Frozen food enjoys a great advantage over fresh in the single most important factor in the consumer’s mind: price.
A consumer pulse survey released today by the Dole Sunshine Company revealed significant education gaps when it comes to the impact of food waste on hunger, with a third of Americans admitting they make no effort to reduce food waste at home.
Apeel, a food system innovation company recognized as a CNBC Disruptor 50 and one of Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies, today announced $250M in Series E funding led by returning investor Temasek.
Hazel Technologies Inc., a USDA-funded technology company delivering new technology solutions for fresh produce to extend shelf-life, increase sales, and fight food waste, announces a partnership with Wapato, Washington-based Valicoff Fruit Co., one of Washington State’s largest suppliers of apples, pears, peaches, nectarines, apricots and cherries.
Apeel today shared U.S. sustainability impact numbers for its longer-lasting limes currently sold in over 3,000 grocery stores coast-to-coast, including Kroger and CUB lanner markets.
The concept of “upcycled food” creates cognitive dissonance for me.
AgroFresh Solutions, Inc., a global AgTech innovator, today announced the expanded availability of Control-Tec sustainability technology systems across North America, South America, Europe and Australia/New Zealand following the successful implementation of these technologies in Chile.
Tops Friendly Markets is continuing its commitment to sustainability through the steady expansion of the Flashfood program, which now includes 17 additional stores throughout the Western New York region.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture today announced new resources to inform consumers on how to reduce food waste during the July Fourth holiday and beyond.
AgroFresh Solutions, Inc., a global leader in produce freshness solutions, today announced an exclusive global licensing agreement with Know Hub Chile to test and potentially commercialize patent pending technology for superficial scald control in apples and pears.