FABREO Expo 2018

Fourth Annual FABREO Food & Beverage Expo

At a Glance:

The NEXT STEP for START-UPS in the Pacific Northwest Food & Beverage Industry!
The FABREO Expo is a Trade Only event. All participants must be at least 18 years old. Alcohol and/or cannabis based products will not be exhibited.
Space is limited!
Location:
TRAC Center
6600 Burden Blvd.
Pasco, WA 99301

To be a Friend of FABREO or for additional information, please contact Gary A. White, TRIDEC, 509-735-1000 or gwhite@tridec.org

Attendee Registration
Exhibitor Registration

4TH ANNUAL FABREO
FOOD & BEVERAGE EXPO

June 13 & 14, 2018  | TRAC Center, 6600 Burden Blvd, Pasco, WA

Exhibitor and Attendee Registration
NOW OPEN!

REGISTER TODAY!

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The FABREO Expo is the NEXT STEP after the home kitchen, the commercial kitchen and the farmers market. It provides the education, suppliers, service providers, trade show experience and, most important, the brokers, distributors, retailers and exporters that START-UP food and beverage entrepreneurs absolutely, without-a-doubt, need to expand regionally, nationally and internationally.

What participants said about the FABREO Expo 2017

“I thought this was a great event! Very well run. The luncheon was my favorite part, getting to hear the vendor pitches and learn a little about them in that setting was very valuable.”

Jessica Truhan, Regional Vendor Relations & Promotion Manager IMW, DPI Specialty Foods, Tualatin, OR

“Thanks for the invite to the conference. I enjoyed being able to network with the producers there and learn about the products. I came away with some great leads for new products and vendors.”

Danny Leonard, Director of Purchasing, Medosweet Farms, Kent, WA

“We had a great time at your event and got some solid sales leads.”

Brent Dallman, Director of Foodservice Sales and Development, Spokane Produce, Spokane, WA

“We appreciated the opportunity to participate! Found it was very informative, and met some new contacts that had some great products. The luncheon show was a highlight, the 4 minute “Speed dating” presentation was a smart idea! Really allowed the new companies to tell their story, and highlights.”

Joseph Pregent, Account Executive/Seattle, Vistar Northwest, Portland, OR

Wednesday, June 13

Food & Beverage Boot Camp, Day #1. Learn the fundamentals on how the industry works from the experts. They will be available to answer your questions.

Columbia Basin College Networking Reception. Network with food & beverage entrepreneurs, brokers, distributors, retailers, exporters, suppliers and service providers while enjoying delicious food and beverages. Shake a lot of hands. Exchange a lot of business cards! Build your team!

Thursday, June 14

Food & Beverage Boot Camp, Day #2. A continuation of the Wednesday series, but with a few surprises!

Opportunity Luncheon presented by the Tri-Cities Port Districts. Featuring up to 20 food and beverage start-ups that will be presenting their stories of vision, struggle and success. Their presentations will bring tears to your eyes and joy to your heart!

Trade Show. This is where the newest and coolest food & beverage companies in the Pacific Northwest will be displaying their incredible, magical, market-busting products, looking for the brokers, distributors, retailers, exporters, suppliers and service providers that can help them grow their business.

The cost for all events is included in the exhibitor and attendee fees.

The FABREO Expo is a Trade Only event. All participants must be at least 18 years old. Alcohol and/or cannabis based products will not be exhibited.  Space is limited!

For further information, please contact Gary A. White, TRIDEC, 509-735-1000, gwhite@tridec.org

Exhibitor and Attendee Registration starts February, 2018

FABREO Expo 2018 Agenda

TRAC Center, 6600 Burden Blvd., Pasco, WA 99301


Wednesday, June 13, 2018

10a – 5p Booth Set-up (TRAC Center Exhibition Hall)

10a – 5p  Food & Beverage Boot Camp, Day #1 (TRAC Center, Room #2)
Learn the fundamentals on how the industry works from the experts. They will be available to answer your questions.

