See three reasons to register now to attend the 78th Annual Convention, FFVA 2022, September 12-14, at Amelia Island, Florida.

The Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association’s Annual Convention, FFVA 2022, is slated for September 12-14, and registration is now open. According to the FFVA, this “year’s convention will bring together the leading voices in Florida agriculture for thought-provoking conversations on the top issues facing the industry today.” Find three reasons why you should attend the convention and register today.

Three Reasons to Attend FFVA 2022

The FFVA’s Harvester blog offers three reasons why you should attend FFVA 2022:

  • “Hear from industry leaders and acquire the latest industry knowledge. At our breakfast on Wednesday (Sept. 14), hear from the chief business officer of a pioneering food startup that combines gene-editing capabilities, deep crop science expertise and cutting-edge data techniques to cultivate fruits and vegetables. All this and more at this year’s convention.”
  • “Activities for everyone.  Before FFVA 2022 really gets underway, try your hand at a round of golf on an award-winning 18-hole championship course just steps from the hotel or fishing for Black Drum, Flounder, Redfish, and Sea Trout with your fellow anglers. There’s no better way to start your time at convention.”
  • “Wander around the Fernandina Historic District and experience its trendy, coastal downtown. Featuring Victorian-era architecture, unique dining experiences, eclectic shopping options and museums, you will want to make sure you include a stop in Amelia Island’s charming “downtown” during your stay.”

Register for the 2022 FFVA Annual Convention here.

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