Also on display will be Dandy Simple Salad
in Seconds, which contains petite heads of
red and green frisee lettuce, or red and green
“This variety pack of flavors and textures
gives the home cook an easy salad solution,”
says Nichole Towell, director of marketing.
“Ideal for wraps and salads, Simple Salad in
Seconds has a higher yield than whole-head
lettuce and a longer shelf life than bagged let-tuce, which means better value for the home
Mann Packing Co.
Mann Packing will exhibit its extensive
line of retail and foodservice fresh cut veg-
etables including Kalettes, Fiesta Vegetable
tray, Power Blend
and Mann’s Snacking
sautéed, roasted, grilled or eaten raw.
The company’s new Fiesta Vegetable Tray
is an alternative to the traditional vegetable
tray, as it includes sweet mini peppers, carrots, broccoli, celery, and a dual dip option of
Jalapeno Ranch Dip and Garden Ranch Dip.
Mann’s new line of Snacking Favorites vegetable trays includes seven trays large enough
for a mini-meal or any snacking occasion.
The tray line includes Veggie Ranch, Veggies
4 Kidz, Organic Veggies, Veggie Hummus,
Cheddar Pretzel, Cheddar Trail and Honey
Apio will show products from both of its
brands of fresh-cut vegetables: Eat Smart and
GreenLine. This will include its full line of six
gourmet salad kits, like Eat Smart Sweet Kale
and the new Eat Smart Southwest salad kit.
“These chef-inspired salad kits offer
sophisticated blends of five or more superfoods and include everything needed for a
delicious salad,” says Jenny Stornetta, marketing communications manager for the
company, based in Guadalupe, Calif. “Eat
Smart vegetable salad kits are perfect for
those looking for innovative, convenient and
healthy eating options that are easy to integrate into busy lives.”
Shuman Produce, a year-round grower and
shipper of sweet onions, will show attendees
its new RealSweet Vidalia display. The display unit is designed for cross merchandising
sweet onions with other produce, meat and
center store items.
“Along with use as
a secondary display,
these smaller sized
units are perfect for
creating a colorful
point that conserve
more floor space
than full-sized bins,”
says John Shuman,
president and director of sales for the
Reidsville, Ga.-based company.
The units feature two different artwork
panels, with one side showing a collection of
recipes and the other images of sweet onions.
“To Shuman Produce, it’s always been
about more than onions. It’s about growing
a family, a business, a culture of giving back
and a product that we’re proud to share,”
Del Monte Fresh Produce
Del Monte will showcase its whole and fresh
cut produce lines, as well as some value added
“We are proud to highlight our Del
Monte Gold Extra Sweet pineapple as well
as our extensive line of Del Monte bananas
which includes a number of exotic varieties,” says Dionysios Christou, vice president
Among the fresh cut selections, the Coral
Gables, Fla.-based company will feature
a variety of fruit and vegetable combinations and snacks. Also on exhibit will be Del
Monte Fresh Guac, which is available in multiple varieties and sizes, and the multi-option
whole avocado program.
Idaho Potato Commission
The marketing arm for the Idaho potato
industry, the Idaho Potato Commission
(IPC), will be present on behalf of its crop.
Since 1937, the IPC has represented growers,
fresh shippers and processors of fresh, frozen, dehydrated and refrigerated 100 percent