Oviedo, FL-based Duda Farm Fresh Foods finds value in all of the trade shows in which it participates.
Regional Sales Manager Bob Sloate said the company is always dedicated to meeting new customers and introducing new items and packaging to current customers.
Duda Farm Fresh Foods’ hospitality extends to visitors alike at the Viva Fresh Produce Expo-Gateway to the Americas, being held on April 20-22, at the Hilton Austin & Convention Center in Austin, TX.
“Viva Fresh provides us with an opportunity to connect with new growers from Mexico, and to find logistics solutions with our partners in Mexico,” said Sloate. “Duda Farm Fresh Foods will be exhibiting at booth No. 710, and we invite all visitors to stop by to view our product line and learn more about our company.”
Joining Sloate at the booth with be Regional Sales Manager Tim Ross and Business Development Manager Jeff Goodale.
“We will continue to promote our Dandy brand fresh-cut celery line, our complete celery snacking line as well as our refreshed packaging for fresh-cut Ready Radishes,” noted Sloate. “Also, for the third year, Duda Farm Fresh Foods will be featuring our All American Snack Baseball packaging for our celery items. The program runs from April through October.”
The company’s exhibition booth will also be displaying its spring and summer corn. And Duda’s representatives will be discussing promotional opportunities with attendees.
Duda Farm Fresh Foods’ has enjoyed a long and successful history that its staff is happy to share. Founded in 1909 by Andrew Duda shortly after he moved to the U.S. in search of the American dream, the company has been growing and evolving since. Duda’s vision was to provide people with farm fresh products at an affordable price and that tasted as if they were grown in their very own gardens.
That vision continues today and has passed through five generations of Duda family members. Providing freshness, flavor and quality products—still at affordable prices—remains its primary goal. The company continues to strive for excellence and continues to keep the family’s farming business running strong.
In addition to celery, Duda Farm Fresh Foods grows, markets and ships numerous citrus products, leafy greens, cabbage and more.
“Showcasing produce grown in the Southwestern United States and Mexico applies strongly to our company,” Sloate pointed out. “Duda has a large growing operation in Arizona, and so we stand firmly behind this statement.”