The produce industry has demonstrated a significant interest in engaging buyers and sellers at regional events. These events have become popular because of the limited investment of time and money required for participation, the depth of conversation created in a more intimate atmosphere, and the regional focus.
Exhibit booths will be limited to 10′ x 10′ for this fast-paced, but effective, five-hour exposition, and ample time is available for social and networking opportunities over the two days.
A recent survey of the 2014 Produce Conference & Expo attendees provided the following insight in the audience you will reach:
83% of attendees influence the purchase of products and services exhibited at Midwest Produce Expo.
87% of attendees found new companies to do business with in the exhibit hall.
|8%||Director of Produce Procurement|
|17%||Other (includes HR, Educator)|
|4%||Food Service Operator|
|11%||Sales Manager/Director of Sales|
|2%||VP of Perishables|
Primary Type of Business:
|23%||Specialty Food Retailer|
The Packer’s Midwest Produce Conference & Expo will be promoted aggressively to this high-level audience using every medium at our disposal, which will include:
.99 Cents Only Stores
Affiliated Foods Midwest
Associated Grocers Baton Rouge
Associated Wholesale Grocers Kansas City
Associated Wholesale Grocers Springfield
B&R Stores, Inc.
Baldwin City School District 348 Food Service
Ball's Food Stores
Berkots Super Foods
Caito Foods Service, Inc.
Capital City Fruit
Centralized Supply Chain Services
College of the Ozarks
Cosentino's Food Stores
Crest Fresh Market
Fresh Concepts Inc
Fresh Food Express LLC
Fresh Encounter / Chiefs Supermarkets
Gordon Food Service Store
Grant County Foods/Castellini Company
H. M. Distributors, Inc.
Harps Food Stores
Johnson County Community College
Keith Connell, Inc.
Liberty Fruit Co., Inc.
Market Fresh Produce
McKeever Price Choppers
Rays Apple Market
Save A Lot
Stepp Produce Company
Strube Celery And Vegetable Co.
And many more!