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Ruby Fresh to unveil new Jewels pomegranate arils cup line
Fresh off the production line, Ruby Fresh announced an entire new line of Ruby Fresh Jewels Pomegranate Aril cups, available in four- and 5.3-ounce grab-and-go snack cups in a handy two- and four-pack. The line will make its debut at the PMA Foodservice Conference & Expo in Monterey, CA These new single-serving Ruby Fresh Jewels aril cups make it easy to take the sweet and tangy arils anywhere. The re-sealable lid allows... Read more

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Ahead of apple harvest, N.Y. apple group launches consumer website
With start of the 2014 New York state apple harvest just weeks away, New York state apple fans have a great new source for apple information at their fingertips: NYAppleCountry.com. The newly updated website from the New York Apple Association offers more of the information that consumers want, such as a variety guide, recipes and interactive maps to help find... Read more

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Giorgio to showcase foodservice pack of stuffed Baby Bellas at PMA Fresh Summit
“We will be featuring our entire line of fresh mushrooms at the PMA Foodservice Conference & Expo in Monterey, CA, on July 25-27,” said Bill Litvin, senior vice president of sales for Giorgio Fresh, headquartered in Blandon, PA. “Greg Sagan Sr., vice president of sales, will be joining me at Booth No. 18 to meet and greet customers and prospective customers.” Litvin... Read more

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DeVaney to head new tree fruit association
Jon DeVaney, who has served as the executive director of the Yakima Growers-Shippers Association since 2009, has been named as president of the newly formed Washington State Tree Fruit Association, effective Sept. 1. The new association represents a merger of four industry organizations in Washington... Read more

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Eastern Washington cherry and apple crop updates
"Cherry harvest is progressing and the fruit is beautiful with excellent quality," said Dave Gleason, chief horticulturalist for Domex. "We've spent the past 52 weeks preparing for where we are right now, picking. We make every effort to make sure we pick the fruit when its ready and in good condition... Read more