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Del Monte Foods completes fresh fruit and vegetables facility in Qatar

Del Monte Foods WLL, a subsidiary of Fresh Del Monte Produce Inc., has completed a new facility in Doha, Qatar, to meet heightened demand due to upcom... continue reading »


CJ Logistics rebrands to reflect end-to-end supply chain solutions

The company's asset-based fleet of trucks and trucking division, GN Transportation, will operate under CJ Logistics Transportation to reflect supply c... continue reading »


Clarifruit raises $12 million to reduce food waste

Clarifruit, an Israeli company developing an automated quality control software platform for the fruit and vegetable supply chain, has raised $12 mill... continue reading »


FDA finalizes new food traceability record-keeping rules

Additional FDA record-keeping rules regarding food traceability have been finalized, affecting a range of specified foods. The Requirements for Add... continue reading »


Rite-Hite debuts new industrial fan

Rite-Hite has expanded its line of industrial fans with the introduction of CoolMan Zone Fans. [caption id="attachment_14736" align="alignleft" wid... continue reading »


SAVRpak partners with Mexican company to distribute moisture control technology

Food tech innovation company SAVRpak’s moisture control technology, which can extend the shelf life of produce up to three times, will be marketed t... continue reading »


MULTIVAC introduces more efficient pouch loader

MULTIVAC has introduced a new pouch loader that the company says increases efficiency and cuts labor costs in packaging processes on belted chambers. ... continue reading »


Consumers buying more frozen produce than three years ago

The American Frozen Food Institute commissioned 210 Analytics to survey a diverse range of households modeled to the U.S. Census to better understand ... continue reading »


Calavo Growers hires Prepared Division VP of Sales

Calavo Growers, a global leader in the avocado and value-added fresh food industries, has hired Andy Foster to support the company’s recently aligne... continue reading »


Project looks at E. coli risk during romaine postharvest cooling

Several researchers have examined the fate of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli O157:H7 bacteria on romaine lettuce in the field and during postharvest wa... continue reading »