DALLAS -- The high perishability of fresh produce makes it one of the more difficult products to handle and preserve. With the increased demand for fresh-cut produce, problems of appearance and spoilage have multiplied and forced a need for more options in the field of modified atmosphere packaging, as well as a greater understanding on the part of the packagers as to how to find the right product for their delicate goods. Members of the industry gathered here during the 13th annual ...

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