10a – 11a The Necessity of Marketing and Selling Your Products Online
Presented by Dennis Miller, Principal and Derek Munson, Designer/Web Developer, Artmil Design

11a – 12N US Commercial Service…..Speaker and Subject To-Be-Determined

12N – 1p LUNCH BREAK

1p – 2p Disruption in the Food and Beverage Industry
Presented by Wendy Ramsey, Small Business Marketing Manager, Pacific Northwest, UPS

2p – 3p Pasco Specialty Kitchen…..Speaker and Subject To-Be-Determined

3p – 4p Legal Entity Selection for the Food and Beverage Industry
Presented by David Enquist, CPA, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, Manager, Moses Lake, Washington

4p – 5p Why is the Right Package Important or Secrets to Packaging Success
Presented by Keva Sonderen, Principal, Account Executive/Marketing, Sonderen Packaging

5p – 7p Columbia Basin College Networking Reception (TRAC Center Atrium)
Network with food & beverage entrepreneurs, brokers, distributors, retailers, exporters, suppliers and service providers while enjoying delicious food and beverages. Shake a lot of hands. Exchange a lot of business cards. Build your team!

Thursday, June 14, 2018

9a – 11a Booth Set-up (TRAC Center Exhibition Hall)

9a – 11a Food & Beverage Boot Camp, Day #2 (TRAC Center, Room #2)
A continuation of the Wednesday series, but with a few surprises!

9a – 10a FSMA Compliance – What, When, How
Presented by Craig Doan, Food Safety & Food Processing Specialist, Impact Washington

10a – 11a Gaining the Advantage in Foreign Markets by Working with Export Expert
Presented by Rebecca Weber, International Trade Specialist, Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA)

11a – 1p Opportunity Luncheon presented by the Tri-Cities Port Districts (TRAC Center Exhibition Hall)
Featuring up to 20 food and beverage start-ups that will be presenting their stories of vision,
struggle and success. Their presentations will bring tears to your eyes and joy to your heart!

1p – 5p Trade Show (TRAC Center Exhibition Hall)
This is where the newest and coolest food & beverage companies in the Great Pacific Northwest will be displaying their incredible, magical, market-busting products, looking for the brokers, distributors, retailers, exporters, suppliers and service providers that can help them grow their business.

5p – 8p Booth Tear Down (TRAC Center Exhibition Hall)

Boot Camp Seminars


Wednesday, June 13, 2018

10a – 5p Food & Beverage Boot Camp, Day #1 (TRAC Center, Room #2)

Learn the fundamentals on how the industry works from the experts. They will be available to answer your questions.

10a – 11a The Necessity of Marketing and Selling Your Products Online

Presented by Dennis Miller, Principal and Derek Munson, Designer/Web Developer, Artmil Design

www.artmil.com

With technology constantly evolving and the internet growing larger every day, it can be difficult — or even overwhelming! — to get started with marketing and selling your products online. How do you even begin to build your website? How do you target customers that will buy your product? How do you stay competitive in search results? Dennis and Derek hope to answer all of those questions and more!

First, they’ll discuss how you develop an action plan to establish your online presence. This involves promoting your brand through your website, SEO, e-mailed newsletters, and social media like Facebook and Instagram. Second, they’ll discuss developing your plan for selling your products online. Selling your branded products online involves having a professional, well-maintained e-commerce website.

They’ll also discuss the pragmatics of how your clients will purchase your products and how you will distribute them, and they will share their experience with online strategies for food and beverage processors and other e-commerce sites. They’ll show visual examples of branding and web design that relate to marketing and selling online.

Dennis Miller is the founder of Artmil, located in Kennewick, WA. His design firm has 24 years equipped local and regional businesses to successfully present themselves in retail and web markets with contemporary branding and award-winning graphics for print and web design. He has received numerous advertising design awards over the years. He has built a fine, talented team of creative professionals ready to meet every challenge to make Artmil’s business clients competitive in today’s marketplace. Dennis also serves as Communications Director for his local BNI chapter, Tri-Cities Business Alliance. He received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Eastern Washington University. He worked in the Advertising Department for five years for a large publishing company in Springfield, MO. He also taught graphic design for two years at Evangel College in Missouri and five years at Columbia Basin College.

