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D’Arrigo New York reception caps off N.Y. Produce Show

D’Arrigo New York hosted a crowd of produce professionals, including supplier-partners, team members, families, friends and colleagues at its annual holiday cocktail reception. The event, held in the elegant 620 Loft & Garden in Rockefeller Center, followed the close of the New York Produce Show exhibition floor on Dec. 12. The event was a smashing success with everyone joining in the holiday spirit.

Family-owned-and-operated, D’Arrigo New York has served the New York metropolitan area for over 50 years, offering a full line of the highest quality fruit and vegetable.

The company is located in a 75,000-square-foot facility on the Hunts Point Terminal Market in the Bronx. With a fleet of 50 trucks to deliver everything the fresh produce industry has to offer, D’Arrigo New York takes pride in providing its customers with all of their fresh produce supply needs.

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