New Orleans -- It was easy to get into the spirit of the Big Easy as all segments of the produce industry converged on this river city for Fresh Summit 2002, the annual convention and exposition of the Produce Marketing Association. Here, retailers, wholesalers, grower/shippers and allied industry members gathered to talk about the state of the fresh fruit and vegetable business, including the new organic standards, food-security issues and updated merchandising ideas.

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