As we look ahead to the winter months, many of the root crops Silva produces for our customers have already been harvested and dehydrated at origin ready for further refinement at our Illinois facilities. In this crop report we will briefly look at the market outlook for some of our root crops as well as a few vegetables harvested toward the end of the year.
Wondering about what's happening at Silva? Below you'll find several articles to keep you up to date on the latest news.
We hope you are planning to have a wonderful Thanksgiving, filled with great food and good times. For most of us, Thanksgiving is built around a fantastic meal with classic dishes: turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, and lots of pie—pumpkin is usually the favorite!
One of our goals is that our customers develop a deep confidence in the products we produce for them. That confidence is something that typically grows over time—we say it grows in the process. Recently, Crest Foods awarded Silva International with their Partners in Crest Culture Award.
Part of our ability to provide flavorful dehydrated ingredients from around the world is due to our Silva-China team, which continues to grow. During the first six months of the year, we added two new members to the Silva family in this location.
Bulk food suppliers are only as good as their raw ingredients. That’s why Silva works so hard in our growing regions around the world to get the best quality possible. Here’s the latest update about two of our popular ingredients—bell peppers and tomatoes.
Silva International’s U.S. facility is expanding … again. Although we’ve been providing the highest quality in dried food ingredients for 35 years, we’re still not satisfied. Our current expansion will bring us to 18 production lines at the U.S. facility. There are 3 specific reasons for this growth … and they all have to do with serving you better.
Our raw material supply partners in China continue to appreciate the efforts that Silva International makes in helping them develop and progress by holding educational workshops. One business owner said that Silva is the only company that comes in to support this type of development of our partnership.
Most people are familiar with the traditional, low moisture orange sweet potato, which Silva has produced for years. But what about its flavorful, lavender cousin—the purple sweet potato? As we continue to enhance our product line for customers we are pleased to introduce this colorful alternative.