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Farmerís Best exhibits for 21st year at Fresh Summit
Farmerís Best is set to exhibit at the Produce Marketing Association (PMA) Fresh Summit Conference and Expo for the 21st consecutive year. This yearís trade show will take place at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans.
The Farmerís Best team will be busy discussing a number of topics with current and potential clients during the event. Highlights include Farmerís Best products, its four core commitments of food safety, quality, reliability and sustainability, its social responsibility programs and major land expansion in San Luis PotosŪ.
This expansion is certainly the biggest news of 2017 for the 51-year old company. After years of seasonally-based supply, San Luis PotosŪ improvements increased the availability of three key Farmerís Best products: cucumbers, Roma tomatoes and green bell peppers.
The larger growing operations and practices now allow for growing and distribution of all three in-demand products throughout the summer season as well as its traditional winter production. Bell pepper production has also improved with upgraded technology like a new sorting machine.
Farmerís Best general manager Leonardo Tarriba (left) and vice president of sales and marketing Steve Yubeta (right) will be onsite at the companyís PMA Fresh Summit booth in New Orleans.
ďWe are certainly very excited about whatís been taking place lately here at Farmerís Best,Ē said Leonardo Tarriba, general manager of Farmerís Best. ďPMA Fresh Summit is one of the most important industry events that we attend during the year. Itís such an ideal opportunity to meet with our great partners, distributors and clients as well as getting to know new potential clients.Ē
Farmerís Best team members, including Tarriba along with vice president of sales and marketing Steve Yubeta and others, will be available to greet attendees at booth number 1057 during PMA Fresh Summit.
ďIf you are at the show, weíd love to talk with you,Ē said Yubeta. ďItís such a productive trade show and we are eager to share news about all the good things that are happening with Farmerís Best. Make sure that you drop by and say Ďhelloí to us.Ē
Farmerís Best fruits and vegetables are all grown in Mexico and distributed from its centers in Nogales, Ariz. and McAllen, Texas to the United States and Canada. The company incorporates sustainable practices throughout all its growing, harvesting, packing and shipping operations. These include reclaimed water programs, among other things, and the companyís primary focus on food safety and providing quality produce for the market.
Publication date: 10/17/2017
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