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Restaurants reduce waste by using "ugly" produce

PMA SmartBrief | Mar 20, 2015

Bon Appetit Management in Palo Alto, Calif., is saving scarred, misshapen or just plain ugly produce from being thrown out by connecting with farmers to use the fruits and vegetables at its cafeterias serving businesses, universities and museums. To date, the management company's Imperfectly Delicious Produce program has saved more than 35,000 pounds of produce from going to waste. San Francisco Chronicle (free content) (03/19)


Produce growers get ready for stricter safety laws

PMA SmartBrief | Mar 24, 2015

U.S. feels the pinch of Mexico's farm worker walkout

PMA SmartBrief | Mar 24, 2015

Consumer Reports issues produce pesticide guide

PMA SmartBrief | Mar 20, 2015

Berry brands brainstorm on boosting demand, category management

PMA SmartBrief | Mar 25, 2015

USDA veggie yearbook pairs produce data, humor

PMA SmartBrief | Mar 24, 2015

Calif. pledges $1B toward drought-relief efforts

PMA SmartBrief | Mar 23, 2015

Biotech apples, potatoes receive FDA approval

PMA SmartBrief | Mar 23, 2015

CDC: Listeria is connected to Wawona fruit facility in Calif.

PMA SmartBrief | Mar 26, 2015

Whole Foods expands health-focused trolley program

PMA SmartBrief | Mar 23, 2015


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