KeHE hosts Summer Selling show in New Orleans

KeHE hosts Summer Selling show in New Orleans

Two-day event will bring together more than 3,000 retailers and suppliers in the natural, specialty and fresh product sectors to showcase summer products and new product innovation.

KeHE has announced its annual Summer Selling & Product Innovation Show at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, La. This invitation-only two-day event (Feb. 4 and 5) will bring together more than 3,000 retailers and suppliers in the natural, specialty and fresh product sectors to showcase summer products and new product innovation.

“Our retail and supplier partners rely on our guidance regarding best-in-class products that will perform well during the upcoming summer season,” said Brandon Barnholt, president and CEO of KeHE. “We look forward to showcasing our supply partners’ hottest products, and sharing our insights on successful summer season merchandising.” 

This year’s show features:

  • Consumer shopping and eating insights from The Hartman Group. Laurie Demeritt, CEO of The Hartman Group, will share her team’s shopper insights.
  • Fresh products pavilion showcasing new and exciting products in perimeter store categories.
  • Celebration event at The National World War II Museum.KeHE will be one of the first groups to host its traditional event at this Smithsonian-affiliated Museum, already recognized as one of the top 15 museums in the world.  This is the only Smithsonian Museum located outside of metropolitan Washington D.C.

KeHE has a track record of producing best-in-class food industry events. The Trade Show News Network (TSNN) named KeHE’s Summer Selling Show one of the 2013 Top 25 Fastest-growing Trade Shows in terms of attendance growth. KeHE’s show is the only food industry show to make the list. The KeHE Summer Selling & Product Innovation Show is a private, by invitation-only, industry event. For more information about KeHE’s 2014 shows, visit KeHE.com

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