Sweet Valley Citrus Debuts at New York Produce Show

December 20, 2021 Cold Hardy Citrus Association

The Cold Hardy Citrus Association (CHCA), a collaborative group of more than 75 growers, handlers, processors and allied businesses of all sizes, with groves and packing facilities throughout the Florida Panhandle, Eastern Alabama and Southern Georgia, will debut their newly created regional brand—Sweet Valley Citrus—at the New York Produce Show on December 15, 2021.

New York Produce Show Discussions: Cornell’s Ed McLaughlin Gazes Into Crystal Ball, Sees Smaller Format Stores With Secondary Warehousing, JIT Delivery, Changes In Retail-Buyer Relationships, Just To Name A Few…

One of the advantages of having done a virtual edition of The New York Produce Show and Conference was that we came out of it with an all-star collection of incredible industry insight. Today, we share with the broader Pundit audience a conversation with Ed McLaughlin of Cornell University. Ed is widely recognized as the world’s leading academic authority on the fresh produce industry and the broader food system.

PRODUCE BUSINESS Announces Winner of Joe Nucci Award for Innovation

December 17, 2020 PRODUCE BUSINESS Magazine

The Joe Nucci Award for Innovation was presented by PRODUCE BUSINESS editor-in-chief Jim Prevor during this year’s New York Produce Show and Conference virtual event on December 11th.

The New York Produce Show and Conference Announces ‘Thought Leader’ One-on-One Discussions, Be Online December 9-11, 2020

Each year, at The New York Produce Show and Conference, we gather together a list of produce industry luminaries to participate in the Perishable Pundit’s Thought Leader Panel, which is usually presented at the Opening Breakfast. This year, with all things digital, we decided to change the format a bit and we will, instead, speak individually with each one of our 2020 Thought Leaders.

Yes, There is Floral at The New York Produce Show

The pre-Christmas timing has prevented many floral and foliage companies from exhibiting, but now more companies are taking a closer look and strategizing how to position their products in front of top retailers.