“I wouldn’t even have thought of it,” he said.
Anthony Barbieri, PMA’s vice president of sales and business development, said the pavilion was well-received.
“It’s been a tremendous value to all involved,” he said. “This is a unique opportunity for our members and our exhibitors here to show their products and interact with the retailers and wholesalers here. We’re getting some good feedback from our exhibitors about the conversations they’re having and the idea exchanges they’re having.”
PMA plans to expand the Produce Pavilion on the NGA show floor for next year’s convention, which is scheduled for February 9-13 at the Mirage again.