Produce Processing

May/June 2022

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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 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 Inside Edible Garden's quest for locally produced leafy greens on Page 14. Photos: Edible Garden. 6 Frozen category continues to flourish post-pandemic Consumers incorporating more frozen sides, produce into meal planning, not just eating frozen entrees 10 New solutions to address supply chain issues Backups to persist, study shows, so shippers need to seek ways to optimize processes 13 Getting rid of that gritty feeling Researchers work to creative less gritty spinach varieties 14 Edible Garden's path is clear Leafy greens producer is focused on fresh and environmentally responsible 17 Chatting with new TOMRA CEO Tove Andersen Andersen become head of global food processing equipment supplier in 2021 20 Product Focus Section Products from innovative companies SUBSCRIBE TODAY! 14 6 17

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