IRVINE, Calif. (FNS) -- Western Growers Association, here, has fired off letters to the top 70 retailer chairmen and presidents in the United States urging them to sign a pledge to forego slotting fees and similar business practices in the fresh produce category. The letter, written by David Moore, WGA president, stated that grower/shippers have been asked to pay slotting fees, computer/technology related fees, advertising and promotional allowances, interview fees, category management ...

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