Derek Munson joined Artmil five years ago, bringing with him 10 years of prior experience in graphic design, web development, and marketing. With hundreds of projects under his belt and numerous GDUSA and Addy awards to his credit, Derek has done branding, design, and web development work for everything from small mom-and-pop food brands and food tourism organizations on up to educational institutions, municipal organizations, and government agencies. Beyond creativity, he’s also honed his skills as an adept troubleshooter, managing the day-to-day operations of the almost 80 websites that Artmil maintains. Derek thoroughly enjoys coming in to work each day, excited to develop new projects alongside the very talented and creative team at Artmil. A self-taught designer and developer, he recently went back to school and is currently pursuing his Bachelors in Web Design and Development through BYU-Idaho.

11a – 12N Digital Strategy for eCommerce: Exploring the eCommerce Sales Channels

Presented by James Bledsoe, Director, eCommerce Innovation Lab (EIL)

www.export.gov/ecommerce

Creating a cross-border ecommerce digital strategy for your business is very important because it clearly outlines areas requiring your attention and resources in order to succeed selling through the cross-border ecommerce sales channels. This presentation was created to provide an overview of the ecommerce sales channel, and how developing a digital strategy can help you to optimize your business processes.

James will initially cover some basic considerations and definitions of the ecommerce sales channel, with case studies to illustrate the importance of having a digital strategy. Then he will explore the ecommerce sales channel itself, identifying and understanding the four main channels for online sales: Your website, online marketplaces, social media, and third party in-country distributors (using their web-presence for sales is the ecommerce component). The emphasis of the presentation is to understand the mechanics of the ecommerce sales channels, and how to structure you approach to your business’s digital strategy that will optimize your business’s performance in these ecommerce sales channels.

James Bledsoe is Director of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s eCommerce Innovation Lab (EIL), and is based out of Tacoma, Washington. James has worked for the Department of Commerce in international trade for five years, where he focuses on the digital economy and how that engages the current “trade ecosystem.”

James is a Washington State native, having graduated from both Washington State University (BA Chinese, Political Science) and the University of Washington’s Jackson School of International Studies (MA China Industrial Studies). Prior to this James served 11 years in the U.S. Air Force as a civil engineer, deploying multiple times in service of our country.

1p – 2p Disruption in the Food and Beverage Industry

Presented by Wendy Ramsey, Small Business Marketing Manager, Pacific Northwest, UPS

www.ups.com

When Amazon enters an industry you are almost guaranteed that it will change radically. Wendy Ramsey knows that very well because the transportation industry has seen a lot of change influenced by the online giant. With the acquisition of Whole Foods by Amazon, the specialty food industry will see disruption of supply chains and traditional business models. However, these events also bring many positives. In this session Wendy will discuss current trends in grocery delivery, buyer behavior and what you may need to change to take advantage of the new opportunities available to your business.

Wendy Ramsey has 26 years of service with United Parcel Service (UPS) and has a background in Business Development, Contract Pricing, Compensation, Budget Planning, Profitability Management and Marketing. She is currently the UPS Small Business Marketing Manager for six states in the Pacific Northwest. Her passion is championing the cause of small businesses and startups to help them grow and succeed. Most recently, Wendy worked on a new product launch for the UPS Access Point Program.

Although she currently resides in Seattle, Wendy grew up on a small farm in Eastern Washington near Spokane.

