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iTi Tropicals has launched a YouTube channel for food product developers that contains lively and informative videos-providing an in-depth look at some of the on-trend and timely issues regarding popular tropical fruits being used in various food and beverage formulations and applications.
“Our new YouTube channel allows us to share our worldwide knowledge on exotic tropical fruits with our customers and industry friends,” said Gert van Manen, president of iTi Tropicals. Some of the new videos on the iTi Tropicals YouTube channel are:
“We plan to introduce new videos regularly featuring information on the variety of exotic tropical fruits available to product developers from around the world,” said van Manen. “We hope our customers and friends will visit our YouTube channel often to see our latest offerings.”
The iTi Tropicals YouTube channel is available athttp://www.youtube.com/user/iTitropicalsInc.
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About iTi Tropicals
iTi Tropicals Inc., a leader in the exotic tropical fruit product category, is an independent company headquartered in Lawrenceville, N.J. In operation since 1988, iTi Tropicals has become a leading U.S. supplier of processed exotic tropical fruits and maintains an extensive inventory of both frozen and aseptically packed tropical and exotic fruit purees, juices and concentrates. Their sole business is importing high-quality tropical and exotic fruit purees and concentrates from manufacturers worldwide who meet their quality standard for tropical and exotic fruits. Their products include coconut water and cream, banana, guava, papaya, mango, passion fruit, açaí, acerola, mangosteen, tamarind and dragon fruit.