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ProSource Produce Introduces New Sweet Onion Packaging

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ProSource Produce, an Idaho-based grower-shipper of fresh onions and potatoes, has introduced a new branded Sweet Onion carton. The new box is the first in a series of new packaging introductions that the company has planned for 2021. 

“Our growing and packing operations across the U.S. and Mexico have experienced exceptional growth over the past decade and increased our capacity to provide a consistent year-round sweet onion program to our valued customers,” said Corey Griswold, CEO. “The addition of a sweet onion carton to our existing brand is an exciting step forward in promoting ProSource and our supply capabilities.”

“We wanted to create a package that stands out in the crowd,” said Sales Manager Ralph Schwartz.

“Our new carton is attractive to consumers, retailers and wholesalers alike, and will put ProSource on the national stage in the sweet onion category,” said Onni Lufkin, director of onion sales. “We are excited to expand our ProSource brand into the sweet onion category. Our strategy for market penetration is supported with the same quality, integrity and brand our customers have grown to trust.”

ProSource Produce LLC is a grower-owned and -operated sales and marketing company based in Hailey, Idaho. In 2010, ProSource was founded to more effectively and directly market the crops of growers and to provide a consistent supply chain and customer service experience to our customers. ProSource currently services a wide range customer base comprised of foodservice, retail, wholesale and broad-line customers in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Central America.

ProSource can provide year-round supply to any size retail, foodservice or wholesale customer.  Visit prosourceproduce.com to learn more about the company’s complete portfolio of products.

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