IFPA Completes Strategic Plan ternational Fresh-cut Produce Association here has completed a three- to five-year plan that defines the organization's strategic direction, which focuses on enhancing its external role as the recognized voice of the fresh-cut produce industry and on increasing benefits for members, according to a statement. As part of the plan, approved by the IFPA board of directors during a recent meeting in Dallas, the IFPA will hire a lobbyist to facilitate policy-related ...

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