OPS 2022

Date grower-shipper highlights organic offerings in Monterey

Bard Valley Natural Delights® is exhibiting at this year’s Organic Produce Summit at booth #417 with its variety pack sizes of organic whole and pitted Medjool dates.

The Natural Delights brand provides organic consumers and foodservice packaging sizes to accommodate a variety of date consumers. 

According to IRI data, the organic Medjool date category is growing by double digits, which positions Natural Delights as the largest producer and grower of Medjool dates for success. The brand provides organic consumer and foodservice packaging sizes to accommodate everyone from the casual snacker to the avid Medjool date consumer.

“The Natural Delights brand is known for consistency and highest growing standards and our organic line is no exception,” said Jeff Hansen, west coast regional business manager for Natural Delights. “As we continue to innovate with expanded product lines, we look forward to ongoing conversations with retailers about how we can support growing their category sales.”

Backed by a full-scale marketing program, the brand continues to promote organic date consumption through recipe content, educational resources, influencer marketing, chef partnerships and in-store demos. Natural Delights most recently partnered with celebrity chef Danny Seo who is known for promoting sustainable living and organic, plant-based foods.

Left to right: Jeff Hansen, Danny Seo. 

"When it comes to a Medjool date brand I fully trust for quality and purity, it's Natural Delights,” said Danny Seo, chef and editor of Naturally, Danny Seo magazine.

For more information about the brand, contact Jeff Hansen at jeff.hansen@bvdg.com.

For more information:
Beth Keeton
Natural Delights
Tel: +1 (972) 754-7889

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