WELL PICT BERRIES’ 20TH YEAR AT PMA’S FRESH SUMMIT

WELL PICT BERRIES’ 20TH YEAR AT PMA’S FRESH SUMMIT

October 9, 2013

Well Pict to Introduce New Strawberry Variety


For more than 40 years, Well Pict Berries, in Watsonville, has been carrying on a tradition of growing premium, proprietary strawberries and raspberries, offering their customers the very best Mother Nature has to offer. 
This year marks Well Pict Berries’ 20thyear exhibiting at the Produce Marketing Association’s Fresh Summit Trade Show, hosted this year on October 19 and 20 in New Orleans. On the show floor, the Well Pict team will be discussing an exciting new variety of strawberry that will be available in the 2014 growing season, as well as their well-received and ever-growing raspberry program.

“Fresh Summit is always the center of our exhibiting year,” says Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Dan Crowley. “It’s a fantastic chance to keep up with our valued customers, reach out to potential clients, and provide buyers with information on what sets us apart.”


In 1969, Founder Tim Miyasaka and a team of experienced growers began their quest to develop and market the best berry possible. Through time-tested cross-pollination and sustainable farming practices, Well-Pict has become the industry standard with their full line of premium, proprietary non-GMO berries.


For more information on Well Pict berries, please visit www.wellpict.com

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