PMA PROMOTES PRODUCE CONSUMPTION AT RESTAURANTS ion announced it will provide $25,000 in support for the National Restaurant Association's Nutrition Study Group. The group, which is comprised of corporate nutritionists and food-service operators, will use the funds to study nutrition, labeling and ways to encourage healthy dining decisions. PMA is also a sponsor of the Culinary Institute of America's "Flavor, Quality & American Menus" event, a hands-on program that teaches chefs and ...

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