NEWARK, Del. -- As part of a new industry initiative, 24 college students enrolled in food and marketing programs, and six faculty advisers will get a first-hand look at careers in the produce business during the Produce Marketing Association's Fresh Summit this month. Courtesy of the Pack Family/PMA Career Pathways Fund, students from six universities and faculty advisers will attend Fresh Summit and "get immersed in it," said Bryan Silbermann, president of the PMA. This marks the first ...
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