A trip of Japanese companies have collaborated to take an artificially-lit vegetable factory business overseas.
Optical sorting technology manufacturer Bühler has announced the launch of two “significant” new systems that will help frozen fruit and vegetable processors to achieve optimal standards in food safety and hygiene.
Could “Comic Contracts” help protect vulnerable workers? South African group Indigo Fruit Growers thinks they can. The company, which produces, packs and supplies ClemenGold mandarins to local and international markets, developed the concept in a bid to make contracts easier to understand for farmworkers.
Being held September 12–15 at the Expocentre in Moscow, the 25th edition of WorldFood Moscow is slated to draw more than 1,500 exhibiting companies and more than 30,000 visitors from the food industry – many with top decision-making authority – and over 60 countries represented.
Are you introducing a new variety of cabbage, new packaged vegetables or new innovative packaging to the market? Or maybe you are offering new technological solutions for the Fruit and Vegetable Industry? Submit your product to the Fresh Market Award and make it the Product of the Year 2016!