ORLANDO, Fla. -- The food-service industry is hungry for more fresh produce, and both broadline and produce distributors are seeking new ways to satisfy that demand, according to the latest FreshTrack survey conducted by Cornell University for the Produce Marketing Association. Much of the growth will come from sales of fresh-cut, value-added items, according to the biannual poll of suppliers and operators. It's the first time researchers have examined the "other pillar" of the food ...
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