The Produce Marketing Association moved to the heart of Florida this year with its Fresh Summit convention and exposition, where retailers, wholesalers, brokers and grower/shippers gathered to discuss hot topics like country-of-origin labeling and healthy diets, as well as the current labor situation. The one thing everyone agreed on is that the produce industry needs to constantly change if it is to stay relevant to today's consumer, hence the need for annual meetings like this.

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