Team Emerson is well represented.
Smiling faces in the booth of LGS Specialty Sales. The company's Moroccan citrus season is coming up.
Windset Farms launched a party tray at the show.
Richard Vollebregt, Ben Martin, and Jesus Lopez with Cravo are discussing their retractable roof options. The ability to control weather, limit water use as well as energy spent results in a large interest for the company's products.
Bailey Slayton and Alexandra Rae Molumby with Bako Sweet proudly stand next to the new sweet potato mesh bags. The produce theme continues in their clothing.
Bako Sweet unveiled this new sweet potato bag at the show.
Johnnie Knowles, Steven Ceccarelli and Diana Ramirez with Farm Fresh proudly talk about the company's sweet potato program.
Joe Stepka, Tyler Camp, Ben Johnson, and Michael McMillan with Bridges Produce are happy to be back at the largest fresh produce tradeshow in North America.
A fresh new look in the booth of Mission Produce. The color yellow was added to the palette.
Even more Mission team members posing for a picture.
Beautiful display of avocados in the Mission booth.
George Kallatsis from Protofanousi Fruits promoting kiwis from Greece
Novacampo's Jorge Riana and Hamet Lopez have been exporting golden berries from Colombia to the US for the past 3 years and are at the show to increase their exports.
The team of Bard Valley Natural Delights has been proudly talking about the endless possibilities dates offer. From left to right are Alan Asbury, Bridgette Weber, Shayna Telesmanic, and David Baxter.
Proudly promoting Sunkist's California mandarin program are Destiny Dulaney, Cassie Howard, Christina Ward and Ayanna Grady.
Pouch bags with lemons at the Sunkist booth.
Joe Merenda, Hana Mohsin, Nicole Zapata and Pete Hernandez with Misionero.
Misionero just launched two new packaged salad kits that will be available in stores in 2023.
Team Sakata Seed!
Gretchen Lane and Tim Grady with NatureSeal offer different types of shelf-life extension options.
Tropic Kit based in Colombia represented by Lizeth Correa says they supply limes, bananas and mangos directly to supermarkets in the US.
Paul Mastronardi and Wim van den Burgh (middle) with the Sunset team promoting Campari tomatoes.
Berryworld assortment in the cooler.
Blueberries packaging with standard size blueberries and bigger blueberries under XL
Steve Page, Greg Akins and Michael Landry with Catalytic Generators/QA Supplies.
Showing two proprietary apple varieties (Karma and Juici) of Starr Ranch Growers are Krista Beckstead, Shawn Loudon and Ellie Tucker.
Tropic Kit based in Colombia represented by Lizeth Correa says they supply limes, bananas and mangos directly to supermarkets in the US.
Team EarthFresh in full force. They proudly shows the company's latest product addition Fast. Fresh. Gourmet.. It's a line up of grill/oven ready potato trays.
Jaime Bustamante and Luc Bougeot with the Fruit and Vegetable Dispute Resolution Corporation. Although the organization is based in Canada, companies from around the globe can become a member.
The Colombian stand.
Pam Wooten (Eden South), Jenny McAfee with J. Marchini Farms and Bryan Thornton with Coosemans Atlanta are catching up in the booth of J. Marchini Farms.
Caribbean Exotics introduced a new golden berry variety in the US market, which is already popular in Europe says Sebastian Marin.
Colors of Flavor is the theme at to booth of Mucci Farms. Ajit Saxena and Stephen Cowan are showing some products from the company's premium snacking lineup.
Daniela Velazquez De Leon and Gloria Smith with Organics Unlimited are at IFPA to discuss the company's organic banana program.
Karan Kohli is holiding his favourite strawberry of the WOW Berry Line, the Lolliberry
Marnix de Haan, Klaas Jan Spelt and Maikel van Wiggen with JASA Packaging Solutions proudly stand in front of the company's rotary filler for leafy greens. Happy birthday Marnix!
Caribbean Exotics new golden berry variety in the US market, which is already popular in Europe.
