The weather forecast for PMA Fresh Summit in NOLA is sunny, warm and a bit humid! No hurricanes or big thunderstorms are in the forecast. Pack the short sleeve shirts and swim trunks.
Wednesday – 78 and sunny
Thursday – 81 and sunny
Friday – 82 Partly sunny and very humid
Saturday – 85 Partly sunny and humid
Find Chelan Fresh at Booth #2261 and look for SugarBee™ buzzing around. Take a photo with our SugarBee™ Apple mascot and tag #FreshSummit , #WhereIsSugarBee, #ChelanFreshSummit for a chance to win our Chelan Fresh prize pack!
What does Better Together Mean? Booth #2261
Visit us at our booth and ask us what Better Together means to you as our customer.
- Cascade Crest Organics – Increased organic production
- SugarBee™ Apple – Find out what all the Buzz is about around this new apple variety.
- Rockit™ Apple – The perfect Grab n’ Go apple with new packaging options.
- KORU® Apple – This sweet tasting NZ apple has us excited about our domestic production that will allow for 9 month programs at retail.
- Cup o’ Cherry™ – So easy and so good. The perfect way to eat a cherry.
- Orondo Ruby™ – Find out about our very own sweet tasting, beautiful cherry.
- Honeycrisp – We have over 20% of the Washington State Honeycrisp crop just for our customers.
What to say in NOLA – Who dat?
The people of NOLA have spent generations coining their own special phrases. Here are a few you should understand and weave into your vocabulary before you hit the ground in the Big Easy.
Where y’at? – When someone asks you this, they don’t want to know where you are, this phrase really means “How are you?”
F’sho or F’true – Really means that you agree.
How ya mom’n’em – If someone asks you this they want to know “How is your immediate family is doing?”.
Fais Do Do – If you are invited a Fais Do Do you should go! This is a Cajun dance party.
Who Dat? – Started by vaudeville acts and early jazz & big band performers. This signature line has become the the cheer for the hometown Saints.
Pinch the Tail and Suck the Head – This refers to the proper way to eat a crawfish.
Beignet – Pronounced “ben YAY”. The classic NOLA pastry. Warning: don’t eat these if you are wearing black pants.
Lagniappe – Lan-yap is a noun that means a little extra. Extra fries, extra sauce.
For more tips on surviving in the the Big Easy check out https://theculturetrip.com/north-america/usa/louisiana/articles/15-new-orleans-words-and-phrases-you-should-learn-before-visiting-the-city/.