Posts by Matthew Enis

in Viewpoints Oct 03, 2011

Restaurants Make New Strides in Kids' Nutrition

Lately, the U.S. restaurant industry has been making a lot of changes to their menus in an effort to help fight childhood obesity....More
in Viewpoints Aug 08, 2011

Food Industry Groups Crucial to FSMA Rollout

Last week's recall of 36 million pounds of ground turkey served as a reminder that foodborne illness outbreaks are still a major problem for U.S. food....More
in Viewpoints Jun 13, 2011

Europe's E. Coli Outbreak Should Reignite PTI Support

The German government is currently enduring a lot of criticism for its handling of a foodborne illness outbreak. More than 2,300 cases of E. coli....More
in Total Access May 05, 2011

Organic Produce, an Issue of Age?

During his Tuesday presentation, Steve Lutz, executive vice president of the Perishables Group, said that in 2005, organic fruits and vegetables had....More
in Total Access May 05, 2011

Fresh Produce, a Challenge of Scale

We cover the restaurant industry on a limited basis at SN. Trends started at restaurants generally make their way to supermarkets. Increasingly the....More
in Total Access May 05, 2011

Show floor roundup

Del Monte Fresh Produce talked to me today about renewing their successful Teacher Monday: Cash for Classrooms program this year. Del Monte Fresh has....More
in Total Access May 04, 2011

Connecting Growers and Shoppers

This afternoon, I moderated a panel titled "Empowering Retail Staff as Ambassadors for the Grower-Shipper Story" at the Grower-Shipper Learning....More
in Total Access May 04, 2011

In Produce Departments, Prices and SKUs Are Both on the Rise

Produce prices are on the rise, and consumers are responding by purchasing less in many popular categories. This was one of the themes of the session....More
in Total Access May 03, 2011

Believing in Their City

Here in New Orleans, the United Fresh Produce Association has just kicked off its annual trade show and convention. After arriving yesterday....More
in Viewpoints Apr 18, 2011

Supermarkets Leading in Seafood Sustainability

Last week, Greenpeace released its fifth “Carting Away the Oceans” report, and Safeway, North America’s second-largest supermarket chain, was ranked....More
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