ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- The United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association here agreed to participate as part of a committee that will explore the possibility of an industry-wide assessment as a way to fund the national "5 a Day for Better Health" program. so in Newark. PBH first suggested the idea of an ad hoc committee to explore the possibilities of an assessment. Chuck Sample, director of membership and fundraising for the foundation, said the next step will be for all three groups to select ...
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