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PBH's Soiree engages attendees' senses and social spheres

DSC 0512SCOTTSDALE, AZ — Dieticians, bloggers, influencers, retailers and produce professionals all gathered for a fun "Social Soiree" during the Produce for Better Health's Annual Conference, Wednesday evening, April 24, at the Omni Resort & Spa at Montelucia, here.

Attendees were encouraged to not only socialize in-person, but online as well with some help from the new PBH Produce Ambassadors, who live-tweeted and posted behind-the-scenes pics from each participating sponsor's food station to truly engage people's senses and social spheres!

Sponsors of the Social Soiree included the California Cling Peach Board, Dole Food Co., Dole Packaged Foods, Duda Farm Fresh Foods, Marie's, Monterey Mushrooms, Naturipe Farms, Red Sun Farms, USA Pears, and Welch’s.

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