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September/October 2018

Features

The Hit List: The top three challenges facing plant managers

Future Proof? Data-driven automation improves yield, quality, cuts labor costs

Fresh Radiation: Food irradiation pitched to fresh produce market

Form & Flavor: Three new approaches to broaden produce-based snack choices

Standing Out: The stories behind award-winning packaging

P2Seven: Nick Desai, Snack It Forward

Columns

The Process: Do what you can

Cutting Edge: A fresh look at lone workers in produce processing

United Fresh: Industry leaders talk ‘TEC Talks’



Past issues

January 2013

Industry Growing Strong Heading into 2013

Fresh-cut On Demand

Surviving Sandy

Seed Meets Need

Departments

Fresh Ideas

Focus on food safety

United column

December 2012

Growing Consistency at Club Chef

The Aim of R and D

An Alliance for Quality

Generational Marketing Shift

Keeping It Clean

Peeler Company Makes the Change

Departments

Fresh Ideas

Focus on Food Safety

United Fresh column

November 2012

Features

Departments

  • Fresh Ideas: It’s About Food Safety
  • United Fresh Column
  • Focus On Food Safety

April 2012

Features

Departments

  • Fresh ideas: Getting to Know You
  • Focus on Food Safety
  • Product News
  • Column: United Fresh

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March 2012

Features

Departments

  • Fresh ideas: Green, but not for long
  • Focus on Food Safety
  • Product News
  • Column: United Fresh

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February 2012

Features

Departments

  • Fresh Ideas: It’s a ‘fan,’ ‘like,’ ‘follow’ world
  • Focus on Food Safety
  • Product News
  • Guest Columnist: LoraLee Lyman

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