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Oviedo, Florida-based Duda Farm Fresh Foods, a grower of fresh vegetables and citrus, will spotlight its new single count Organic Celery Heart product at the IFPA Global Produce and Floral Show in Orlando. The product also will be on display at the Fresh Ideas Showcase.

The addition to Duda Farm Fresh Foods’ portfolio of produce was created to meet a growing shopper need to reduce waste in the kitchen while still enjoying organic products at a competitive price point.

“This product will help retailers expand their produce offerings to provide shoppers more variety and pique the interest of those purchasing for a single person or smaller household,” said Nichole Towell, senior director of marketing and packaging procurement at Duda Farm Fresh Foods. “With consumers continuing to be mindful of food waste and with an increasing organic market demand, we’ve adapted our current celery heart pack to offer shoppers and retailers more purchasing options.”

The single count organic celery heart is now available to purchase. For those interested in placing an order, contact [email protected]m.

To learn more, stop by booth No. 3761 to speak to a Duda Farm Fresh Foods team member and to see the new product firsthand. For additional information, visit dudafresh.com or follow Dandy Fresh Produce social media platforms for daily inspiration at Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

For nearly 100 years, Duda Farm Fresh Foods has been a grower, shipper, processor and marketer of fresh vegetables and citrus. Known for its celery, the company has expanded its facilities over the years to accommodate recent developments such as celery juicing and other health and wellness trends in order to provide consumers with the freshest celery possible. With primary locations in Florida, California, Arizona, Georgia and Michigan, Duda Farm Fresh Foods carries a commitment to innovation and sustainability and believes in growing a healthy future for generations to come.

The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of A. Duda & Sons Inc., a family-owned, diversified land company.

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