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Nash Produce increases storage, improves quality of product

By
Maggie Hanna, staff writer

Nash Produce, a leading supplier of sweet potatoes, is excited to talk about its increased storage and improved product quality at this year’s International Fresh Produce Association’s The Foodservice Conference, taking place July 28-29 in Monterey, CA.

“It’s great to get back and see our customers annually,” said Thomas Joyner, president of Nash Produce, based in  Nashville, NC. “Just to visit and talk to them and find out how they’re doing — to have some healthy conversations. I’m looking forward to meeting new foodservice guys too, and picking up new business.”

The main topics of discussion at booth No. 200 where Nash Produce will be exhibiting during the Foodservice Produce Expo will be the company’s volume of inventory, year-round supply and quality of product.

“We increased our storage quite a bit over the past two years, which just improves the quality of the product we ship year-round on the foodservice side,” Joyner said.

Nash Produce has been attending The Foodservice Conference for the last 12-13 years, Joyner noted. “We have a lot of customers who attend it regularly, so we want to have a presence and make sure they know we are able to support them well.”

In other company news, Nash Produce recently added Robin Narron as its head of marketing, Randi Ricks to its sales team and David Bradley to its accounting department.

With its ever-growing staff, storage capabilities and sweet potatoes, Nash Produce remains committed to innovation, quality produce and unrivaled service, staying ahead of the latest food trends, technological advances and food-safety initiatives in order to deliver quality service to its clients.

 

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