Southern Innovations Expo: What’s new in the produce industry?

Southeast Produce Council members discuss the Expo that’s taking place this week in Nashville.

Growers are currently gathered right here in Nashville, Tennessee to learn what’s new in the fresh produce industry, and it is all taking place at this week’s Southern Innovation Expo.

Southeast Produce Council’s Raina Nelson spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison about the main highlights for this week’s event, some background on the SEPC, and her role as North American President on the world’s largest avocado producer.

The council’s Treasurer, Kristin Yerecic Scott also spoke with RFD-TV’s own Janet Adkison about her role in the council, the importance of educational and charitable outreach, and her third-generation family business that labels machinery for the ag industry.

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