Produce industry associations and commodity commissions are planting seeds in the Internet information superhighway. Within the last several weeks, the Produce Marketing Association, Newark, Del.; the California Strawberry Commission, Watsonville, Calif., and the California Avocado Commission, Santa Ana, Calif., have all gone on-line and are making produce-related information readily available on new electronic sites on the World Wide Web, a graphically oriented segment20of the Internet. ...

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