Within the last year, Ruiz Foods acquired a production facility in Florence, S.C., and built an advanced culinary center featuring a science/testing center, test kitchens, a packaging innovation center, analytical and micro labs and a pilot plant for scale-up in its Dinuba, Calif., headquarters location. Ruiz Foods also introduced a new line of breakfast burritos, expanded its foodservice channel and implemented several transportation and sustainability efforts. Also, take a tour of the company’s newly expanded 315,000-square-foot Denison, Texas, plant, which includes new spiral freezers, a number of carbon footprint reduction initiatives and BRC certification.
This Starbucks-owned brand recently completed a label refresh, added two new varieties to its extensive portfolio of juices and is at the forefront of the health-and-wellness trend, producing HPP/cold-pressed juices and smoothies made from antioxidant-rich ingredients. Also, take a tour of the company’s 264,000-square-foot Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., plant, which is said to be the largest juicery of its kind.
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