Pero’s Salad Cut Ups

Pero’s Salad Cut Ups
Pero Family Farms finds fresh-cuts favorable
By Scott Christie
Managing Editor

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State of the Industry

At the start of 2009 in Fresh Cut’s annual state of the industry report, there was little evidence that the small cracks in the economy would gro... continue reading »

A Healthy Lifestyle

Lifestyle Foods Inc., a fresh-cut processor based in York, Pa., has only been operating for four years, but already it’s expanding its lineup aro... continue reading »

Going Green

The past few years have witnessed a tremendous growth in the environmental movement. While the roots of the modern green movement date back to the lat... continue reading »

Fresh Del Monte Produce’s fresh-cut vending machines have ‘rock star’ appeal

Fresh Del Monte Produce is heavily invested in value-added produce items at retail, but the company was looking for ways to reach consumers in places ... continue reading »

New packaging, promotions “re-invent” the bagged salad line

Bagged salads jump-started the fresh-cut produce industry and today account for nearly $5 billion in sales. A few big companies, one of which is Monte... continue reading »

Window Shopping

I realized recently just how dependent I am on convenience foods. There’s very little in my house that’s not ready to eat or doesn’t re... continue reading »

New line offers fast food without the fat

Apio Inc. built its business growing and shipping broccoli, so it’s ironic that the name actually means “celery” in Spanish. However, i... continue reading »

Focus on customers is key to success

Taylor Farms is one of the largest suppliers of fresh-cut vegetables for the foodservice industry, and now the Salinas, Calif.-based company is making... continue reading »

Todd Koons, founder of Epic Roots, started his career in the produce industry in 1978, at the age of

Todd Koons, founder of Epic Roots, started his career in the produce industry in 1978, at the age of 19, as a pantry manager for an upscale French res... continue reading »