Produce Processing

May/June 2021

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3 P R O D U C E P R O C E S S I N G M AY/J U N E 2 0 2 1 CONTENTS COLUMNS The Process 4 PMMI 24 United Fresh 25 DEPARTMENTS The Pulse 26 Calendar 27 Advertiser Index 27 What's on the Web 27 FEATURES ON THE COVER The frozen produce market, already a rising category, has seen large growth during the pandemic, as consumers and foodservice operators seek longer shelf life for food. See Page 6 for more. Photo: Linde Gas 6 Frozen category sees huge growth Expert says at least portion of pandemic-fueled gains likely permanent 10 Maximizing frozen quality Equipment manufacturers meet growing demand for frozen produce 14 Advancing PEF to potato chip industry PEF technology has helped fry industry improve sustainability, save costs 18 Immunity-boosting health products gain ground 20 Shutting the door on product quality problems Next-generation door systems help control energy costs while keeping produce safe 22 Belgium invests in new pilot-scale frying line New techniques will be tested for methods in potato processing 23 Product Focus Section Products from innovative companies 6 14 20

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