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Mexican papaya alert continues, as do recalls

The Packer - Daily | martes, 22 de mayo de 2012

The Packer - Daily 

Tuesday, May 22, 2012 View web version

Mexican papaya alert continues, as do recalls
Scrutiny of whole fresh Mexican papayas for salmonella and other pathogens continues, with shipments routinely held and rejected at the border after the Food and Drug Administration issued an import alert August 2011.  
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Strawberry festival attracts 50,000-plus
OXNARD, Calif. — More than 50,000 people turned out for the California Strawberry Festival May 19 and 20. 
Packaging supplier Sev-Rand adds capacity, distribution center
A capital expansion, new distribution locations and a new management team should help bolster a U.S. packaging supplier. 

FPAA names new officers, board members
Alejandro Canelos of Apache Produce Imports LLC is the new chairman for the Fresh Produce Association of the Americas. 
Pear industry expects more typical volumes, timing this season
Coming off a surprising record 2011 pear crop, the Pacific Northwest is poised once again to market another large crop. 
New Jersey’s Marino Bros. changes name to Sun Valley Orchards
SWEDESBORO, N.J. — Family-owned Marino Bros. is changing its name to Sun Valley Orchards LLC.  

Pepin Heights to import New Zealand Honeycrisps
Pepin Heights Orchards will import HoneyCrunch brand Honeycrisp apples from New Zealand.  
Kingston & Associates expands, hires pineapple manager
Kingston & Associates Marketing LLC recently expanded its direct import program and hired Yvonne Marpert as their new product manager for pineapples.  
Andrews Bros. mourns loss of Herbert Abrash
Herbert Abrash, 79, of Andrews Bros. Inc., Detroit, died May 13 after complications related to kidney disease.  


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