NEW ORLEANS -- Coding products to speed identification throughout the distribution channel has become an integral part of doing business. But the produce sector is still lagging behind the grocery industry, panelists said during a session of the Newark, Del.-based Produce Marketing Association's annual meeting here. The panelists, who included retailers, industry consultants and produce experts, said that there are enough standard coding techniques available today to greatly simplify the ...

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