International Fresh Produce Association Releases IFPA 2022 Year in Review; Cathy Burns Shares
WASHINGTON, DC & NEWARK, DE - As we prepare to close out 2022, the International Fresh Produce Association (IFPA) is looking back over a year of successes and valuable member experiences. Sharing the highlights of its first year as an association, the organization has released its IFPA 2022 Year in Review, a multimedia tour of its key highlights and headlines of the past year.
“More than 3,000 members around the world believed in a new vision for our industry,” said IFPA Chief Executive Officer, Cathy Burns. “IFPA exists to serve our members, our industry, and the world at large, and we are incredibly grateful for the privilege to create a vibrant future with you. This 2022 Year in Review is a celebration of all of our members and our achievements together.”
According to a press release, the Year in Review offers up a timeline of the organization’s events, research, awards, and more with a special focus on showcasing how IFPA has worked to deliver on the industry’s priorities this year. The review images and perspectives from members who joined IFPA at signature events, Foundation for Fresh Produce activations, and more, celebrating all that the association has accomplished this year with the support of the industry and association members.
“The Year in Review is more than just proof of promises kept,” said Burns. “It is a testament to just how much the world needs our industry’s leadership, expertise, and products. Whether we were on stage at Consumer Technology Association’s CES, networking at the Southern Africa Conference in Cape Town, or sharing our Produce Moonshot with policymakers at the White House Conference, the power of produce and floral was clear—and we’re just getting started.”
The Year in Review can be accessed on the IFPA website, including highlights, images, and headlines from IFPA’s first year.
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