ANAHEIM, Calif. -- If the produce industry is calling the just-concluded period of retailer consolidation an earthquake, then everyone is still feeling aftershocks -- that is, the intensity may have diminished, but the landscape continues to change. So, it seems especially appropriate that the Produce Marketing Association has selected Anaheim in Southern California as the site for its Fresh Summit 2000 convention and exposition. Bryan Silbermann, president of the Newark, Del.-based trade ...
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