Michael DuPuis, Luis Urbina and Alan Aguirre Camou with Divine Flavor in front of the Produce Heroes wall. The campaign focuses on the health benefits the company's products offer.
Brianna Posner, David Posner, Jared Bray and Joe Feldman with Awe Sum Organics. Jared shows a bag of organic avocados. It's a new program for the company.
Conner O'Malley, Cat Gipe-Stewart, Brena Mengarelli and Jay Short with Superfresh Growers.
Team Hazel Technologies focuses on shelf life extension for many different produce varieties.
A group photo of Church Brothers
The Dominican Republic's country pavilion.
Niels Klapwijk, Ray Wowryk, John Ketler and Zanelle Hough with Nature Fresh Farms are proudly standing next to a display of Hiiros Cherry Tomatoes. Hiiros were launched this year.
Close up of Nature Fresh Farms' Hiiros display.
Having good conversations at the Limoneira booth. From left to right: Don Brumley with Bonduelle, John Carter with Limoneira, Suhanra Conradie with Summer Citrus from South Africa, and Alex Teague representing Limoneira.
A happy photo of the Well Pict team. The color red is a central theme, not only in the fruit but also the clothing.
Team of NatureSweet
Brett Baker with United Apple Sales and Tim Mansfield with Sun Orchard Apples are promoting New York grown apples. Good volumes are coming from the eastern part of the country this season.
Kyla Oberman and Amelia Jackson with California Giant Berry Farms proudly show strawberries and blueberries.
Mamamia are growers of tomatos, peppers from seed to supermarket in the Dominican Republic to the US where they have their own warehouse says Alfonso Torres.
Team Red Sun Farms. Leona Neill shows the award the company won for Best Inland Booth in Produce. Congratulations!
Promoting organic apples from New Zealand the team of Bostock
Transna Trading exporters of fruit and vegetables from the Dominican Republic to the US was represented by Ramon Lipion and Lisbeth Hernandez.
Christie Nikolai and Alanna Pedersen with CKF/EarthCycle are showing molded fiber compostable punnets.
A new packaging option from CKF: compostable punnets that are digitally printed with a water based ink. This option will be available as of January.
The team of Rainier Fruit
Productos growers of peppers and chillies in the Dominican Republic Juan Gonzales talking to a client Carolina Berardinelli.
Charlie Eagle from Southern Specialties next to the cooler with all specialty items, imported and locally sourced
ProDominicana's Maricella LaChapelle and Carolina Urbaez made sure the companies on their country pavilion were taken care of.
Quality Agro Export send two containers of avocados per week from the Dominican Republic to the US. Ephren Valenzuela, Elsa Veloz and Freddy Valenzuela were happy to meet potential new clients.
The California Avocado Commission!
Boeny are exporters of mangos from the Domican Republic who have their own hot water treatment facility on the farm for the exports to the US. They harvest their native mingola's from February to July.
Soren Terndrup Hansen and Leif Ostergaard from Northern Greens with fresh liquid herbs, they have 11 varieties at this moment. Fresh product is chopped in little pieces with water and vinegar taste like fresh and can be used for 2 years.
Brent Scattini and Greg Reinauer with Tom Lange Company.
Alessandro Zampagna from Origene Group
Luis Miguel Vegas, General Manager of Peru's blueberry industry association ProArandanos was on hand in Orlando to ensure growers had good meetings at the Peru pavillion.
Gary Clavenger from Freska at this moment mainly importing mangoes from Ecuador
Proudly showing the liner that extends shelf life of produce are Helvert Obando, Paul Oklesh, Peyton Merriam and Zoe Berry with Verdant Technologies/HarvestHold.
Team Coosemans Worldwide!
Colorful display with many different produce varieties at the Coosemans booth.
Nicole Zurita ensured their Agap guild members who are industry associations in Peru had enough space at their country pavilion in Orlando.