 

2p – 3p Commercial Kitchens – How They Work & Why They Are Important

Presented by Luke Hallowell, Executive Director and Damien Davis, Operations Manager, Downtown Pasco Development Authority

www.downtownpasco.com

The budding entrepreneur, huddled around their kitchen stove, sifts, pours, blends and stirs the ingredients together, mumbles a few encouraging words, increases the temperature from moderate to high until the ingredients become one incredible, delightful processed food product. Friends and relatives agree (especially Mom), this baby has potential. You are going to get rich! But……

Before you purchase that shiny black Porsche 911 Carrera with the red leather interior or that white stucco villa on the French Riviera, you need to learn how to manufacture that product in large quantities, understand what equipment is needed and how to use it, select the appropriate containers, design “wow! labels and packaging, test market the product in the “real world” (without Mom) and, possibly, reformulate, redesign and retest until the market says, “Yes, this is it!”

The is the role of certified commercial incubator kitchens. They are the next step after the home kitchen for most food and beverage entrepreneurs, featuring access to a fully-equipped, licensed commercial facility – at a reasonable price – while providing start-up businesses with the needed resources and education for success. Anyone – from home cooks to restaurant chefs – can translate their culinary specialty into a manufactured, packaged, commercial product.

Luke and Damien, based on their experience with the highly successful Pasco Specialty Kitchen, will describe how commercial incubator kitchens work and why they are important to the food and beverage industry. They have a passion for the industry and its potential to revolutionize a community’s economy. They are also responsible for the Pasco Farmer’s Market (farmer’s markets are a very important marketing link for food and beverage start-ups), a booming food truck program, the Fiery Foods Festival and the Cinco de Mayo Festival.

Luke Hallowell, prior to working for the Downtown Pasco Development Authority, was the program manager for Fields of Grace, a board member at Habitat for Humanity – Tri County Partners and Development Officer at the Kadlec Foundation. Fluent in Spanish, Luke graduated from Washington State University, College of Business and Economics with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Business.

Damien Davis is a recent transplant from Portland, Oregon. He has over 25 years of experience in the food and hospitality industry ranging from owning and developing new concepts to operations and customer service. Damien is a graduate of Western Oregon University where he earned an undergraduate and master’s degree. Damien considers himself a locavore and has a passion for connecting people to the food around them.

3p – 4p Legal Entity Selection for the Food and Beverage Industry

Presented by David Enquist, CPA, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, Manager, Moses Lake, Washington

www.CLAconnect.com

How your company is legally structured is one of the first decisions you will make as a business owner and one of the most important. There are potentially long-lasting tax, legal, and other consequences to consider when choosing a legal entity type and each situation is different. David will discuss the different legal entity types (Corporation, LLC, Sole Proprietorship, etc.), the advantages and disadvantages of each and the critical areas you should consider in selecting the right legal entity type for your business today and into the future.

David Enquist has 10 years of experience providing auditing, assurance, consulting and tax services to various companies and individuals. David has worked almost exclusively with privately held agribusiness, manufacturing and distribution clients including producers, processors and cooperatives. David is also involved on both the CLA National and Western Region Agribusiness and Cooperative industry leadership groups.

He has written guest posts for the CLA FarmCPAToday blog and also Perspective articles published on the CLAconnect.com website regarding relevant industry matters for privately held businesses. He has also spoken professionally at different agribusiness and cooperative conferences and seminars over the last few years.

David is a graduate of Washington State University where he holds a Masters of Accountancy. He is a member of the Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants (WSCPA), the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), and the National Society of Accountants for Cooperatives.

4p – 5p  Why is the Right Package Important or Secrets to Packaging Success

Presented by Keva Sonderen, Principal, Account Executive/Marketing, Sonderen Packaging

www.sonderen.com

You’ve got 1/10 of a second. Just more than a blink of an eye. That’s it. Within 1/10 of a second, your customer will respond to your package. Structure, color, graphics, type, brand. All absorbed – or rejected – in less time than it takes to snap your fingers.

You spend a tremendous amount of time and money investing in the best, most unique products in the market today. Your packaging must reflect that investment. In this seminar you will learn 1) why packaging is important 2) what questions you should be asking potential packaging suppliers 3) how to analyze your current packaging and 4) how to package better and smarter than your competitors.

