Fruit, vegetable expo to highlight marketing

Roberson, Roy
December 2005
Southeast Farm Press;12/7/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 27, p18
Trade Publication
The article previews the 20th annual Southeast Vegetable and Fruit Expo that will be held during December 12-14, 2005, at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. The expo is combined with the 23rd annual Eastern North Carolina Vegetable School. The theme of the show is "Cultivating New Deals." Richard Dahl, chief operating officer of Dole Food Co., will be one of the guest speakers, who will discuss some the business aspects of the farm produce business. The Expo will also have a trade show featuring the latest crop varieties, irrigation equipment, farm chemicals and processing equipment.


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