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NEWS RELEASE FROM PORT TAMPA BAY & UPDATE ON IPO GLOBAL PINEAPPLE CONFERENCE




























































Plans are finally coming together for the IPO Global Pineapple Conference that will be held in Tampa, Florida on the 19th & 20th of March 2014.







We are less than 32 days away from the event and we will be publishing an agenda next week complete with guest speakers.






A PRESS RELEASE  was sent out on Friday, February 14, 2014 to major International Publications.








Expect to see coverage on a Global Scale :




** The much anticipated presentation by the USDA / AMS on the process for forming a Pineapple Research and Promotion Board will be one of several important issues addressed in Tampa.






** Port Tampa Bay is part of a gulf of Mexico strategic alliance called THE GULF COAST ADVANTAGE which includes the Ports of Houston, Mobile and of course our host, Port Tampa Bay.




** New Trade lanes and logistical alternatives will be explored.




** As always you will hear from major stakeholders in the Pineapple Supply Chain.




** We will cover production and markets from around the world.




** Food Safety updates as well as Technological innovations will be presented as well.








Thank you very much for your patience.







The wait will be rewarded.




































The Port of Tampa Bay (Tampa Port Authority) has exciting plans for the IPO Global Pineapple Conference (TAMPA) scheduled for Thursday March 20th 2014.



A formal press release will be forthcoming.



Stay tuned ...











































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