MONTEREY, Calif. -- The Produce for Better Health Foundation is stepping up its efforts to bring in more members in a move to raise an additional $600,000 needed to meet its 1994 budget projections. At its recent annual meeting here, the foundation's board of directors agreed to a plan that includes realignment of staff and resources as well as an aggressive membership drive to reach a budget goal of $1.5 million by year's end. Membership in the foundation is open to anyone interested in ...

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