While retailers lead the initiative for a universal produce-container footprint, grower/shippers of some commodities are finding themselves pulled in separate directions, torn between providing quality product for consumers, and implementing fundamental packaging changes that satisfy supermarket buying offices. A pair of commodity group representatives detailed their efforts to conform with the evolving standard -- at the same time noting the difficulty involved in the modernization of ...
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