Here is our bi-weekly roundup of the latest food industry news. In the weeks of January 15 –31, Walmart announced future plans for grocery delivery and investments. Other major grocery retailers launched programs to reduce food waste and carbon emissions, and the USDA announced funds available for specialty crops.
Do you know the real shelf life of your fresh produce? If you don’t, it will be nearly impossible to control the shopping experience at your store. Learn about the factors causing shelf life variability and how you can proactively manage the freshness and quality of your produce.
Here is our bi-weekly roundup of the latest food industry news. In the weeks of January 1 – 14, the International Fresh Produce Association officially launched, CPS funded 12 new projects, and trends for retailers to watch out for in 2022 were released.
Recurrent illness outbreaks associated with fresh produce highlight the importance of creating a proactive food safety culture. Dr. Bob Whitaker discusses why every produce business needs a measurable food safety culture and provides a model for change to help you transform your own culture.
How do you ensure consistent produce quality is coming out of your distribution centers with every shipment? Working with the right suppliers is certainly important, but culture is another major factor that is frequently overlooked. See how the culture in your DC can drive the quality of your fresh produce.