SAN DIEGO -- Retailers attending the annual convention of the United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association here Feb. 6 to 8 will find that this year's gathering is a key location to discuss the changes sweeping an industry undergoing a merger and acquisition shakeout. United's officials say that the annual trade show will provide a glimpse into the future as to what products and ancillary items are under development and could soon end up in a store near you. "Our exposition showcases the ...
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