ORLANDO, Fla. -- If the Produce for Better Health Foundation, Newark, Del., has its way, 75% of supermarket chains will have some type of 5 a Day program in their stores by the year 2000, said Elizabeth Pivonka, PBH president, during a session at the United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association's convention here. "We probably have that amount of supermarkets who have been involved in 5 a Day, but we'd like to pick up the pace with those retailers, have them do a little bit more intensive ...

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