ATLANTA (FNS) -- Celebrating 50 years and looking to the new century, the Newark, Del.-based Produce Marketing Association opened its annual convention and trade show here this weekend, with more than 13,000 people, 1,723 booths and 540 companies represented. "We want to celebrate where we have come from, looking at all the twists and turns," said Bryan Silbermann, PMA president. "But we want to keep our focus on the future with an eye on how we got here." Originally, the PMA started as an ...

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