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FEATURED PUBLICATIONS (6)

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The FreshFacts® on Retail Q3 2020 Report features insights on organics and value-added produce, as well as category-specific data on peppers, tomatoes and berries. The report also looks at the performance of bulk and packaged produce items.

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Product #20212503

The Fall 2020 Fresh Insights for Foodservice report spotlights the unprecedented impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the foodservice industry, including how both consumers and foodservice operators are adapting. To help foodservice and produce professionals with future menu planning, the report also highlights baby lettuces, mangos, produce-driven side dishes, acorn squash, grapes, tacos and other new applications for fresh produce in restaurants, retail, home delivery and beyond. Finally, we look at how school foodservice professionals are adapting their menus to the pandemic and still providing a variety of fresh produce centric options.

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Product #20212502

The fifth edition of the Compensation & Benefits Report showcases data from produce companies on a range of more than 30 professional industry positions including Sales & Marketing, Production & Operations, Quality Control & Assurance, Administration, Finance & Accounting, and Executives.

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Non-Members - $695.00
Product #uf2019-15

Produce handling operations are encouraged to use this guidance along with other resources 1) to determine their level of vulnerability to Listeria harborage that may lead to produce contamination and 2) if vulnerable, to develop and implement an effective Listeria monitoring and control program.

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Product #uf2019-06

These guidelines provide recommended food safety practices that are intended to minimize the microbiological hazards associated with fresh and fresh-cut tomato products.

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Product #UF2018-15

Developed by the United Fresh Wholesaler-Distributor board, this resource provides checklists for interviewing, safety, warehouse training, loading skills, receiving and driver delivery.

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Product #uf2018-17

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