NEWARK, Del. -- Officials from the Produce Marketing Association here expressed disappointment last week over the United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association's rejection of PMA's merger proposal. onsider a joint "SuperProduce" convention that would be operated by both entities. (For a story on United's rejection, see Page 1.) Gargiulo said PMA is still willing to negotiate with United to form a single national produce association. The two associations will meet Oct. 14, during PMA's ...

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