ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- The annual conference and exposition of the United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association next month will feature several changes from years past that promise to underscore the trade group's commitment to serving all segments of the produce industry. That is according to association President Tom Stenzel, who told SN in a preconvention interview that United, based here, is working hard toward its goal of serving the industry "from seed to table," both at the annual event ...

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