DALLAS -- A variety of consumer and lifestyle trends are converging to create a bright future for the fresh-cut produce industry, according to an industry observer who spoke here at the 13th Annual International Fresh-cut Produce Association Conference and Exhibition. "I have never seen an industry segment that is so perfectly positioned as the fresh-cut industry today," said Elizabeth Sloan, Ph.D., president of Florida-based Sloan Trends & Solutions. "And it has such great years ahead ...

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