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Corrigan Corporation of America
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Que in the news: http://adage.com/article/cmo-strategy/music-taste-buds/313113/

"That selling tactic got its start in the late 1970s, when Jack Corrigan, founder of the Corrigan Corp. of America, produced misting equipment to preserve vegetables at his own produce market. Because shoppers didn't know when the mist would turn on, some would get wet..."
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It was a pleasure to be a part of such a beautiful living wall project.
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Misting produce today at the Grocers Supply Expo in Houston. Come see us!
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A great day for setting up for the AWG Gulf Coast Show in Biloxi. Come see the misting people share their perishable preservation solutions tomorrow.

VaporPlus service case humidity and UltraMist produce misting systems will be on display!

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Protect your perishables from costly shrink! https://youtu.be/fViUbIjsf5A
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A misting system should provide perfect moisture coverage throughout the display, says Mike Corrigan, Corrigan’s chief executive. If not, adjustments should be made.

The best time to make adjustments is first thing in the morning or if it is a 24-hour store when business is slow so the produce clerk can visually check for dry areas or wilting product. “It is best to have one person responsible and eliminate the issue of multiple opinions,” he advises.

https://www.producebusiness.com/successfully-merchandising-wet-rack-produce/
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Eden sounds like an impressive intelligent food system monitoring technology. However, I don't see any mention of humidity control for the distribution centers or in the container trucks. "In the future, Eden will be able to recalculate the freshness factor and re-route the shipment immediately." The future is here and there's no need to re-route. We have the mobile solution so that those bananas maintain their freshness in transit.

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