Keva Sonderen, born and raised in Spokane, joined the Sonderen Packaging Team in 2004 as a Customer Service Representative, handling the accounts of some of their largest customers. Her current position is Inside Sales and Marketing. Keva is not only an expert in the packaging industry, but also a dynamic speaker who is passionate about helping companies develop the right packaging for the right product in the right market. She is a third- generation owner of the company and looks forward to a bright future.

Keva earned a business degree from Eastern Washington University in Spokane, where she enjoyed a successful and decorated volleyball career, including foreign travel to Italy, Spain, Austria, Germany, Slovenia, the Czech Republic and Brazil. Through sports she learned many life skills that directly translate into her commitment to Sonderen such as hard work, discipline, the ability to handle tough situations under pressure, leadership and teamwork. One of her favorite sayings is “Never Settle for Less than Your Best.”

Thursday, June 14, 2018

9a – 11a Food & Beverage Boot Camp, Day #2 (TRAC Center, Room #2)

A continuation of the Wednesday series, but with a few surprises!

9a – 10a FSMA Compliance – What, When, How

Presented by Craig Doan, Food Safety & Food Processing Specialist, Impact Washington

www.impactwashington.org

Craig Doan has over 30 years of experience in the food industry and academics specializing in food safety, food processing and food innovation. Craig has developed, launched and/or reformulated over 200 products for retail, small business and food service markets. He has authored and co-authored multiple professional journal publications, patents and technical book chapters. His background includes: Account Executive, Food Safety & Food Processing Specialist, Food Consultant, Senior Manager Product Research & Development for the Kraft Heinz Company and Food Microbiologist for the State of Idaho, University of Idaho.

Craig is a FSPCA Preventive Controls for Human Food Lead Instructor, a FSPCA Preventive Controls Co-Instructor for Animal Food, a FSPCA Foreign Supplier Verification Lead instructor, and a Lead Trainer for the Produce Safety Alliance Produce Safety Rule in Washington, Montana, and Idaho, assisting food companies with Food Safety Modernization Act compliance.

FSMA Compliance – What, When, How

On August 30, 2015 the FDA published final rules for implementing regulations in the area of preventive controls for human food and animal food. The compliance clock triggered on September17, 2015 with the following compliance deadlines for human food and animal feed/pet food processors:

  • Large Businesses September 17, 2016
  • Small Businesses September 17, 2017
  • Very Small Businesses September 17, 2018

This can be an overwhelming task without guidance. Craig will discuss the options and timing that small businesses need for FDA compliance.

10a – 11a Gaining the Advantage in Foreign Markets by Working with Export Experts

Presented by Rebecca Weber, International Trade Specialist, Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA)

www.agr.wa.gov

The global marketplace has the potential to be profitable for your business but can sometimes be a little intimidating. Resources are available to help you find success while doing business overseas. Rebecca will explore some of these resources and provide you with the first steps in maximizing your market potential.

Rebecca Weber is an International Trade Specialist for the Washington State Department of Agriculture’s International Marketing Program, based in Kennewick, WA. In this capacity, Rebecca works to facilitate contacts between Washington State companies and international buyers. Further, she helps companies identify export opportunities, access trade promotion programs and mitigate market access barriers.

Rebecca is a graduate of the Washington Ag Forestry Leadership Program and has obtained the Certified Global Business Professional credential. Prior to joining the WSDA in 2004, Rebecca worked as the Manager of International Operations for Asia with the U.S. Grains Council in Washington, DC, and as International Affairs Specialist and Research & Scientific Exchanges Management Specialist for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service. Rebecca is a graduate of Washington State University. She was raised on a diversified livestock and grain farm in Washington State, which her family still owns and operates.

