MONTEREY, Calif. -- The produce industry is going more high-tech, with two CD-ROM training programs hitting the market. One of them, a produce training program from the Produce Marketing Association, Newark, Del., was released this week at the Annual Produce Conference here. PMA said the new program is aimed at entry-level produce employees. It touches on such subjects as customer service, safety and sanitation, the perishability of produce, basic receiving and storing, maintaining ...

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