Like many annual events over the past twelve months, the Viva Fresh Open paused in 2020 while the world coped with an unforeseen pandemic.
Extreme low temperatures, power outages, gas shortages, and ice-covered roadways threaten crops and logistics across Texas.
Following months of internal discussions and planning, as well as extensive polling of exhibitors and retail-foodservice attendees, our findings suggested there was not only the ability but also a strong preference to move forward with certain in-person experiences (with an emphasis on safety) yet balancing the concerns of today’s world by providing content and engagement opportunities in the on-line space as well.
Going forward, the 2021 Viva Fresh Expo is scheduled for March 23-28, 2021 at the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas.
These individuals are acknowledged as trailblazers and innovators, enduring the trials and tribulations for decades that make a life in the fresh produce world.
Everyone's at least 20 pounds down, but there's more to the story.
MISSION, TX—Women in Texas produce have a new networking organization, In Bloom. I talked with April Flowers of Lone Star Citrus Growers about In Bloom's mission, and upcoming events.
Follow along as Tommy Wilkins, Ed Bertaud, Jed Murray and Michelle Cortez work with Dr. Ian Smith to tailor a clean eating plan with a foundation in fresh produce. Final results of the challenge will be presented at the Viva Fresh Keynote Luncheon.
The fifth annual golf outing for Viva Fresh hosted a record number of golfers and a new vision for its beneficiary.
Pres Release — Mission, Texas: February 6, 2018: Seamus Mullen, award-winning New York chef, cookbook author …