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NatureSeal product keeps cut strawberries fresh

NatureSeal, the company originally known for preserving fresh-cut apples, has a new blend for fresh strawberries.

Pero Family Farms recalls vegetable noodle kit due to allergens

Pero Family Farms Food Co. LLC., Delray Beach, Fla., has recalled a zucchini noodle product because it did not list egg and milk, which are classified as allergens, on the label.

Fresh-cut fruit sections: Go big or go home

Cut fruit programs have tremendous potential — but what I see all too often isn’t quite what retailers had in mind for this concept.

Caito Foods to close fresh-cut business

UPDATED: Caito Foods LLC, Indianapolis, plans to close its fresh-cut facility and discontinue those products.

SmartWash Solutions offers continued training

Companies that use the SmartWash Solutions system to mitigate bacterial cross-contamination in wash water, are getting more than a water additive.

San Miguel evolution shifts greens supply to other growers

Increased regulations and other issues have prompted San Miguel Produce to reduce Ventura County, Calif., acreage and partner with other growers across North America to ensure a year-round supply.

Salmonella outbreak from Tailor Cut Produce fruit over

An outbreak of Salmonella Javiana traced to a fresh-cut fruit salad from Tailor Cut Produce is over, according to agencies investigating the outbreak

Site informs foodservice industry about sliced Arctic apples

Okanagan Specialty Fruits has launched a foodservice web portal to give chefs information on bioengineered non-browning Arctic apples.

The Coastal Cos. acquires Lancaster Foods

The Coastal Cos., Laurel, Md., has acquired Lancaster Foods, a Jessup, Md.-based retail produce distributor and fresh-cut processor.

‘Love started it all:’ WP Rawl celebrates 95th anniversary

Leafy greens grower, processor and shipper WP Rawl, Pelion, S.C., recently celebrated its 95th year in business.