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SEPC attendees learn from leaders at Southern Roots Luncheon

webweb HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC — Women leaders in the produce industry gathered Thursday, Sept. 28, for the Southern Roots Luncheon during the Southeast Produce Council Southern Innovations Organics & Foodservice Expo, Sept. 28-30, at the Westin Hilton Head Island Resort, here. Attendees were able to listen to inspirational speakers and ask one another important questions about what it means to be a leader.

Join Harley Strickland of The Produce News for a look at the Southern Roots Luncheon.

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