Exhibitors offer wide variety of produce at NEPC expo

by Gordon M. Hochberg | August 27, 2018

NEPC5816BOSTON — Over 150 exhibitors from across the country displayed a wide variety of produce and floral items Thursday, Aug. 23, at the New England Produce Council's expo. The expo was part of the NEPC's 19th annual Produce, Floral & Foodservice Expo, held Aug. 22-23 at he Hynes Convention Center, here, which was themed Sailing up to Boston.

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