WASHINGTON -- The United Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Association's Research and Education Foundation and the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Marketing Service will team up to host four new produce inspection training programs, designed for produce receivers, handlers, buyers, shippers and sellers who want to learn more about USDA inspection procedures, policies and standards. ining program, focusing on different types of inspections, sampling procedures, marketing orders and ...
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