NEW ORLEANS -- Growing demand for fresh produce hasn't kept the supply side of the business from being hit with extremes, ranging from oversupply to drought and deep freezes. The continuing effort to bring both ends closer together will be a featured topic of discussion in the aisles during the Produce Marketing Association's upcoming Fresh Summit, scheduled for Oct. 13-15 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center here. Government activity is also capturing attention at all levels of the ...
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