September/October 2019

After trial and error, McClure’s Pickles finds right mix for ready-to-drink Bloody Mary

McClure’s Pickles co-founders (and brothers) Bob and Jim McClure wanted to pair their Bloody Mary Mixer with a vodka to create a canned ready-to-drink Bloody Mary, but they didn’t want to change the mix’s original formula to do it.


Changes on horizon for United Fresh in 2020

Building off the successful new events introduced this past June at United Fresh 2019 Convention & Expo, United Fresh Produce Association is doubling down in 2020 as it prepares to begin a new decade of growing consumption of fresh fruits and vegetables.

McClure’s Pickles founder details what makes a great pickling cucumber

Bob McClure, co-owner of McClure’s Pickles in Detroit, sat down with Produce Processing to discuss his company’s processes, products and exactly what makes a great pickling cucumber.

Plant-based meats taking off as consumers seek alternatives to real thing

Jonah Goldman was about 10 years old when he went full-out vegetarian after learning — and being horrified by — how animals were conventionally mass raised and slaughtered to provide consumers with meat at the grocery store.

Truck stock

Up-and-down shipping industry can have big effect on produce transit

Shipping is an essential part of the food supply chain and a significant factor in everyone’s bottom line along the way.

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