Andres Ocampo, Melissa Hartmann de Barros, Cecilia Doyle and Jack Jackson with HLB Specialties are posing with a colorful display of dragon fruit and rambutan.
At the Mexico stand there was music played
Peru Citrus was represented by Emilia Belaunde and Sergio del Castillo.
A focus on Oppy's greenhouse grown offerings. From left to right are Kelsey Van Lissum, John Anderson, Kevin Batt, Aaron Quon and Shea Rogers.
Shahram Rashti and Bahram Rashti with UP Vertical Farms. Their high-density farm will open up in British Columbia this winter.
Team Coliman! From left to right are Lizbeth Felix, Ben Reed, Jorge Aguilar, Audee Rios and Enrique Tellaeche.
George Shropshire and Maggie Scott from Offshoot Brands came with new items like Jackfruit
Altar Produce known for the organic and conventional asparagus have branched out and now grow and export dates in Mexico for the past 3 years. Aguilar Rocio and Genesis Martinez say they aim to grow 200 hectares of dates.
Narciso Vivot, Amy Tranzillo and Kim Bui with AgroFresh.
The organic and conventional asparagus producer and exporters Altar Produce have branched out and now grow and export dates in Mexico for the past 3 years, with the aim to grow to 200 hectares.
The booth of Camposol.
Sam Bourgeois, Honeycrisp grower for Rice Fruit Company is flanked by Jill Hughey and Brenda Briggs with Rice Fruit.
Aaron Bagwell (agronomist with North Bay Produce) and Guy Matro with Winslow Junction Produce.
Luis Gonzalez, Matt Mandel, Frank Camera and Juan Barrionuevo with SunFed Perfect Produce.
David Brace and Keith Malarky from Garland
Opening the Ecuador country pavilion at the IFPA 2022 Global Produce Show was Leticia Baquerizo from the Consulate in Miama, Maria del Pilar Neira and Kleber Franco from both from ProEcuador.
Katia Young with Americold.
Brett Burdsal and Kris Mortensen with Dayka Hackett, part of Frutura.
Silvio Malagoli from A.B.L. have a new Peeling machine for the butternut squash
Neil Millman and Jim Provost from I Love Produce offer a new garlic paste as of this year.
The group of exhibitors at the Ecuador country pavilion.
Team Sinclair! The company offers many labeling options, including home compostable.
Rocio Munoz, Matt Hiltner and Ande Manos with Babe Farms again brought a colorful display with vegetables from California.
Labeling machine from Sinclair for large labels.
Andrew Barclay from WYma Solutions and Daniel Pitton from Visar Sorting at the booth of Volm Companies
Translatin from Ecuador are first time exhibitors at the IFPA 2022 Global Produce Show with Monica Villareul and Tatiana Luna happy to welcome visitors.
Tomra brought a hologram in to show their different machines and solutions instead of bringing them
The Unitec booth
Jan Fruits are importers of coconuts and diamond sweet melons from Taiwan and Thailand to the US. Katherine Shiu and Annie Chen ensured visitors enjoyed the sweet tasting fruits.
Tina Harder and Jeff Richardson with Great Lakes Greenhouses. The Ontario based company is a first time exhibitor at the show.
Hans Fors from Tomra with the hologram
JR Aguacates from Mexico attendd the show for the first time says Lucy Torres. They used to supply avocados to Canada and are looking to supply the US as well with a capacity of 30-40 containers per week.
Israel Lamacho, Brian McGillivray and Andres Jimenez from AGQ labs
Tropical Freshcorp from Ecuador are first time attendees at the IFPA 2022 Global Produce Show. Jorge S. Yanez supplies dragon fruit to US customers.
Kevin Park, Elizabeth Hargrave and Ali Velasco from Hectre
The attractive fruit display of Pink Organics.
Jaime Wildfeuer from Bedford
Avo Rayo are growers and shippers of organic and conventional avocados from Mexico. Raymundo Martinez and Renee Martinez and Hector Velazquez.
