Curious about what Harvard Business Review described as “the world’s most creatively managed company,” my colleagues and I made a pilgrimage last week to a Central California factory that churns out about 180,000 pounds of tomato paste per hour.
“I would like to express my satisfaction for an effective action of the Judiciary that finally cleared the issue of wrong labelling as Italian product of the tomato paste imported from China.” This declared Minister of agriculture food and forestry policies, commenting the news of the conviction sentence given by the Nocera Inferiore Court against one entrepreneur of the area who has sold under the “Made in Italy” label tomato paste imported from China.
China is one of the largest tomato producers in the world, but there is a large gap between China and foreign countries as for the tomato products aspect. The gap was mainly presented in the following aspects: less varieties, poor quality, backward planting technologies, low machinery application level and single product variety. What’s more, China’s tomato products generally belong to preliminary processing and become raw materials of overseas developed countries, and the export price is on the low side.
With the development of domestic tomato processing industry and the learning from foreign developed countries, the domestic tomato industry will vigorously develop the research and application of new tomato varieties, promote seedlings cultivating and transplanting technologies, promote mechanization level and develop environmental friendly and pollution-free production technologies, so as to narrow the gap between China and the developed countries continuously.
How many times have you placed a can of half-used tomato paste in your fridge, only to find it months later in the back corner, hiding behind a bottle of ketchup, completely unusable thanks to the thick layer of black mold that has formed atop?
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