Alpine Fresh and Procacci Brothers host golf tournament to benefit Metastatic Breast Cancer.

May 18, 2023 Alpine Fresh

Grower, shipper, and marketers Alpine Fresh and Procacci Brothers joined forces to host a charity golf tournament in Doral, Florida, to benefit Metavivor, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the specific fight of women and men living with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer. The tournament, organized by Mike Kelly and Gabby Procacci, honored Kerry O’ridoan, the daughter of a dear friend and colleague who lost her battle to metastatic breast cancer in April of 2022 at 31 years old. 

Produce Pro Reflects on 30 Years as a Software Leader in the Produce Industry

December 2, 2020 Produce Pro Software

A leader in ERP software for the produce and perishables industry, Produce Pro Software has been celebrating a landmark 30th anniversary, centered around “Growing Together”. A company that started off small, with just a few programmers has matured to an over 100-person strong company with four locations nationwide.

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.

Procacci Brothers & Santa Sweets Inc. Donate $18,600 to Camden Catholic High School

May 20, 2019 Procacci Brothers

Procacci Holdings’ CEO and Camden Catholic alumnus, J.M. Procacci, presented Camden Catholic High School in Cherry Hill, NJ with a check for $18,600 in support of the Estrella Naciente Scholarship Program at Camden Catholic High School.

Procacci Holdings’ Garden State Farms, LLC Gains A. Vassallo, Inc.

May 8, 2019 Procacci Brothers

“It was a natural expansion to our Garden State Farms operation,” says J.M. Procacci, CEO of Procacci Holdings, LLC. He continues, “As we continue to expand, our commitment to the market is integral to our growth.” With the acquisition, Procacci Brother’s Garden State Farms has four units at the market.