California Avocado Commission Shares "California Avocados: a Foodservice Perspective" Video
IRVINE, CA - With fresh California Avocados in peak season now through early fall, what better time to educate your foodservice staff about the popular and versatile fruit. The California Avocado Commission is providing companies with a fast and easy way to get the facts with this 7-minute video, “California Avocados: a Foodservice Perspective.” The video takes you on a trip through the care and craftsmanship that California Avocado growers put into each and every piece of fruit.
“This California Avocado Commission video takes key foodservice decision makers on a virtual tour of the California Avocado industry from seed to grove to packing, and provides them with valuable, creative menu ideas”, said Jan DeLyser, Vice President of Marketing for CAC.
You can watch the Commission’s full video below.
From the sunny groves where the fruits get their start and the efficient stations where they get packed, to a busy restaurant kitchen, the video showcases both the culinary benefits and possibilities that can be gained when using locally-grown, fresh California Avocados. California Avocados are grown on nearly 4,000 family farms throughout approximately 53,000 acres in Central and Southern California, a coastal climate that provides the ideal growing conditions.
To learn more about the California Avocado difference, visit CaliforniaAvocado.com/Foodservice, where you can browse a recipe database and serving suggestions, as well as find a variety of helpful resources, including nutrition, selection, storage, and handling information for optimizing California Avocado usage.