WILMINGTON, Del. -- In a letter to 300 supermarket chains, produce industry leaders have asked retailers to reconsider supporting the dairy industry's 3-A-Day For Stronger Bones campaign, and avoid connecting the produce industry's 5 A Day program with 3-A-Day in advertising and promotion. It's the latest effort by produce to stop dairy from using the 3-A-Day logo, which produce leaders insist infringes on the 5 A Day trademark, held by 5 A Day's government partner, the National Cancer ...

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