ORLANDO — Food safety and electronic traceability are currently two of the produce industry's top priorities, and attendees at this year's Produce Marketing Association Fresh Summit International Convention and Exposition will have plenty of opportunities to hear the latest news about both of these critical topics. A total of four general session workshops will be held on the two topics on Friday and Saturday and for the first time this year, PMA will feature a new Food Safety Solutions ...

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