SAN FRANCISCO -- The success of the first workshop offered in the Year 2000 series by the newly expanded San Francisco Wholesale Produce Market means more will be planned soon, according to market officials. Some 30 retailers attended the inaugural seminar, Merchandising Organics: Building a Profitable Organic Produce Program, said Michael Janis, general manager. "We're trying to add value for our customers. This training is designed for smaller retailers," he said. "It was a very ...

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