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Undeclared allergens lead to limited Ready Pac salad recall

A labeling error at a processing facility has led to the recall of 1,154 cases of Ready Pac brand Bistro Bowl Spinach Dijon Salads because of undeclared allergens.

Morning Kiss Organics supports Potato Lover’s Month

Morning Kiss Organic, Chelsea, Mass., is celebrating Potato Lover’s Month — February — by promoting the vegetable’s nutritional attributes

Education session brings exhibitor, buyer perspectives

AUSTIN, Texas — The Exhibitor Storm Surge program at BrandStorm served up a comprehensive overview of trade show tips and strategy, including through two panels with industry members.

BrandStorm session goes deep on trade show best practices, ROI

Companies need to establish specific, measurable objectives for their trade show appearances to get the most bang for their buck on the show floor, consultant Jefferson Davis said Feb. 10 at BrandStorm.

Emile Breaux takes on real estate duties at AWG

Associated Wholesale Grocers, Kansas City, Kan., has realigned its real estate department.
Feb 10, 2020 by Chris Koger #Produce Retail, #People

Stemilt unveils Have a Plant pop-out display for apples

Wenatchee, Wash.-based Stemilt and the Produce for Better Health Foundation are partnering to launch in March a pop-out merchandising display featuring a “Have a Plant” consumer call-to-action.

Michigan apples highlight health message in February

The Michigan Apple Committee, Lansing, is touting the state’s apples as a way to celebrate American Heart Month, which is February.

Oppy debuts sustainable sugarcane fiber KeeWee brand packs

The Oppenheimer Group is introducing a sustainable packaging for its KeeWee brand kiwifruit.

Always handle that produce with care

“The last 150 feet from storeroom to display is the toughest leg.”

Moroccan season starts for LGS Specialty’s Darling Clementines

LGS Specialty Sales, New Rochelle, N.Y., has started its Moroccan w. murcott season, importing the clementines through April.