COLD FACTS: July-August 2016

In this issue of COLD FACTS, find out how the floral, baking, and pharmaceutical industries depend on the cold chain and how transportation is key to Central American produce exports, tips for employee safety, and much more! *Note: you must be logged in as a member and have Acrobat Reader to view the full issue of the magazine.

On the Cover

Three Industries that Depend on Cold

A little more than a year ago, industry leaders announced the launch of a three-year IARW-WFLO Strategic Plan constructed around four “...

In the Issue

Central America Leads in Produce Exports

When it comes to produce, Central America is geographically blessed given its close proximity to the world’s largest consumer market – the...

Certification Generates More Business for Sodus Cold Storage

With only two warehouses, 18 employees and one truck, Sodus Cold Storage does not seem to be the typical candidate for a timeconsuming,...

FDA Finalizes Sanitary Transportation of Food Rule

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published its Final Rule on the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food on April 6,...

Top 10 Employee Safety Tips

Despite education and safety checklists, an unfortunate number of accidents still occur in the cold chain environment each year, and that...

COOL PEOPLE: Robb MacKie

Robb MacKie is the President and CEO of the American Bakers Association (ABA), the Washington D.C.-based voice of the whole- sale baking...