ATLANTA -- New standard configurations for corrugated-cardboard produce boxes promise to make them more competitive against returnable plastic containers, which have impressed some retailers with their long-term resilience and consumer acceptance, according to paper advocates who spoke to a packed room at Fresh Summit '99 here, the annual convention of the Produce Marketing Association, Newark, Del. The new footprints were established as a voluntary measure by the Fibre Box Association, ...
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