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Southern Innovations 2018 tops the charts

falonweb NASHVILLE, TN — The Southeast Produce Council's 2018 Southern Innovations Organics & Foodservice expo took place Sept. 6-8 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center, here, and by the looks of it, this show is really topping the charts!

Get a backstage pass to the hit expo with SEPC host, Falon Rufty, as she chats with attendees and exhibitors on the trade show floor.

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