All Things Organic Conference returns to Expo East

All Things Organic Conference returns to Expo East

"Innovations in Organic Foodservice" session is among the Organic Trade Association's offerings at Expo East.

The All Things Organic Conference is less than one month away. This diverse educational opportunity covers a broad spectrum of issues in organic. There’s something here for everyone.

Featured Conference Session: "Innovations in Organic Foodservice"
Featuring Bob Pascal, chief marketing officer, Centerplate
Discussion led by Sylvia Tawse, chief fresh officer, Fresh Ideas Group
Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012, noon to 1 p.m.
Baltimore Convention Center, Room 314

It has been well-documented that a growing percentage of the average American’s diet is consumed away from home. Yet increasingly, consumers are more selective when choosing meals and snacks, driving the growth of organic, local, vegetarian, and other differentiated offerings.

Still, foodservice has remained a largely untapped market for organic companies. Centerplate - one of the world's largest hospitality companies - has made strides in this area, including bringing organic, local chili to the biggest gridiron contest of 2012.

Learn how to position your organic products for this high profile market opportunity.

This exciting discussion is one of many offered as part of OTA’s All Things Organic Conference, hosted at the Baltimore Convention Center Sept. 20-21, 2012.

OTA Member Days
All Things Organic at Natural Products Expo East is the primary, annual gathering place for the Organic Trade Association membership. Join OTA members, Board and staff for association business, member meetings, and social and networking events. In addition to its leading-edge conference track, OTA will also host a Board meeting, Awards Gala, Annual Meeting, Task Force Meetings, Organic Research and Promotion Program Town Hall and a Member Hospitality Lounge in booth #2205.

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