NEWARK, Del. - In light of the truck driver shortage and other transportation problems, the Produce Marketing Association wants to ensure that deliveries of fresh produce will reach their destination. Just a little over a year ago, PMA formed a 19-member transportation task force, made up of retailers, shippers and carriers. The group has met regularly over the past year to review what can be changed or controlled and to develop a set of best practices. Those best practices, aimed at ...

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