Forward-thinking produce suppliers share innovations at Southeast Produce Council’s Southern Innovations

Host of Where the Food Comes From, RFD-TV’s own Chip Carter attended the Southeast Produce Council’s Southern Innovations Show last weekend in Charlotte, N.C. to bring us all the exciting new developments in the produce industry.

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Chip Carter interviews SEPC Chairman Mike Roberts at Southern Innovations show in Charlotte
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Chip Carter visits Myrick Produce on the Expo Floor of the SEPC Southern Innovations show
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WTFCF’s Chip Carter catches up with Georgia’s Pecan Nation at SEPC Southern Innovations
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Two generations of onion growers represent Shuman Farms at SEPC Southern Innovations
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WTFCF’s Chip Carter samples Freshway’s sweet selection of exotic fruits at SEPC Southern Innovations
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September means it’s time again for the Southeast Produce Council’s Southern Innovations Show! This year the event was held in Charlotte, North Carolina with the theme of “Race to Discover.”

Host of Where the Food Comes From, RFD-TV’s own Chip attended the show, as always, to keep us up to speed with all the latest innovations in the thriving fruit and vegetable industry!

Along the way, he checked in with SEPC’s Incoming Director Mike Roberts, and took a spin around the show’s expo floor to visit with an array of produce fruit and vegetable suppliers including Myrick Produce, Pecan Nation, Highline Mushroom, Shuman Farms, and Freshway!

For more from Carter and the WTFCF team, click here.

Marion is a digital content manager for RFD-TV and The Cowboy Channel. She started working for Rural Media Group in May 2022, bringing a decade of experience in the digital side of broadcast media as well as some professional cooking experience to the team.
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