Carrier Transicold’s New Supra S10 Truck Unit Maximizes Refrigeration Capacity with Greater Efficiency

October 29, 2021 Carrier Transicold

The Supra® S10 diesel-powered truck refrigeration unit is the new performance leader from Carrier Transicold, with greater refrigeration and freezing capacity for larger trucks while also offering improved efficiency and fuel economy. 

The Billings Family are Third Generation Almond Growers With One of the Fastest Growing Vegan Yogurt Brands

October 29, 2021 AYO Almondmilk Yogurt

Delano, California-: Matt Billing’s father and grandfather instilled in him an appreciation for the land that the family has farmed for a hundred years. With every generation, the goal is to leave the orchards and the family business better than what they received from the previous generation. Billings has done just that by transforming the organic almonds he harvests into a yogurt taking the market by storm. What sets AYO Almondmilk Yogurt apart is the power of the 20 organic almonds in every cup that have been lovingly grown on their family farms.

PFMA Concludes Successful Fall Legislative Conference Featuring Keynote Speaker Treasurer Garrity and Latest Developments In Food Retail

The “sweetest place on earth” provided a perfect backdrop for networking and educational activities during the Pennsylvania Food Merchants Association (PFMA) Fall Legislative Conference this week. The two-day conference brought together PFMA members from around the

Giant Food Launches Annual “Lend a Hand for Hunger” Holiday Program to Support Local Feeding America Food Banks

October 29, 2021 Giant Food

Landover, Md. – Giant Food, the leading greater Washington, D.C. regional grocery chain, today announces its annual “Lend a Hand for Hunger” campaign to benefit five area Feeding America food banks – Capital Area Food Bank,

US Aquaculture Production to Grow 18% in 2021 as Consumers Return to Restaurants

October 29, 2021 Freedonia Focus Reports

US aquaculture production is forecast to expand 5.7% annually in nominal terms through 2025, according to Aquaculture: United States, a report recently released by Freedonia Focus Reports. The largest driver of growth will be a rebound in seafood demand from restaurants after the COVID-19 pandemic suppressed eating away from home activity