Titan Farms Stone Fruit
H-2C Program Proposed
Variety Development for Pathogen Resistance
Guest column: Detecting Bacteria in the Field
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
Foodservice Show Celebrates 30 Years: PMA returns to Monterey for confernce and expo.
School Nutrition 101: Florida’s leaders examine school nutrition programs.
Tomato Turmoil: Freezes in Florida redcue supply, drive prices up.
Improving Tomatoes: Using genetics to build a better tomato.
New Markets for European Fresh-Cuts: Italian processor moves beyond sliced and diced.
Promoting Produce: Can produce ads get the desired results?
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.
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.
Editor’s Letter: New Year, New Opportunities
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
Storage Practice Effects on E. Coli: Time and temperature impact on growth, survival on leafy greens
Fruit Logistica 2011: World’s leading produce show rolls into Germany in February
Expo & Showcase of Processed Foods: Trade show highlights the best of manufactured foods from California
Bipartisan Politics: Child nutrition, food safety bills fail to pass by election break, but they’re not dead.
Misrepresented in the Media: Growers, processors respond to Dr. Oz program calling fresh produce ‘dangerous.’
A Slice of the Market: CrunchPak expands facilities, rolls out new products and promotions for its 10-year anniversary.
Status Check for Food Safety: PMA’s Whitaker advocates for teamwork between sales and food safety.
The October 2010 issue of Fresh Cut is online.
- Championing Carrots: Growers launch 'Eat 'Em Like Junk Food' campaign
- Captivating Carica: South American fruit reaches customers in North America
- Modernizing cGMPs: FDA should have updated practices in 2011
- A Matter of Taste: Project looks at improving produce flavor, increasing consumption
- Foodservice 2020: Goal of doubling produce use already showing progress
- New Nutrition Labeling: FDA tells chain restaurants how to comply with new rules
- Tomato Aging: Gene leads to longer shelf life for tomatoes
- United Fresh Public Policy Conference Gallery