ORLANDO, Fla. -- Representatives from several segments of the produce industry are expected to meet at the United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association's convention here to create a more focused industry plan to deal with food safety. The goal is to form a special coalition comprised of "all stakeholders in produce safety, including companies at each stage of the produce chain" to address some of the more congruent themes of the microbiological safety issue, according to United officials. ...

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