Fresh cut and mix salads

Market Trends

Continued growth is forecasted for this segment as the need for convenience continues to be relevant for consumers.  As Euromonitor International reports, fresh-cut produce offers healthier grab-and-go options for new consumption patterns, such as a renewed focus on breakfast and more snacking occasions.

In terms of both value and volume, the fresh segment is projected to grow at the highest CAGR between 2019 and 2022. Increase in consumer expenditure on value-added fruits & vegetables, growth in consumer health awareness, and rise in aging population have also contributed to the increase in demand for fresh produce. Growth in awareness about healthy lifestyles among the consumers of developed nations such as the US and various countries across the European Union are also driving the growth of the fresh segment. Hence, the demand for fresh product type in the processed fruits & vegetables market is projected to witness significant growth in the coming years.

 

CFT Group solution

Complete solutions for fresh-cut and mix preparation for adult salad and baby-leaf (Iceberg, Milano, Riccia, Chioggia, lettuce, iceberg salad, romaine, escarole, basil, radicchio, etc.) both fresh and ready to eat:

  • Sorting/inspection manual belt
  • Elevator
  • Single/double/triple washer
  • Buffer belt conveyor
  • Weighing belt
  • Spinner/centrifugal dryer
  • Dewatering
  • Tunnel and spiral dryer
  • Manual/automatic coring

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