Fresh Cuts

December 1999
Progressive Grocer;Dec99, Vol. 78 Issue 12, p106
Trade Publication
Presents updates on products and trends in the produce industry of the United States as of December 1999. Information on the Salad-Time packaged salads from Tanimura & Antle; Findings of the Chilean Fresh Fruit Association's study on the consumers' fruit intake; Details on the video training program of the Mushroom Council.


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