ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- The United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association here has added two new divisions, one for produce processing and another for international trade. The processing division will focus on all sectors of the produce processing business, including source and regional fresh-cut processors, wholesalers and distributors who wash, cut, repack or modify raw produce; retailers and food service operators who process in-house, and companies that buy fresh produce as ingredients or ...

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