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Resources

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Videos

Zest Fresh Overview: Learn about the food waste and freshness problem and how Zest Fresh can help growers and retail grocers ensure produce is managed and shipped intelligently.

In this entertaining video, Seinfeld’s Mr. Peterman (John O’Hurley) explains how Zest Labs reduces waste and helps retailers provide the freshest produce for their customers.

Zest Fresh Grower Testimonial: Roy Garza explains how Zest Fresh provides information and reports to help them better manage their berry operations.

Zest Fresh – Deep Dive: A closer look at Zest Fresh and how the Zest Intelligent Pallet Routing Code (ZIPR Code) helps to improve delivered freshness.

Solution Briefs

Food Cold Chain

Produce Growers

How Zest Fresh™ helps growers improve consistency of delivered produce quality.

PreCool Monitoring

How Zest Fresh helps packer/shippers improve produce quality during PreCool.

Restaurants & Food Service

How Zest Fresh helps restaurants and food service providers maintain quality of fresh, frozen and processed foods.

Retail Grocers

How Zest Fresh helps retail grocers maximize product quality and freshness of produce, meats, seafood, dairy and frozen foods.

White Papers

Food Cold Chain

Blockchain and Achieving True Transparency

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Comparing Pallet- and Trailer-level Temperature Monitoring

Improving Quality and Profitability for Retail Grocers

Temperature Management and the Perishable Food Chain

Articles

Food Cold Chain

Pallet Monitoring for the Fresh Food Supply Chain

Why Quality Consistency Matters

Achieving Consistent Produce Quality

Preemptive Freshness Management

Measuring Produce Freshness: The Key to Preventing Waste

Winning the Freshness Wars