Fresh Suppliers | Global B2B Sourcing | Torg

At Torg, we take great pride in offering only the freshest ingredients and food products to our customers. We provide a wide selection of fresh foods from all over the world for both B2B and private label sourcing needs. Our team of experts will help you find the right supplier quickly and efficiently so that you can receive top-notch quality foods with competitive pricing. Shop now to find everything from fruits and vegetables to seafood and more!

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Related products and categories

  1. Olive Oil: Olive oil is closely related to the main category of Fresh, as it is an essential product for cooking and adding flavor to a variety of dishes. It is also used as an ingredient in many Mediterranean recipes.
  2. Paella: Paella is a Spanish dish made with various ingredients, including rice, vegetables and meat or seafood. It belongs to the same family of dishes as risotto and other rice-based meals, all of which are included in the Fresh category.
  3. Vegan Beef: Vegan beef is a plant-based alternative to traditional beef that can be used as an ingredient in numerous recipes. As such, it belongs to the same category as traditional meat products like chicken or pork, making it a great fit for the Fresh section.
  4. Flavoured Oil: Flavoured oils are an important part of many Mediterranean dishes and they provide a unique taste profile when used in cooking. This type of oil can also be used as an addition to salads and other types of dishes, making them ideal for the Fresh category.
  5. Snack Mix: Snack mixes are a combination of different snacks that can be combined together for added flavour or texture. These mixes often contain items such as nuts, seeds, dried fruit and other ingredients which are popular among buyers looking for products under the Fresh category.

Packaging Options

  1. Bulk Packaging: Bulk packaging is an option that’s often used for b2b buyers looking to purchase large amounts of product at once. It allows suppliers to package items in larger containers, like barrels and crates, which can then be shipped safely and cost-effectively.
  2. Private Label Packaging: Private label packaging is a great solution for b2b buyers who want to add their own branding to the products they source from Torg’s suppliers. This option entails having the supplier use custom labeling or printing services that apply a buyer’s specified logo or branding on the end product.
  3. Vacuum Packing: Vacuum packing is often used for food products since it helps preserve their taste, texture, and freshness during shipping and storage. Especially useful for b2b buyers sourcing Mediterranean products like olives, anchovies, tuna, etc., this type of packaging ensures that products remain unspoiled until they reach their destination.

Supply Chain Issues in the Fresh Food Market

  1. Disruptions due to Global Events: Recently, issues and disruptions with the global food supply chain have become more frequent. In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused extensive disruption to global food production and transportation resulting in shortages of certain types of food. In addition, natural disasters such as hurricanes can devastate entire harvests and transportation networks can be affected by labor or fuel shortages. Also, political instability in some countries can lead to unreliable supplies of produce.
  2. Environmental Challenges: The fresh food market is also subject to a variety of environmental challenges that limit or reduce production levels. Climate change, water scarcity, soil degradation, overfishing and ocean pollution are all contributing factors that can cause a decrease in availability of fresh foods. This affects both producers and consumers as prices may rise or quality drops due to lack of access to quality ingredients.