As usual, Bland Farms will have a strong presence at SEPC with its produce and snack items. The Glennville, GA-based company will occupy Booth No. 424 and its sales team is primed to discuss the latest developments.
GLENVILLE, GA – As categories throughout the industry calibrate according to winter weather, providers are already looking ahead at the market for upcoming crops. As spring approaches, the onion market looks to be strong in the lead-up to peak Vidalia and sweet onion season.
GLENNVILLE, GA – Produce departments hoping to draw the eye of health-conscious consumers this winter should take note; Bland Farms has announced a new line of all-natural dressings to be released under its Vidalia Brands® label this January. Vidalia Brands, a sister company to Bland Farms that produces snacks, condiments, seasoning, salsas, dressings, and more, is set to release six new varieties of dressing sure to resonate with both shoppers looking to pep up their fresh produce and retailers trying to boost sales through cross-promotion this winter.
While Glennville, GA-based Bland Farms has been successful growing onions for nearly 30 years, Delbert Bland, president and owner of the company, is excited about the opportunities that adding sweet potatoes to the mix has brought.
Bland Farms LLC of Glennville, GA is known far and wide for its sweet onions — especially its annual abundant Vidalia crop — but over the last two years, Bland has sweetened the deal even further with the addition of another traditional Georgia staple, sweet potatoes.
Bland Farms Vidalia onion deal wrapped up the first week of August in 2015 but ran almost three weeks longer this year due to a bumper crop. But that doesn’t mean the company’s Peruvian sweet deal is holding back.
GLENNVILLE, GA – Temperatures are beginning to cool and we’re entering the last stretch of 2016, where root vegetables like onions and sweet potatoes will start taking center stage on menus. AndNowUKnow connected with industry expert Delbert Bland, President and Owner of Bland Farms, to reflect on the sweet onion season and forecast what is to come.
GLENNVILLE, GA – As the Vidalia onion fresh season winds down in Georgia, Delbert Bland, President and Owner of Bland Farms, took the time to tell me about how product and demand have been looking in previous weeks, as well as a bit of what we can expect in the days to come.