Fresh-Cut Definition Upheld International Fresh-Cut Produce Association here, after debating the merits of expanding the definition of "fresh-cut" to include further-processed items, has voted retain the current meaning, which is based on the Food and Drug Administration's definition of "fresh." The IFPA had considered changing its definition due to the number of new fresh-cut produce products entering the market. Many have been partially cooked or have undergone a freezing process. On ...

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