ORLANDO, Fla. -- A pair of one-day business conferences devoted to topics affecting the entire produce supply chain highlight United 2002, the 98th annual convention of the United Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Association. The Alexandria, Va.-based organization updated the show's format this year in recognition of larger changes within the produce industry, namely how the buying-selling formula has been restructured in the wake of industry consolidation, according to Tom Stenzel, United's ...

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