ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- With a new executive in charge, the United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association here is working to better define its place in the produce industry. That place appears to be one that focuses on the supply side of the business and on government relations, but at the same time reaches out to all sectors, including retail, according to the executive, Tom Stenzel, who has been president of the national trade group since last August. Stenzel has used his first months in the ...

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