S. Abraham & Sons Plans 37th Annual Trade Show

This year's theme: 'Sail Into Higher Profits, Steering You Into 2023 and Beyond'
S. Abraham & Sons trade show
Photograph courtesy of S. Abraham & Sons

Distributor S. Abraham & Sons Inc. (SAS) will host its 37th annual Vendor Exhibit & Trade Show February 23–24 at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids, Michigan. With the theme “Sail Into Higher Profits, Steering You Into 2023 and Beyond,” the event will provide retailers with a six-week buying opportunity from Jan. 23–March 5 to place orders on the Marketing Arm Trade Show portal.

SAS added 25 new manufacturers to its trade show this year. Some of the manufacturers to be featured include:

  • Naturipe Foods, featuring a variety of bento boxes, fruit cups and parfaits
  • Nordic Waffles, offering stuffed waffles in three varieties
  • Bidi Stik vape products
  • Black Buffalo chew
  • Mason Vitamin products
  • Iconic Candy, bringing back Crème Savers
  • Nick’s, a new Swedish-style snack bar
  • Hostess' Kazbars and Bouncers
  • C-Force bottled water
  • Meat snack offerings from Charqui Jerky, Field Trip Meats and Wild Bill’s Wild Chicken Chips

Foodservice innovations featured in Captain Abe’s mock c-store will include Franke, Schaerer and Bunn Fast Cup bean-to-cup coffee equipment, Champs Chicken, Hanger 54 Pizza and David’s Cookies.

S. Abraham & Sons is a subsidiary of Imperial Trading Co., Elmwood, Louisiana. They operate six distribution centers serving 21 states with marketing, distribution and technology solutions to convenience retailers. 

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