Coming to Visalia and Salinas

Coming to Visalia and Salinas

July 17, 2013

United Fresh Town Hall Events Coming
Town Hall events bring together members across the supply chain, state officials and allied industry professionals to learn more about and provide a forum to discuss key issues including legislative, food safety, regulatory, traceability, nutrition, new market development, along with regional and commodity-specific issues that impact the produce industry.

United Fresh staff returns from these Regional Town Hall Meetings with great insight on the challenges faced by member operations and how United Fresh can best serve the needs of our membership.

Town Hall events are complimentary for both members and non-members, and lunch is provided.

For more information on Town Hall events, or to offer to host a Town Hall in your area, please contact Jeff Oberman, vice president of membership and trade relations, at 831-600-8922 or joberman@unitedfresh.org, or Miriam 
Wolk, Vice President of Membership & Marketing, at 202-303-3410 or mwolk@unitedfresh.org.

The schedule: 

 Aug. 8, Visalia, Calif.; hosted by California Grape & Tree Fruit League and California Citrus Mutual.

Aug. 9, Salinas, Calif.; hosted by Grower-Shipper Association of Central California.

More information on Fresh Impact Tour locations, as well as town hall registration options, is on the United Fresh website.


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