The Southeast Produce Council is going to “Produce Like It’s 1999” at the 2019 Southern Exposure expo and tradeshow March 7-9 in Orlando, FL– which makes sense, because that’s when the organization was founded. SEPC will be celebrating its 20th year, and Southern Exposure will kick things off in style — as always.

If you’ve been to the show you already know it’s the premiere regional produce event in the industry. You also know workshops, events and hotels fill up fast. If you haven’t been, you’re in for a treat.

Either way, you need to know what’s going on. Here’s the rundown — everything you need to know about this show before you head to Orlando: schedules, events, speakers and close-up looks at some key exhibitors and what they’ll be bringing to Florida.

You can also see a video recap of last year’s show below (great work by Scott Vorhees and Tyler Mickley!) You can also check out SPW’s televised 2018 coverage on The RFD-TV Network here (comb your hair — we’ll be back with the cameras this year too) then keep reading for more about this year’s event.

Annual highlights include the Tom Page Golf Classic and Breakfast (this year at Disney’s Magnolia & Palms golf course), the revealing of the Food Marketing Institute’s “Power of Produce” research results, a focus on food as medicine with panelists like Dr. James Hebert of the University of South Carolina leading one session and Dr. Travis Stork headlining the keynote luncheon and, as they say, much much more…


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You can talk about the lux Friday night gala or the Saturday keynote breakfast and tradeshow, but many will tell you the workshops and the annual “Power of Produce” survey presentation in conjunction with the Food Marketing Institute are the real power players at the Southeast Produce Council Southern Exposure expo and tradeshow in Orlando, FL March 7-9. READ MORE

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