ATLANTA -- The International Fresh-Cut Produce Association will offer a glimpse into the future at its ninth annual conference, "2001: A Fresh-Cut Odyssey." ith Garrett, president of Arlington, Va.-based IFPA. "Issues such as expansion, who are the consumers that will be buying precuts in the next few years, and what are the opportunities for precut in the food-service sector." The conference will feature a new emphasis on marketing, according to Garrett. "We haven't had a lot of marketing ...
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