Triangle's VFFS Baggers Offer Higher OEE, Improved Seal Integrity, Film Savings

Looking for airtight package seals, increased product throughput, and improved product quality? Triangle’s Model XYS08 and XYM11U vertical form fill seal baggers now offer an optional Ultrasonic back seal in addition to Ultrasonic cross seal. Ultrasonic welding technology is ideal for leafy produce, cheese, confectionery, and other industries that require 100% seal integrity for an airtight product. In addition, customers enjoy savings on film and labor, higher output, and improved product quality.

Consumer Demand For Parsnips On The Rise

April 1, 2015 Tozer Seeds America

Tozer Seeds America (Tozer), pioneer of the first F1 parsnip hybrid developed over three decades ago, gears up for the North American parsnip growing season as renewed consumer demand increases in 2015 for this sweet and succulent root vegetable.

Limoneira Introduces 'Lemon Misfits'

April 1, 2015 Limoneira

Limoneira Company, a leading agribusiness with prime agricultural land and operations, real estate and water rights in California, announced the introduction of Lemon Misfits™.  “These lemons are packed with juice and perfect to increase our grocery retail partner’s sales with a customer friendly price point” said John Carter, Director of Global Sales.

CA Elementary School Receives Salad Bar Thanks To Tour De Fresh Rider & Sakata Seed America

April 1, 2015 Sakata Seed America

On March 5, 2015, the Rosemead School District Board of Trustees recognized Tour de Fresh cyclist, Ron Cramer, sponsored by Sakata Seed America, for raising $4,233 to support the Let’s Bring Salad Bars 2 Schools initiative, a program that brings salad bars to schools throughout America.

Seald Sweet Expands Grape Production

April 1, 2015 Seald Sweet

In line with their growth strategies in the North American market, Seald Sweet International announced today the expansion of their deciduous commodity division today, through long-term commitments and substantial financial investments, increasing production of their Mexican grape program. These agreements bring significant growth, primarily in the Hermosillo and Caborca areas, to their current supply of fresh table grapes, further strengthening their position in the industry and in deciduous category.