NEWARK, Del. -- With its long-time No. 2 man now poised to take the helm, the Produce Marketing Association here is likely to make a smooth transition in staff leadership when President Bob Carey steps down in two months. Bryan Silbermann, currently executive vice president for PMA, was named the new president, effective July 1, following a meeting of PMA's executive committee late last month. Carey is leaving PMA after 38 years of heading what is now the nation's largest produce trade ...

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