Nogales-based produce distributor and grower Divine Flavor announced they have restructured their executive sales team—elevating Patrick Cortes to vice president of sales and Carlos Bon to senior vice president of sales.
After a delayed start to the Mexican table grape season, producers are bouncing back with normal production moving into the month of June.
The spring season and warmer weather is upon us, and for Divine Flavor, the grower, shipper will be in full swing with its melon program for the next 50 days.
Nogales-based produce distributor and grower, Divine Flavor, announced they have added Patrick Cortes as a key role to the company’s development and strategic team.
Grupo Alta announced today that Divine Flavor and Sun World International executed an enhanced collaboration agreement for premium table grapes.
Michael DuPuis, quality assurance and public relations manager for Nogales, AZ-based Divine Flavor, says his company will be releasing its Product Heroes campaign, which is designed to highlight the health benefits of certain produce items.
Divine Flavor, one of Mexico’s largest growers/importers is excited to announce their new project of summer organic bell peppers in Jalisco, Mexico.
It was nearly 16 years ago when the Divine Flavor company formed and the first shipments of produce were sent to the supermarkets.
Unlike some of my colleagues, I’m not at the annual meeting of the Canadian Produce Marketing Association in Montreal, but I did have a long phone chat with Michael DuPuis, quality assurance and public relations manager for Nogales, AZ-based Divine Flavor, who was at his company’s booth there.
As the winter days come to an end in the Northern hemisphere, peak production of grapes will start ramping up in volume from Peru, Chile, and South Africa for importer Divine Flavor.