ATLANTA -- The Produce Marketing Association opened its 47th annual convention here last week with a symbolic "passing of the torch," from longtime president Bob Carey to new executive head Bryan Silbermann, during an opening session that characterized both the trade group and the produce industry as dependent on "family culture." "When we come together every October, we look at it as another family reunion," said Silbermann, now president of the association. Silbermann, Carey, and outgoing ...

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