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 Oppenheimer Adds Marketer In The Midwest
by The Oppenheimer Group
Posted: Wednesday, April 6, 2011 at 11:28AM EDT

The Oppenheimer Group is pleased to announce Chayla Balko has joined the company’s Chicago, Ill. office as a business development representative serving retail, wholesale and foodservice clients in the U.S. Midwest.


 Village Farms Initiates Global Food Safety Program
by Village Farms
Posted: Tuesday, April 5, 2011 at 12:24PM EDT

Village Farms has initiated the global food safety program for its Canadian and American operations. The scope of the GFSI is focused on food safety for fresh food agricultural products. The GFSI facilitates an integrated supply chain approach worldwide through established criteria in managing production, handling, processing and storing operations. The GFSI criteria meet stringent consumer safety standards.


 Family Tree Farms Pushes Apricot Appreciation Month
by Family Tree Farms
Posted: Tuesday, April 5, 2011 at 12:24PM EDT

Family Tree Farms, one of the largest apricot growers in California, is the driving force behind naming May as Apricot Appreciation Month. It’s a promotion designed to highlight the flavor, versatility and abundance of apricots in May. Family Tree Farms actually begins their apricot harvest in late April but May is definitely the peak production time period.


 Hands-On HACCP For Fresh-Cut Industry Workshop At UGA May 17-19
by United Fresh Produce Association
Posted: Tuesday, April 5, 2011 at 12:24PM EDT

This May, United Fresh is partnering with University of Georgia on the Fresh-Cut HACCP Short Course workshop designed to establish an in-plant HACCP program for the fresh-cut produce industry.


 N.C. Strawberries Undaunted By Recent Cold Weather
by North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services
Posted: Tuesday, April 5, 2011 at 12:24PM EDT

The recent cold spell may have slowed the arrival of strawberries, but it has done nothing to diminish the quality and quantity growers expect this year, said Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler.



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