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Grow Your Business with Interra International
Reaching an anniversary is a major business milestone. At Interra International, we are proud of all that we have achieved and are celebrating our 20 years of commitment to the food industry.

Enchanted Holiday Affair in Midtown Atlanta

Our Holiday gathering this year was held at Bishop Station – a restored 1920s warehouse in the heart of Midtown, Atlanta. As guests arrived, an air of welcomeness brought together our team gathering for drinks and hors d’oeuvres, enjoying and showing off their best dressed attire for the evening. After…

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Global Outreach: Mexico

This quarter, we highlight the exceptional work of our Interra Mexico team, who recently undertook a significant community outreach initiative in the heart of Monterrey. In a gesture of goodwill, the team managed to deliver a remarkable 71 sandwich combinations to the families of patients at the Hospital General de…

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Cleaning Up Our Own Backyard

This fall, a group from Interra joined Ranger Dave Thomas and his crew for a cleanup of the Chattahoochee River Park and National Recreation Area in Atlanta, GA. The park follows a 48-mile stretch of river that starts at the Buford Dam which creates Lake Lanier, one of Georgia’s largest…

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Interra Wins Exporter of the Year Award

On May 23, Deputy Commissioner Mary Waters of the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) visited our Atlanta headquarters and presented Interra with the 2022 Exporter of the Year award.  The Interra team gathered around as Deputy Commissioner Waters praised our group for our commitment to exporting and our success…

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US Trucking Companies Struggle to Maintain Drivers

The trucking industry has always been essential in the US economy to keep the flow of goods going. Roughly 70% of freight in the country is delivered by trucks, including most essential goods like food, water, and vaccines. However, for years the industry has been dealing with a shortage of…

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