Have no fear; Produce Heroes is here! For its second year, Divine Flavor is bringing back its popular campaign, this time featuring tomatoes. Attendees at the 2023 International Fresh Produce Association (IFPA) Global Produce & Floral show will get details about the campaign and the launch of the supplier’s new website.
Divine Flavor Elevates Patrick Cortes to Vice President of Sales and Carlos Bon to Senior Vice President of Sales; Alan Aguirre Comments
In order to build up its operations, Divine Flavor recently announced the restructuring of its executive sales team. Patrick Cortes will now serve as Vice President of Sales and Carlos Bon will step into the role of Senior Vice President of Sales.
Divine Flavor to Showcase Strong Portfolio at Southern Innovations; Patrick Cortes and Michael DuPuis Share
The Southern Innovations excitement is heating up! Divine Flavor is taking to the Southeast Produce Council’s (SEPC) annual event with a powerful portfolio in tow, and the supplier is more than ready to show off the strength of its year-round offerings. As the company gears up for this anticipated event, I touched base with Patrick Cortes, Director of Business Development and Strategic Planning, for more details.
AndNowYouKnow!: “Divine Flavor to Showcase Organic Portfolio at 2023 Organic Produce Summit; Michael DuPuis Details” (6/21/2023)
Merely weeks away, industry members are preparing to swarm Monterey, California, for the 2023 Organic Produce Summit (OPS). Among the companies attending is Divine Flavor, an event sponsor, which will be showing off its lineup of quality organic products. I sat down with Michael DuPuis, Quality Assurance and Public Relations Manager, to get a closer look at the showcase.
AndNowYouKnow!: “Divine Flavor Shares Update on Sonora Grape Season; Carlos Bon Details” (6/5/2023)
This past winter brought many regions across North and Central America cooler-than-normal temperatures which had a domino effect, leading to delays across the industry. Divine Flavor is one grower working hard to overcome these hurdles, and its perseverance has paid off as its Mexican table grape season is bouncing back to normal production in the month of June.
AndNowYouKnow!: “Divine Flavor Brings Spring Melon Deal; Elizabeth Smart and Alejo Bay Comment” (5/2/2023)
Spring is officially in the air, and we here at the ANUK office agreed melons definitely have to be on the table. Watermelons, cantaloupes, honeydew, you name it, consumers want it, and Divine Flavor is ready to meet those demands as the grower and shipper will be in full swing with its melon program for the next 50 days
DIVINE FLAVOR AND SUN WORLD INTERNATIONAL ANNOUNCE COLLABORATION AGREEMENT; ALAN AGUIRRE, DAVID MARGULEAS, AND CARLOS BON COMMENT
“Divine Flavor and Sun World International Announce Collaboration Agreement; Alan Aguirre, David Marguleas, and Carlos Bon Comment” (4/12/2023)
A new partnership between Divine Flavor and Sun World has been announced, which means buyers and consumers alike can gear up for an influx of premium table grapes.
“Divine Flavor Spotlights Culiacán, Mexico, Growers; Carlos Bon SharesJenna Plasterer” (3/28/2023)
ANYK!: “Divine Flavor’s Michael DuPuis Discusses Mexico Program Growth” (12/5/2022)
While in many parts of the United States, we are pulling out our cold weather gear and hunkering down for the winter, in Mexico, produce programs are heating up. With a strong group of grower partners in West Mexico, Divine Flavor is preparing to offer retailers a wide variety of high-quality products to meet shopper demand through the rest of the season.
ANYK!: “DDave Puglia and Michael DuPuis Comment on Upcoming Organic Grower Summit Keynote Presentation” (11/18/2022)
We in fresh produce have a lot to celebrate this time of year, and I’m not just talking about the holiday season. Industry members will rejoice come November 30–December 1, as the Organic Grower Summit (OGS) is coming to Monterey, California. This year’s keynote presentation, called Grower Roundtable: The State of Organic Growing, will no doubt have an impact on the future of the sector, and ANUK just had to know more.