WASHINGTON -- The first of three reports from federal researchers on the origins and implications of certain controversial trade practices in the produce department is due out shortly, said coordinators for the federal study. According to Mark Denbaly, chief of the food markets branch of the Economic Research Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture here, the first report sketches the changing landscape of the produce industry as it applies to the relationships between retailers and ...

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