Artichoke grower/marketer to showcase product line extension at NYPS

Ocean Mist Farms, a grower and marketer of fresh artichokes in the U.S., will showcase its conventional & organic commodity lines and feature the Season & Steam product line extension in the “New Product Showcase” at this year’s New York Produce Show in booth #242. 

The Season & Steam product line extension includes five new additions to the microwavable cut vegetable product line.

The value-added Season & Steam product line extension includes five new additions to the award-winning microwavable cut vegetable product line. The entire line includes 10 varieties, each with the same convenience, customizable seasoning and exclusive resealable bag technology shoppers love. 

“We look forward to being back at the New York Produce Show and to speak to customers in person about our Season & Steam product line extension for the first time,” said Diana McClean, senior director of marketing at Ocean Mist Farms. “We had great engagement and conversations with our trade partners in 2019 considering the Northeast is known for its heavy distribution of artichokes. This show gives us a great opportunity for us to put our new items from Season & Steam on display.”The line includes 10 varieties, each with the same convenience, customizable seasoning and resealable bag technology. 

The Season & Steam varieties from Ocean Mist Farms include:

  • Sweet Baby Broccoli
  • Artichokes
  • Whole Brussels Sprouts
  • Brussels Sprouts Shreds
  • Brussels Sprouts Halves
  • Broccoli Florets – NEW!
  • Floret Medley – NEW!
  • Vegetable Medley – NEW!
  • Cauliflower Florets – NEW!
  • Cauliflower Rice – NEW!

To learn more about Ocean Mist Farms, stop by booth #242 at the New York Produce Show December 13-16 or click here

For more information:
Diana McClean
Ocean Mist Farms
Tel: +1 (831) 770-6435
dmcclean@oceanmist.com       
www.oceanmist.com  


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