Visitors to booth No. 713 at this year’s Produce Marketing Association Fresh Summit can expect to walk away with a wealth of information from Curry & Co., headquartered in Brooks, OR.
“It is an exciting time for Curry & Co., and we’re eager to share all of our recent developments with our customers during Fresh Summit,” said President Matt Curry.
Personnel will turn out in full force to share their news. Company representatives available during the show are Curry; Michael Hively, chief financial officer/chief executive officer; Bruce Turner, director of sales and business development (berries); Dominic Etcheberria, director of berry sales (California); Ernesto Pino of Curry Fruit Chile SA; Jamie Brannen, sales and marketing; Adam Blocker, Jacob Mayfield, Sandra White and Jason Turner, sales representatives; and Richard Pazderski, director of onion sales.
Curry said the company’s imported berry program has expanded, and Pino — a founding partner — will be available to discuss this exciting venture.
“We will also talk about launching of our Southern California office and distribution center, which will be operated by Dominic Etcheberria,” he added.
The company will also discuss the new acquisition of River Point Farms by brothers Bob and Rick Halle and the role Curry & Co. will play.
“Peruvian Sweet onions will be full swing at the show,” Curry stated. “Hermiston Sweets will also be in full swing. We are one of the sponsors of the PMA 5K Fit Race, and it’s one of our favorite events at the show. It’s always so encouraging to see so many individuals are willing to get up early in the morning and share our passion for fruits, vegetables and fitness.”