packaging

House approves bill on GMO labeling

Legislation on the labeling of genetically modified organisms (GMO) has passed through the U.S. House of Representatives and now heads to the Presiden... continue reading »

Research claims fruit packed in corrugated is safer than in RPCs

New scientific research indicates that corrugated packaging keeps fruit fresher and safer than reusable plastic crates (RPCs) and can significantly re... continue reading »

Freshseal film packaging now available in North America

Freshseal, a pack format for tomato, berry and fresh produce packing is now available in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. The packaging technology offers ... continue reading »

Produce Innovation Award winners recognized at United Fresh 2016

Five Produce Innovation Award Winners were recognized at United Fresh 2016. This year’s honorees were selected by show attendees from a total of 49 ... continue reading »

Matrix to showcase Morpheus seal machine at United Fresh

Matrix Packaging Machinery, powered by Pro Mach, will feature a selection of flexible packaging solutions at United Fresh 2016 (Matrix Booth # 2408), ... continue reading »

Palmetto Processing Solutions, Wawona Frozen Foods Enter Partnership

Palmetto Processing Solutions, a division of Titan Farms, has formed a partnership with Wawona Frozen Foods. The partnership between the two compani... continue reading »

Taylor Farms Chef Crafted Salad Blends

Chef Crafted line refreshes salad blend category

Taylor Farms is introducing its new Chef Crafted Salad Blends. The Chef Crafted line consists of six distinctive blends, featuring flavorful combinati... continue reading »

Packaging advances extend veggie freshness

Eva Almenar, with MSU’s School of Packaging, focused on onions, one of the highest-volume vegetables sold worldwide. Her team’s results, featured ... continue reading »

Imaging technology detects decay in bagged cut lettuce

We all hate buying bagged salad only to find brown edges on the lettuce. Fresh-cut lettuce sold in modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) is a desirable ... continue reading »

Produce Processing 7: Q+A with Dan Vaché

Dan Vache was born and raised in West Richland, Washington, and graduated from Eastern Washington University with a degree in education. As vice pres... continue reading »