Paul Hulsbos and Niels Klapwijk, two Dutchies working with Nature Fresh Farms. Paul is based in Mexico and Niels in Ontario, Canada.
Eddie Reynoso, Nichole Whitworth, Will Bedell and Carlotta Spurger from Exeter Engineering
The Agricola Famosa team in the US say they had a good show with many existing and new clients stopping to taste and see their variety of melons from Brazil.
Wataru Ichijo and Ryo Takeshito from Astra showing the mango and pineapple peeled by their peeling machine
Square 1 Farms father and sons Tim Jnr, Jason and Tim Ryan are growers and distributors of asparagus across the US. They see good constant demand for this product with increases over Easter and Thanksgiving periods.
Matthew Bustamante and Daniel Chen from Lytone
Produce First from Mexico Andres Negrete and Vianney Olivares are growers and exporters of fresh vegetables to the US.
Dalton Gibson from MAF Industries
Alex Volschow from FOX Packaging with the RedPack Flow Wrapping machine
The Mango Ecuador Foundation is headed by Johnny Jara and colleague Karla Villamil.
Dennis Clock and Merwyn Xiao from Reemoon
The Meraki team from Mexico were happy to get new business at the show in Orlando.
The booth of Saypek with colleagues and family
Arturo Gonzalez, Carlos Ruiz and Jesus Lopez with Cravo Equipment.
Ipoki Produce's Rodrigo Bedoya says he is known as the "king of ginger".
Andrew White with GrubMarket.
Nina Liu the representative for Hebei Sanchao
The U.S. Highbush Blueberry Council held an information session with country partners from Peru, Chile, Mexico and Canada. Kasey Cronquesti, President of the council said they aim to raise consumption in the US and other countries over 5 years.
Massimo Bellotti and Massimilano Persico from Carton Pack
These meeting and charging pods were put to good use by show attendees.
Tia Fang from Pinghu Jianxin
Participants of the women's Fresh Perspectives breakfast making their way to the exhibition hall.
Matteo Baiocchi from INFIA
Posing behind a display of Pazazz apples. Ray Griffin with Sabor Farms visits the booth of Honeybear Brands. To the right are Honeybear's Fred Wescott and Don Roper.
Enrico Turoni from TR Turoni
Marie Piccone with Manbulloo Mangos from Australia and Kellee Harris with the Giumarra Companies. Giuamarra has been bringing in mangos from Australia for many years.
Hurtanava are Mexican avocados exporters with Denisse Maldonado, Omar Hurtado and Araceli Garcia.
Federico Milanese from Jingold visiting the show
Zavacado were at the IFPA 2022 Global Produce show for the first time. Raul Eduardo, Raul Gerardo says they had many new clients with a big interest in avocados at the show.
Gilbert Lee from Sunforest presents their fruit quality meter
The Guatemala Exporters Association represented by Natalia Samayoa, Ingrid Gaiton and Marta Castanon.
Jennifer Olmstead and Robert Verloop with the California Walnut Commission are walking the show.
Toya Du and Jim Yau from Full Well Packaging
Virginia Cascella from PND with their peeling machine especially for melons, butternut squash and pineapples
The Chayote Consortium of Costa Rica export this vegetable to the US, Canada and the EU says David Morales and Nancy Quiros.
The chayote is a vegetable grown and exported from Costa Rica to the US, Canada and the EU.
Tyler Franklin from Haley Manufacturing
Aguacates Chahena is a big avocado supplier from Mexico to the US says Francisco Colin.
Running into an Avocado from Wholly Guacamole.
Sabrina Fisher with Full Tilt Marketing is representing Colombia Avocados, a growing program for the US market.
Team photo of MSC
Sarieliza Chavez showcased the Aguacates Chahena avocados from Mexico.
The team of Juicernet
Aguactes JBR David Castillo says they are at the show to take care of and listen to their customers and to have a presence. They supply avocados from Mexico to the US all year round.
