cold chain logistics

Cold Carrier Certification program announced by transportation association

On June 11, during the Global Cold Chain Expo, the International Refrigerated Transportation Association (IRTA) announced its new Cold Carrier Certif... continue reading »

Quest launches new line of dehumidifiers at cold chain show

Quest Dehumidifiers has launched a new line of desiccant dehumidifiers. Unveiled this week at the Global Cold Chain Expo in Chicago, the Quest Trotec ... continue reading »

Global Cold Chain Expo moving to Dallas for 2020 event

The Global Cold Chain Alliance (GCCA) will host the 2020 Global Cold Chain Expo (GCCE) at the Hilton Anatole, in Dallas, Sept. 28-30, 2020. For the p... continue reading »

Proposed Arizona cold inspection facility would broaden fruit, vegetable availability

An Arizona state investment in a cold inspection facility in Nogales is set to broaden fresh fruit and vegetable availability. Governor Doug Ducey... continue reading »

Accu-Chill SC recognized with Anuga Gold Medal

In the food processing industry, cooling hot liquids such as soups and sauces can present a number of challenges. Products need to be quickly cooled i... continue reading »

Data logger advances make it easier to keep an eye on cold chain

About a decade ago, Driscoll’s introduced technology from HarvestMark to electronically track individual consumer packs of berries. While food sa... continue reading »

Equipment manufacturers go the extra mile to enhance food safety

Eliminating bacteria while reducing the risk of cross contamination can be a challenge when processing fresh-cut produce. For the longest time, proces... continue reading »

Campbell buys Pacific Foods

Campbell Soup Company has completed the acquisition of Pacific Foods of Oregon for $700 million in cash. Pacific Foods produces organic broth and s... continue reading »

Potato processor shares success with sustainability

German company Agrarfrost offers processed potato products, including french fries, specialty potatoes, potato chips and flakes. European processors h... continue reading »

Researchers create antibacterial food wrapping

A Canadian team has developed a way to use viruses to kill food-contaminating bacteria. According to a study published in the journal ACS Biomaterials... continue reading »