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Voices From the Industry: An Outlook on the Organic Produce Summit 2021

Voices From the Industry: An Outlook on the Organic Produce Summit 2021



MONTEREY, CA - One of the most coveted organic events of the year is just weeks away, and I don’t know about you, but I’ve been looking forward to it all year long. The Organic Produce Summit (OPS)—slated for its Monterey, California, return on September 15–16—is the meeting ground for some of the best minds and innovators in the sector. Combined with a buy-side organic demand that has skyrocketed in recent years, and you have a show fit for milestone status.

Besides my own excitement, I can say without a doubt that a few of our dearest friends feel the same way. Check out their anticipation as we gear up for OPS 2021.

Anthony Innocenti, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, LIV Organic Produce

Anthony Innocenti, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, LIV Organic Produce"The Organic Produce Summit is one of the premier trade events for LIV Organic Produce and is the highlight of the year for us. We have continued to broaden our reach across the country, and the value we offer to all retailers makes us an asset for any buy-side program. In addition, we are very excited about the completion of our renovated packing house for citrus and our expansion on onions and potatoes. See you all in Monterey!"

Angela Hernandez, Director of Marketing, Trinity Fruit Company

Angela Hernandez, Director of Marketing, Trinity Fruit Company"I am incredibly thrilled for the Organic Produce Summit this year and every year! OPS is one of my favorite shows. The event is intimate and really allows our Trinity Fruit Company team to showcase our organic portfolio and connect with retailers to further our business opportunities and sustain our relationships. See you all in Monterey and come see Trinity Fruit at booth #324!"

Mark Munger, Vice President of Marketing and Strategy, 4Earth Farms

Mark Munger, Vice President of Marketing and Strategy, 4Earth Farms“OPS is right around the corner, and our 4Earth Farms team is fired up about this event. We attend several national and regional shows each year, and OPS has consistently delivered the best return on our investment by far. The show’s smaller format and its exclusive focus specifically on organic produce bring in a higher caliber of customers and allow us to have very targeted and strategic conversations. We are looking forward to meeting our customers face to face and very much appreciate all of the safety precautions the OPS team has in place to ensure this is a safe, high-energy, and valuable event.”

The Organic Produce Summit (OPS)—slated for its Monterey, California, return on September 15–16—is the meeting ground for some of the best minds and innovators in the sector

Rob Spinelli, Sales, Anthony Vineyards

Rob Spinelli, Sales, Anthony Vineyards"Our team at Anthony Vineyards is looking forward to this year's Organic Produce Summit and attending an in-person event of such a high caliber. OPS continues to bring the organic community together and creates an opportunity for us to showcase our organic grapes and dates and talk shop, reconnect with current partners, and build new relationships."

Frances Dillard, Vice President of Brand and Product Marketing, Driscoll's

Frances Dillard, Vice President of Brand and Product Marketing, Driscoll's“Bringing together thought leaders across different specialties and sectors of organic is what OPS is known for. The show promotes broader industry collaboration and generates support to meet the growing consumer demand for organic produce. The pandemic lockdown has impacted how consumers shop and eat, and OPS is the perfect time to further identify those challenges and opportunities that will allow us to increase fresh produce consumption and the new demands of the day."


Monterey is a-calling, and we are answering! See you all at the Organic Produce Summit September 15-16!

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