NEWARK, Del. (FNS) -- As this year's Produce Marketing Association's annual convention and exposition, in New Orleans, Oct. 16 to 20, approaches, the PMA's president, Bryan Silbermann, took the time to discuss with SN the issues facing produce retailers as the new millennium approaches. The PMA, founded in 1949, currently operates under a $9.8 million budget. SN: What awaits retailers in New Orleans this year, and how has the gathering changed over the years? SILBERMANN: We have seen a ...
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