Fresh Cuts

January 2000
Progressive Grocer;Jan2000, Vol. 79 Issue 1, p76
Trade Publication
Presents updates on the farm produce market in the United States as of January 2000. Additions to Grimmway Farms' Bunny Luv organic carrot line; Chinese New Year promotion of Nasoya Foods Inc.; Introduction of Earthbound Farm carrot snack packs from Natural Selection Foods.


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