ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- In an effort to distinguish its exposition, the United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association here is taking the show-floor emphasis away from fresh produce and placing it instead on equipment and technology. In a letter sent to members June 4, the board of directors' Convention Task Force said the shift will eliminate the greatest area of duplication between United and the Produce Marketing Association, Newark, Del. "We want to work with PMA to build this clear ...

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