ATTENDING BROKERS/BUYERS

Carniceria La Carreta (no website available)
Evergreen Fancy Foods, Inc. (www.evergreenfancyfoods.com)
Haversack Sales (www.haversacksales.com)
Kennewick Red Apple (www.kennewickredapple.com)
Market2Market Sales & Marketing Group, LLC (www.market2marketllc.com)
R&K Foods, Inc. (www.rnkfoods.com)
Sysco (www.sysco.com)
The Napoleon Co. (www.napoleon-co.com)
Vern’s Food Service Distribution (www.vernsfoodservice.com)
Washington Export Group (no website available)
Westpac International Trade, LLC (www.westpacintl.com)
Yoke’s Fresh Market (www.yokesfreshmarkets.com)

PARTICIPATING EXHIBITORS

Anew Toasted Muesli (Booth 55) [www.anewfoods.com]
Backcountry Bar (Booth 32) [www.backcountrybar.com]
Banner Bank (Booth 34) [www.bannerbank.com]
Benton Franklin Council of Governments (Booth 19) [www.bfcog.us]
Blue Mountain Station (Booth 51) [www.bluemountainstation.com]
Buhrmaster Baking Co. (Booth 39) [www.buhrmasterbakingco.com]
CBC Hospitality (Booth 26) [www.columbiabasin.edu]
Comet Candy Ltd. (Booth 47) [www.cometcandy.com]
DQS, Inc. (Booth 17) [www.dqsus.com]
D’Arcy’s Catering (Booth 33) [www.missdarcysbakeshoppe.com]
extravaGONZO Gourmet Foods, LLC (Booth 17) [www.extravagonzofoods.com]
Flour Farm, LLC (Booth 63) [www.flour.farm]
Giannis Fine Foods (Booth 57) [www.giannisfinefoods.com]
HAB Sauce, LLC (Booth 41) [www.habsauces.com]
Harbor Creek Farms (Booth 37) [www.harborcreekfarms.com]
Harvey’s (Booth 48) [www.harveysbrb.com]
J. Wilbur Foods (Booth 61) [www.jwilburfoods.com]
Killian Korn (Booth 46) [www.killiankorn.com]
LifeXtend Unlimited (Booth 67) [www.lifextendunlimited.com]
Mama Monacelli’s Kitchen (Booth 52) [www.mamamonacelli.com]
Mama Too’s (Booth 54) [www.mamatoos.com]
Mary’s Candies (Booth 53) [www.maryscandies.com]
Milne Fruit Products (Booth 50) [www.milnefruit.com]
Oma & Popie’s Marinades, Spice Blends & More (Booth 65) [www.omaandpopies.com]
PEDA (Booth 18) [www.prosser.org]
Pasta Mama’s (Booth 49) [www.pastamamas.com]
Pat ‘n Tam’s Beef (Booth 38) [www.patntamsbeef.com]
Queen of Hearts Hemp Foods (Booth 36) [www.queenofhearts.com]
Red Mountain Kitchen (Booth 69) [www.redmountainkitchen.com]
The Shrubbery (Booth 58) [www.theshrubberyllc.com]
Snacktivist Foods, LLC (Booth 45) [www.snacktivistfoods.com]
Sorbatto (Booth 66) [www.sorbatto.com]
Swell Gelato for Dogs (Booth 56) [www.swellgelato.com]
Talos Engineering, Inc. (Booth 59) [www.talosengineering.com]
Tabletree Montana (Booth 70) [www.tabletreejuice.com]
Timber City Ginger (Booth 62) [www.timbercityginger.com]
Time to Profit (Booth 43) [www.mytimetoprofit.com]
TRIDEC (Booth 24 & 25) [www.tridec.com]
Try Tri-Cities! (Booths 21-23) [www.tridec.org/try-tri-cities]
Visit Tri-Cities (Booth 40) [www.visittri-cities.com]
Voodoo Signature Spices and Sauces (Booth 35) [www.doyouvoodoo.net]
Walla Walla Cheese Company (Booth 44) [www.wallawallacheesecompany.com]
WA State Small Business Development Center (Booth 75) [www.wsbdc.com]
Wildland (Booth 68) [www.wild.land]
Yakima Hop Candy (Booth 60) [www.yakimahopcandy.com]

The 2018 FABREO Expo Interactive Booth Map and Directory Listings are brought to you by:

