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Grocery stores feature ripeness-indicators to encourage shrewd shoppers

Implications - As health-conscious consumers veer away from the frozen food isles towards fresh produce, we’re seeing a surge in the desire to be educated on best uses for getting the most out of fresh fruits and vegetables. From solutions that educate shoppers on ripeness to innovations for keeping fruit fresher for longer, grocers are making fresh produce more accessible for everyday consumers, acknowledging spending trends towards investing in personal health as well as high quality products.
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Fruit-Monitoring Sensors - EMPA Created An Embedded Temperature Sensor to Keep Fruit Fresh
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This embedded temperature sensor is designed to keep your food fresh for longer. Developed by the Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Sciences and Technology (or EMPA), the sensors are being... [More]
Ripeness-Revealing Stickers - The Freshmax Fruit Stickers Help Shoppers Pick Ripe Avocados
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Organic Produce-Preserving Powders - Apeel's 'Edipeel' Spray is Made from Vegetable Materials
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Non-Oxidizing Apples - Okanagan Specialty Fruits' Golden Delicious Apples are "Nonbrowning"
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Okanagan Specialty Fruits' Golden Delicious Apples are "Nonbrowning"
Within a few moments of biting, cutting or bruising an apple, the fruit naturally begins to brown as oxygen is supplied to protect injured plant tissue—but the ‘Arctic Golden Apple,’... [More]
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