SAN ANTONIO -- Refrigeration companies are starting to answer the call of produce departments for new equipment or fittings to properly merchandise the temperature-sensitive fresh-cut produce segment. According to Norma Gilliam, director of public relations at Hubert Co., Harrison, Ohio, a supplier of merchandising tools, at least one manufacturer has been developing a case that will monitor product temperature, rather than case temperature. Gilliam is a member of a refrigeration task force ...
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