FRIENDS OF FABREO

Apollo Mechanical Contractors (Booth 8)
Artmil Design (Booth 9)
Clifton Larson Allen (Booth 11)
Columbia Basin College (Booths 64 & 65)
Conover Insurance (Booth 10)
Hong Kong Trade Development Council (Booth 71)
Impact Washington (Booth 13)
Kenyon Zero Storage (Booth 12)
Pasco Specialty Kitchen (Booths 16 & 74)
Sonderen Packaging (Booth 15)
SVN (Booth 14)
Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business (Booth 73)
TRIDEC (Booth 24)
UPS (Booth 20)
Washington State Department of Agriculture (Booth 72)

LAMB WESTON START-UP PAVILION

Anew Toasted Muesli (Booth 55)
Backcountry Bar (Booth 32)
Bloom Caramel (Booth 40)
Buhrmaster Baking Co. (Booth 39)
D’Arcy’s Catering (Booth 33)
extravaGONZO Gourmet Foods, LLC (Booth 42)
Flour Farm, LLC (Booth 63)
Giannis Fine Foods (Booth 57)
HAB Sauce, LLC (Booth 41)
Harbor Creek Farms (Booth 37)
J. Wilbur Foods (Booth 61)
LifeXtend Unlimited (Booth 67)
Mountain Mel’s Essential Goods, LLC (Booth 66)
Oma & Popie’s Marinades, Spice Blends & More (Booth 65)
Pat ‘n Tam’s Beef (Booth 38)
Queen of Hearts Hemp Foods (Booth 36)
The Shrubbery (Booth 58)
Swell Gelato for Dogs (Booth 56)
Tabletree Montana (Booth 70)
Timber City Ginger (Booth 62)
Umapine Creamery (Booth 43)
Voodoo Signature Spices and Sauces (Booth 35)
Yakima Hop Candy (Booth 60)

EXHIBITORS

Anew Toasted Muesli (Booth 55)
Backcountry Bar (Booth 32)
Banner Bank (Booth 34)
Benton Franklin Council of Governments (Booth 19)
Blue Mountain Station (Booth 51)
Buhrmaster Baking Co. (Booth 39)
CBC Hospitality (Booth 26)
Comet Candy (Booth 47)
DQS, Inc. (Booth 17)
D’Arcy’s Catering (Booth 33)
extravaGONZO Gourmet Foods, LLC (Booth 42)
Flour Farm, LLC (Booth 63)
Giannis Fine Foods (Booth 57)
HAB Sauce, LLC (Booth 41)
Harbor Creek Farms (Booth 37)
Harvey’s (Booth 48)
J. Wilbur Foods (Booth 61)
Killian Korn (Booth 46)
LifeXtend Unlimited (Booth 67)
Mama Monacelli’s Kitchen (Booth 52)
Mama Too’s (Booth 54)
Mary’s Candies (Booth 53)
Milne Fruit Products (Booth 50)
Oma & Popie’s Marinades, Spice Blends & More (Booth 65)
PEDA (Booth 18)
Pasta Mama’s (Booth 49)
Pat ‘n Tam’s Beef (Booth 38)
Queen of Hearts Hemp Foods (Booth 36)
Red Mountain Kitchen (Booth 69)
The Shrubbery (Booth 58)
Snacktivist Foods, LLC (Booth 45)
Sorbatto (Booth 66)
Swell Gelato for Dogs (Booth 56)
Talos Engineering (Booth 59)
Tabletree Montana (Booth 70)
Timber City Ginger (Booth 62)
Time to Profit (Booth 43)
TRIDEC (Booth 24 & 25)
Try Tri-Cities! (Booths 21 – 23)
Visit Tri-Cities (Booth 40)
Voodoo Signature Spices and Sauces (Booth 35)
Walla Walla Cheese Company (Booth 44)
WA State Small Business Development Center (Booth 75)
Wildland (Booth 68)
Yakima Hop Candy (Booth 60)

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