Team of Proseal with their new Case Packer
Sicar Farms Giovanni Sanchez and Eduardo Bermejo make sure existing and new customers are well informed of the company's lemon, lime and other fruit offering.
Lots of colors in the booth of Babe Farms.
Smiles in the booth of Team GreenFruit. The company just received organic certification for their avocado farms in Colombia.
Jane Puggaard and Mette Madison from Schur Star Systems
Edgar Millan from Caraveo Papayas says he is known as 'mr papayas' from Mexico and is a leading supplier to the US market.
The team of Reisopack
Helen Aquino, Krysten De Giglio and Tiffany Bennett with Village Farms posing in jeans jackets.
Some Mexican companies at their country pavilion.
Dan Rafuse, Sonny Gamble and David Feaster from Telus
The Mexico pavilion had many visitors.
Ellise Fallon and Lauren Sweeney from Apeel Technology
Team Westfalia Fruit is well represented.
Cristian Parra of Paclife showcased their sustainable technology to extend the shelf life of fresh produce.
Patterson McDulin with Schmieding Produce. The company's Mexico watermelon program will start in 10 days. Due to Hurricane Ian, Floria's watermelon season is behind and quality as well as supplies are still up in the air.
Ripe finder for consumers in order not to squeeze avocados, but still checking if is ripe at the shelves
Enlasa are Mexican fertiliser manufacturers an suppliers. Jorge Perez, Carlos Galdamez and Hector Beltron were on hand to answer questions from visitors.
Gian Giacomo Gamberini from Guillin
Street organ at the show
Nathaniel Foster, Cynthia Haskins and Harrison Brown with the New York Apple Association.
Pieter Blaauboer from Gourmet visiting the show
Jenna Schulte and Molly Tabron from Robinson Fresh
Team Sunripe Certified Brands from left to right: Lyle Bagley, Robert Meade, Mitch Blanco, Jamie Phillips and Carlos Blanco.
The IFPA Global Produce and Flower show 2022 main entrance.
Mark McBride from Coastline Family Farms
The team of FirstFruits Marketing
The team of Nash Produce
Chef Walter prepared some truly delicious date recipes in the Bard Valley/Natural Delights booth. These are dates filled with goat cheese and wrapped in bacon.
Charlotte Vick and Ken Sikes from VIck Family Farms
The team of Equifruit about to sing the song of "Babyshark"
The team of Gourmet Garden
Pablo Leon, Griet and Fried de Schouwer, as well as Jacob and Ben van den Bosch visiting the show.
Steve Stutz, Deborah Dijkhuizen and Robert Ozug with Delina Fresh behind a beautiful display of tropical and exotic items.
David Clyde, Noel Marie Siler and Oliver Sill with Illume Ag. About 50% of the company's grapes are sold in the domestic market and the other half is exported.
Manuel Tornel and Maria Angeles Cascales Perez from ITUM
Gines Garcia Benzal from Hispa Group
Pedro Perez Marin from Kissfruit, Karina Madera, Jose Hernandez Garcia from Kissfruit
Anna Zegveld and Chris Maat with Interko.
Etienne Malaguti from Primland
Catherine Botti, the Chef of the French Pavillion, and Daniel Soares from Interfel
Christophe Artero from FDA International
Nikki Patrick and Reza Dadkhah with Tive.
Scott Dault and Emily Dawson with Soli Organic proudly show new products that have yet to hit the stores. All grown indoors in organic soil.
The Super Starr International team is ready to kick off day 1 of the event.
Nathalie Casal and Louis Abelli from Distrimex
Mohamed Chair and Romane Machado from LaBlottiere
Marc Rauffet from Groupe Innatis
Sonny Gamble with Telus Agriculture.
Nicolas LeHaitre from Blue Whale
The team of Westmoreland
Rachel Aguilar, Emma Koehler and Sunnie Gull from A.C. Foods
Rudolph Guerra and Winston Rosario from Ka'anapali
Seth Nordell from Kings River talking with a visitor
Jim Hinel and Fawn Petree with DeltaTrak. To the right is Gary Fleming with Dapicon.
