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Fresh Del Monte and “Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous” Products to Hit Supermarket Shelves This Fall

September 2, 2021 Fresh Del Monte Produce Inc.

Fresh Del Monte announced its collaboration with “Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous,” a Netflix series created by Universal Pictures, DreamWorks Animation, and Amblin Entertainment. This new partnership allows the produce giant and studio to join forces in promoting the series which is now streaming on Netflix. The collaboration allows Fresh Del Monte to add an adventurous twist to the packaging of its nutritious produce lineup, which will introduce consumers of all generations to “Jurassic World” and fresh produce in a creative way.

eatfresh-FC Anti-Browning Powder Helps Cut Tomato, Onion and Lettuce Stay Fresh Up to 14 Days Without Aftertaste

September 1, 2021 eatFresh-FC

In a 14-day test, sliced tomato, chopped onions and cut Romaine lettuce were treated with eatFresh-FC and held with no organoleptic change, while yeast, mold, and coliform bacteria remained well under the required threshold.

eatFresh-FC Helps Fresh-Cut Melon and Pineapple Last an Unprecedented 21 Days in Third-Party Lab Test

August 23, 2021 Grow Green Industries, Inc.

Now, restaurants, hotels, grocery stores, food service companies and companies looking to offer fresh cut fruit that lasts up to 500 times longer have an organic solution with eatFresh-FC, a blend of organic certified minerals, fruit acids and vitamins that prevent oxidation while controlling the growth of yeast, mold and coliform bacteria that can result from aging food, keeping fresh cut fruit delicious and safe to eat.

Country Fresh Takes Additional Steps to Reorganize in Advance of Proposed Sale

February 20, 2021 Country Fresh

“It is our goal to position our customers, suppliers, employees and other stakeholders for success,” said Bill Andersen, Country Fresh President and CEO.

Saladexpress is Investing 5 Million Dollars in its Saint-Rémi Factory

November 18, 2020 Saladexpress

A leader in Québec’s pre-cut salad and vegetable processing industry, Saladexpress, is pleased to announce a major five million dollar investment in its Saint-Rémi factory, located on the South Shore of Montréal.