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New postharvest solution options introduced

Sustainable postharvest solutions company Pace International is excited to participate in the upcoming IFPA Global Produce and Floral Show. This event will take place next weekend in Anaheim, California and Pace International will be located at booth #4149 within the Chilean Fresh Fruit Pavilion.

The company serves a number of sectors including the pome, citrus, cherry, stone fruit, mango, pineapple, pomegranate, kiwifruit, blueberry and vegetable sectors with solutions that extend the freshness and quality of produce.

With a commitment to sustainability and innovation, it is also dedicated to providing growers, packers and shippers with the tools needed to optimize their operations. A large part of that commitment entails their expansive organic portfolio, providing a range of organic products. One of their recently launched products, BioSpectra 100 SC®, is a natural fungicide that controls a wide range of decay in pome, citrus and stone fruit.

The company is also launching its latest product, FreshVue™ Ethylene Control at the show. This solution is designed to manage the ripening process of produce, thereby extending shelf life and freshness.

In addition to FreshVue, Pace International is also gearing up for the launch of Nature-Guard™, an organic proprietary plant-based coating that extends the shelf life of a wide range of fresh produce. It reinforces the company’s commitment to a Sustainable World of Abundance in which there is enough food for everyone.

"We have always been dedicated to pushing the boundaries of what's possible in the postharvest industry," said Mark Mason, global director of marketing and business development. "Our new products are just two examples of how we're continuing to innovate and provide our customers with the tools they need to succeed."

Pace International's influence extends beyond product development. With state-of-the-art R&D centers, laboratories and the recently established ecoFOG® Technology Center in Wapato, Washington, it is on a mission to drive positive change in postharvest practices.

In addition to its presence in North America, the company has also strategically positioned offices throughout the Americas and maintains partnerships with key industry players worldwide.

Visit Pace International at its booth to explore its suite of postharvest solutions. The company's experts will be on hand to discuss their comprehensive offering of organic and conventional products for use in storage and on packing lines. “We look forward to connecting and engaging in meaningful conversations about the future of the postharvest industry,” said Mason reveals.

For more information:
Angela Sommers
Pace International
[email protected]

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