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April 2012

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  • 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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January 2012

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December 2011

Features

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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




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