The team of Westpak
Kritsi Hocutt from Triple J. Produce
Jeff Axelberg and Jacob RUth from SMP Southeast Market
The booth of Calavo
A robot at the floor
Marcel van der Pluijm from Feeling Fresh at the showfloor
Booth of Avocados from Mexico
The team of CMI Orchards
Copies of Danny Seo's cookbook were signed and given away at the Bard Valley/Natural Delights booth. Pictured is Danny Seo with a 4.4 lb gift box of Medjool dates that works really well for Ramadan for instance.
Mike Blume, Lisa Fetterhoff and Shawn Riker with Keystone Fruit Marketing.
Dan Kass with AC Foods next to Sumo Citrus, an important program for the company. Last year, the company started offering Sumo in bags, in addition to selling it by the piece.
Sean Barganski, Lauren Brierly and Tyler Steele with Progressive Produce.
Alex Giumarra and Shauna Rockwell with Giumarra Vineyards.
Martin Casanova and Raul Fernandez with Thx! The company focuses on making a social impact. Their latest initiative is an online education program that is available for free to the families of all farm workers.
The cutest and probably youngest attendee of this year's IFPA show is 4-month old Victoria in the booth of Greenyard/Seald Sweet. Victoria is being held by her dad Santiago Dutto. In the middle is Mayda Sotomayor and to the right Victoria's mom Helena Fernandez.
Maria Montalvo and Karen Hearn with the California Table Grape Commission.
The Zespri team in front of a SunGold kiwi display. From left to right are Catherine DeLettera, Sarah Deaton, Ken Burke, and Shawn Wen.
Jim Morris and Prentice Dent with USA Pears.
SugarBee doesn't mind posing for another photo.
Karen Brux and Ivan Marambio Castano with Fresh Fruits from Chile.
Posing with new greenhouse grown melon variety Alonna are Paul Murracas, Amanda Sebele, Lindsay Gammon, Devon Kennedy, and Alaina Wilkins of Pure Flavor.
Pure Flavor launched their new greenhouse grown Alonna melon at the show.
Team Dulcinea/Pacific Trellis Fruit!
Ignacio Castillo and Sebastian Gomez with Grupo Acon, representing Kapi Kapi Growers, supplier of pineapples and bananas.
Fina from Moyca
Owyhee Produce had a clever stand using the 'but naked' branding for their pre-peeled and vacuum sealed onions says Madison Richards.
Lineage Logistics' Ken Burke and Paul Scott said they are pleased with the amount of visitors and level of interest describing it as the best show ever.
Booth Ranches in the USA represented by Adam Flowers, Aaron Miller and Gino DiBuduo had a good citrus season.
Julien Amar from BioXtend says he had critical meetings, made good contacts but the stand location and show was slower for him.
Berrypeople focus on 365 days a year organic berry production in Baja California says Damon Barkdull, Daniel Waters and McKenzie Downs.
SunWorld's stand was as busy as ever with bunches of table grapes available for tasting. Jennifer Petersen, Rupert Maude, Dane Joubert and Mistie Miller were on hand to see to the many visitors.
The big muddy truck of Lakeside Organic Gardens is to show that they are real farmers who do the dirty work despite being 100% organic producers, says Brian Peixoto.
Howell Farming from North Carolina produce and export sweet potatoes. On the right is Danny Beasly with their UK based client Daniel Badger.
Hawaii fresh produce was represented by Anissa Estrella and Yukashi Smith.
Rudi Uresti and Jorge Chapa found good buyer interest in their Pink Organics label that has been in use for 10 years. They have limes, pineapples, avocados and lemons marketed with the pink branding.
The Crunch Pak team Billy Martin, Gary Zych, Londi Burge and Cindy Grisson says the snack pakcs are selling realy well.
The Ayco Farms team had a variety of fruit and vegetables on display at their big stand.
