DALLAS -- The Produce Marketing Association demonstrated a preliminary version of a CD-ROM training program amid the technological advances on display at the association's FreshTech 96 conference here earlier this month. Aimed at entry-level produce clerks, the program is designed to cut training time in half and boost retention rates significantly, according to Steve Ahlberg, vice president of member programs for Newark, Del.-based PMA. The trade association plans to make the program ...

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