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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’



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December 2011

Features

Departments

November 2011

October 2011

Titan Farms Stone Fruit

H-2C Program Proposed

Variety Development for Pathogen Resistance

Undocumented Woes

Guest column: Detecting Bacteria in the Field

September 2011

Snack Takes: Freshway Foods rools out fresh-cut snack line.

Research Reduces Labor: Automated lettuce thinner might save growers money on labor.

Healthier Happy Meals: McDonald’s to offer more fruit, fewer fries with kids’ meals.

Fresh Sales Opportunities: Grant programs increase fresh produce demands from schools.

Fresh Summit Atlanta: Annual PMA conference and expo returns to the East Coast for 2011

March 2011

Freshness & Safety: F&S Produce focuses on food safety and qualty with SQF Level 3 certification.

Let’s Move! Salad Bars: Donated salad bars chip away at goal of 6,000 in three years.

New Markets for European Fresh-Cuts: Italian processor moves beyond sliced and diced.

Promoting Produce: Can produce ads get the desired results?

USDA Updates Dietary Guidelines: Recommendations include greater fruit, vegetable consumption.

From Farm to Fork: Distributors find some returns from traceability investment.

United Fresh 2011: The Big Easy hosts one of produce industry’s largets shows.

February 2011

Fresh Ideas: Winter Storms

Sustainable Energy: Gills Onions adds to its sustainable power initiative.

Growing the Organic Niche: Studies: Organic market not hurt by recession.

Improving Carrots: Ultraviolet light boosts carrots’ antioxidant value.

Florida Freeze: Low temps hit Florida growers with major losses.

Florida Water Rules: West Florida fruit growers face cold weather challenges.

Behavior Change Through Video Games: Study finds fruit and vegetable consumption can be increased using video games.

Green Packaging: Mature market estimated to grow over next three years.

January 2011

Editor’s Letter: New Year, New Opportunities

Radishes & Red Celery: Duda Fresh launches products that were years in the making.

Fresh-Cuts Rebounding: Latest figures show convenience items regaining sales.

Leafy Green Safety: Arizona project seeks to improve safety of organic leafy greens.

Champion for Ag: Debbie Stabenow to lead Senate Agricultural Committee.

Seed Variety Showcase

Guest Commentary: Insuring for S.510




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