Like the rest of the produce industry, commodity boards representing specific fruits and vegetables have been forced to re-examine their relevancy in a business that's quickly becoming globally based and increasingly sophisticated. The court decision earlier this year that effectively shuttered the Washington Apple Commission is serving as a wake-up call for other such boards to update their charters, by-laws and programs, retailers and industry representatives told SN. "I think there's ...

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