NEWARK, Del. -- The Produce Marketing Association is at a crossroads, and where it heads next will signal where the fresh produce industry is going, too. The association is in the midst of a heated debate over whether it should merge with the other national trade group, the Alexandria, Va.-based United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association. That debate was raised this spring by a merger proposal from United, but also driven by an industry tired of duplication and searching for more ...

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