ORLANDO, Fla. -- The United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association used the venue of its annual convention here to make clear it intends to take the lead in helping the produce industry deal with thorny food safety issues. During a panel discussion called "Produce Outlook 97: Focus on Food Safety," United's president and chief executive Tom Stenzel laid out the Alexandria, Va.-based association's six-point game plan for assuming that leadership. "I want to share with you United's commitment ...

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