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Reception kicks off FPFC Northern California Expo

DSC 0014On Tuesday evening, April 17, exhibitors, attendees and guests kicked off the 2018 Fresh Produce & Floral Council Northern California Expo with a reception held the night before the event at the Doubletree Inn in Pleasanton, CA.  A couple of hundreds industry members – mostly exhibitors – relaxed after spending several hours setting up their respective booths.

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