On November 13, Dr. Richard Sexton presented findings from the recently completed study, “Economic Impacts of the California Avocado Commission’s (CAC) Advertising and Promotion Program: 2013 – 2017” to the CAC Board. Learn more about the results of the study.
Foodservice editors representing some of the top trade publications in the nation joined the California Avocado Commission and others at the 2018 International Foodservice Editorial Council (IFEC) Annual Conference in Raleigh, North Carolina from October 24 – 26.
In preparation for the 2019 California avocado season, members of the California Avocado Commission’s foodservice team traveled to Miami, Florida where they met with culinarians of the top 201-400 ranked restaurant chains.
The Produce Marketing Association Fresh Summit 2018 attracted more than 21,000 attendees from 60 nations, providing the California Avocado Commission with the perfect opportunity to celebrate its 40th anniversary with retailers, handlers, growers, registered dietitians, educators and media members from around the globe.
Even as the California avocado season winds down, it’s important for the California Avocado Commission to remain engaged with California avocado fans as a trusted resource for information and content concerning their favorite fruit. The Commission’s posts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram generated more than 1.5 million social media impressions for the months of September and October.
The three-day Carpinteria California Avocado Fest, known as AvoFest, is one of the largest free festivals in California, with an estimated attendance of more than 100,000. AvoFest is an ideal event for the California Avocado Commission to share new recipe ideas that inspire thousands of fans to expand their usage of California avocados and enjoy the fruit in their beverages, snacks, desserts...
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