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Tips for Buying Produce
Produce can be found at your local grocery store, market or farm stand. There, you’ll find fruits and vegetables like organic grapes, carrots, ripe pears, bananas, and green beans. When you buy from a farmer’s market, you usually get seasonal produce that has been freshly harvested. You can eat it right away or cook it up as part of a scrumptious dinner. Grocery stores usually buy in bulk from produce wholesalers. They often contract with one provider to supply them with all the produce they need, as well as grains, oats and more. Check out these tips for buying fresh produce.

Tip #1: Buy Produce That is Not Easily Perishable
To extend the shelf life of your produce, whether you’re a consumer or a produce buyer, buy produce that has a lasts longer, including items like potatoes, lemons, oranges, onions and garlic. These don’t go bad as quickly as lettuce, cantaloupe and strawberries would.

Tip #2: Educate Yourself on Storage and Shelf Life
Most produce does not keep well unless it is refrigerated or otherwise stored properly. Learn little tricks to extend the life of your fruits and vegetables. Purchase bananas, for example, that are slightly green on the ends, then store them at room temperature until ripe. Use a banana hanger so the fruit does not get bruised. Store in the refrigerator or freezer to get the most life out of the banana.

Tip #3: Ask Produce Department Employees About Deals of the Week
Your produce sales associate will know which fruits and vegetables are best that week, not just in terms of price but also quality. He or she can be your inside source for getting the best deals on produce.

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STANDARD LISTINGS:   PRODUCE-WHOLESALE IN/NEAR HILO
Hilo Products Inc Write review for this local business
41 Makaala St, Hilo, HI 96720
(808) 935-1379  
Hawaiian Rainbow Produce Write review for this local business
16 Shipman St, Hilo, HI 96720
(808) 982-9694  
Hawaiian Fresh Products Inc Write review for this local business
270 E Kawili St, Hilo, HI 96720
(808) 961-5580  
Hpi Write review for this local business
41 Makaala St, Hilo, HI 96720
(808) 935-1106  
Honaunau Market Inc Write review for this local business
73-5569 Olowalu St, Kailua Kona, HI 96740
(808) 329-1365  

Some women and men work in the wholesale produce industry. This is a grand market in this day and age, and countless grocery stores and supermarkets count on major farmers to supply them with fresh fruits and vegetables regularly. While retail grocery shops and food stores provide meat and dairy items, they also offer an assortment of green beans, mangoes, artichokes, avocados, and apples. Some of these fruits and vegetables are even grown organic, which means there are no pesticides or chemical based fertilizers used. If you work in this industry, you typically sell produce to retail grocery stores and supermarkets in bulk at discounted rates.

There is often some initial training involved with this business. This way you are better acquainted with the prices and rates for strawberry fruits, spinach, bananas, oranges, and various types of berries that are harvested and sold regularly. While one major retail grocery store may need to place an order for cabbage, another may need a large order of pears and fresh oranges. As a wholesale distributor, it is your job to make certain customers get the right material and produce they are after. While you may additionally handle some roots like ginger or spices like garlic, you are unlikely to deal in meats and dairy products in this industry. After all, fresh produce is a separate business.

If you choose to deal in wholesale fruits and vegetables for a living, you will often work with large grocery store chains and supermarkets on a daily basis.




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