Produce Processing

March/April 2022

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3 P R O D U C E P R O C E S S I N G M A R C H /A P R I L 2 0 2 2 CONTENTS COLUMNS The Process 4 Center for Produce Safety 23 PMMI 24 International Fresh Produce Association 25 DEPARTMENTS The Pulse 26 Calendar 27 Advertiser Index 27 What's on the Web 27 FEATURES ON THE COVER Representatives from Taylor Farms explain how supply chain problems have affected their operation and how they're pushing through. Photo: Zeke Jennings 6 Weathering the supply chain storm How Taylor Farms is pushing through two years of supply, demand disruption 10 Supply chain woes, high freight costs expected to continue Labor shortages are at root of shipping, trucking mandates further issues 15 Pure Green Farms takes indoor-outdoor approach to leafy greens Operation uses Midwest greenhouses to add to Western production 18 Food safety gets smarter Inspecting in the new era of food safety 20 Shrink wrap bags help keep food fresh, protected Tight-fitting bags can assist in avoiding things like dust, pests and freezer burn SUBSCRIBE TODAY! 15 18 6

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