March/April 2020


Equipment advice for small or new produce processors

When adding or replacing produce processing equipment, like sorters or graders, hygienic design and ease of breakdown and cleaning need to be considered.

New tools in assessing fruit quality and maturity

Knowing the best time to harvest, store or process fruit can extend shelf life, ensure quality, reduce waste and increase profits.

Ways food producers are standing out

In today’s market economy, consumers and retailers place higher demands on you, the processor, that impact bottom lines. While it’s not always easy, one way to stay ahead of the competition is to find and use your differentiating factor.

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