The Southeast Produce Council’s Southern Innovations show typically is a venue to find new products and new ideas as companies often do soft launches ahead of the “big” show in October.
Get Pamela's on-the-ground coverage from SEPC's Southern Innovation in Charlotte, and Greg has just returned from a few days at the IFPA Washington Conference, where the farm bill and produce prescriptions were hot topics.
The Southeast Produce Council released its annual What’s New? 2023 consumer research in a sold-out educational session at Southern Innovations. Pioneering organizations will provide additional innovation-focused presentations in the What’s New? Theater at the exhibit floor.
Lipman Family Farms is set to inspire attendees at the Southeast Produce Council's Southern Innovations Show in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Recognized globally as the #avoexperts, Westfalia Fruit USA is showing its commitment to sustainability through action.
Nature Fresh Farms becomes the only greenhouse producer to grow and market organic, greenhouse grown Strawberries in North America; filling the demand for premium, organically grown Strawberries that offer increased flavor and freshness with their introduction of Nature Fresh Farms Organic Greenhouse Berries.
Ocean Mist Farms, the leading grower and marketer of fresh artichokes in the U.S., will appear for the first time at Southern Innovations this year and feature their value-added fresh cut products for retail and foodservice.
Shuman Farms has always led the produce industry in important initiatives such as food safety, cause-marketing, brand advocacy, and more.
Held at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee, this year’s conference will continue to build upon SEPC’s “What’s New?” platform, which debuted during last year’s conference.
At Southern Innovations in Savannah, the enthusiasm had a different feel to it.