Revamped baby leaf containers to debut at Organic Produce Summit

Braga Fresh is a sponsor of the 2022 Organic Produce Summit in Monterey, California, where it will debut a revamped Josie’s Organics Baby Leaf container with a new graphic design and less plastic. It will be exhibiting in booth #301 at the show on July 14.

“This year, it’s all about the packaging as customers and consumers have requested,” said Kori Tuggle, vice-president of marketing and product development. “We’ll showcase our 1 lb. baby leaf containers that now have a 23 percent plastic reduction, are 100 percent recyclable (including the labels), and have an updated design.” The 1 lb. baby leaf containers have a 23 percent plastic reduction, are 100 percent recyclable (including the labels), and have an updated design.  

On July 13, the company will host an OPS field tour at the Braga Home ranch. The tour will travel through the Salinas Valley to the home of Josie’s Organics in Soledad, where attendees will rotate through short learning stations that cover topics such as regenerative farming, laser weeding, pollinators, good bugs, and bees. There is an invitation-only reception later that evening.

On Thursday, July 14, Eric Morgan, vice-president of environmental science and resources, will participate in the education session, “Regenerative Ag 101: Regenerative the New Organic.”

The new, reduced plastic and 100 percent recyclable container is also available to Braga Fresh private label partners.

For more information:
Kori Tuggle
Braga Fresh   

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