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Sold-out Organic Produce Summit kicks off with opening reception

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Retailers, growers, distributors and processors gathered in Monterey, CA, last night as the inaugural Organic Produce Summit kicked off with its opening reception at the Monterey Hyatt. 

The day-and-a-half-long OPS continues today with a series of educational sessions and keynote speakers covering a wide range of topics related to the booming $14 billion organic produce category.

After a lunch break, the OPS moves to the sold-out exhibition floor, featuring a wide array of the world’s largest organic fresh produce companies.

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