Stemilt once again had crowds of visitors due to the good work of magician David Harris who wowed people on both days of the show. He finished off by making apples and pears vanish, too.
Blue Creek Produce are year round producers of tomatoes and bell peppers in Texas and Mexico says Tom Maszak, and Roger Riehm owner of the business.
Ciruli Brothers had magician Karl Koppertop surprising and delighting visitors as he lights it up with another trick with Siena Ciruli.
Millstream Farms export a few different varieties of sweet potatoes to Europe says Annette C. Starling.
The Pandol Brothers had a good show said Stefanie Pandol and Andrew Brown.
The Yerecic Label team.
Bob Wilkinson and Rebecca Catlett with Arctic Apple, Okanagan Specialty Fruits. The company now also offers non-browning Fuji apples, in addition to Golden and Granny Smith.
D'Arrigo from California with their full team at their stand were happy to showcase the fresh vegetables they grow and distribute across the US.
Tricar Sales grow vegetables on their own farms with the team Jason Kanis, Kyle McFrath, Juan C. Cardenas and Jorge Ban.
Five Crowns Marketing Leatie Veenstra and Daren van Dyke say they had a good show with many new clients stopping to meet with them.
Stepac's Nicolas Manotas, Enrique Borballa and Wilfred Cota says they had good interest new business leads and projects at the show.
The full StePac team at the 2022 IFPA Global Produce Show in Orlando.
The Delfresco Pure Team.
Easterday Farms had a big team on hand.
North Carolina Department of Agriculture had a big stand with many producers present.
America Berry Farms Adrian Mendez, Hector Velazquez and Freddy Jimenez grow and ship berries from Mexico and the US.
Pacific International Marketing's Spencer Hyosaka, Kim Fellom, Bill Wayne and Cody Hontalas are proud of their fresh organic and conventional vegetables that is exported to Taiwan and Japan via airfreight.
The Stemilt team had a busy show.
The New York Apple Association Harrison Brown, Nathaniel Foster proudly display the apple their members produce and pack.
Lancaster Farming known for their sweet potatoes exports to Europe had Jane Lancaster, Tracy Fowler and Sarah Cassaway.
David and his wife Brianna Posner from AweSum Organics
Damian Baker from Agriculture at work presented a range of practical equipment his company supplies to the industry.
Sunnies are date growers from California. Luke Fountain and Carey Jimenez showcased their value added date energy balls.
Solamex had Alexis Aumega on hand to present their avocados and Persian limes.
Harm Geurs from SYMACH and Tom Ribken, Tim Wight and Jeff Hemsbee from Hayssen are here to help you with all of your bagging and palletizing needs
The DeltaTrack team
Holland Fresh Group Wilma van der Lely trade coordinator and Janine Luten, CEO
Michael Minns, Luuk Rutten and Roy Lemmen with Sormac in front of the belt slicer
Julian Arnts with AgroFair, specialize in organic and FairTrade banana’s
Sebastiaan Hogervorst with Global green team en Thijmen van de Bosch with Bosch growers. You’re a global source of fresh!
The Koppert Team
Aweta Americas team
The team of Jac. Vandenberg, a company with Dutch roots.
The international Keuhne+Nagel team, stands for global teamwork
Barry en Jessica Mulder, with Cool Control. For your logistics, cooling, storage, you name it, they can help you
Jeremy West with Van Doren Sales dealer for PIM machinery and Eric Micklinghoff with PIM
The Rijk Zwaan team, showcasing their colorful blends full of flavor
The Enza Seeds and Vitalis Team
The team of Boix Machinery standing next to the MCT1-TS (The top seal Punnet machine)
Anton Filipo with logistic Business Partners
Team work makes the dream work! Team Ellips
The team of California Endive Farms. From left to right Celina Lemus, Sean Quintero and David Moen.
The Bayer Crop Science team. In red Jenny Maloney, far right Nico van Vliet. Next to Nico are Charles Bergman and Andrew Burchett.
Team Verbruggen, know the art of perfect product stacking