SAN ANTONIO -- How to handle the rapid growth of value-added produce items is one of the biggest operational challenges facing retailers and wholesalers in the coming year. That issue is revealed in an SN survey of attendees of the Produce Marketing Association's annual convention and exposition held here last month. "My greatest challenge is to maintain temperature control [of value-added produce items] from the time of receiving until the time of delivery to the retailer," said Anthony ...

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