After years of rivalry and conflict, the leaders of the two major national trade associations for the produce industry say the groups are finding common ground.
Long accused by industry leaders of duplicating efforts, the groups, the Produce Marketing Association, Newark, Del., and the United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association, Alexandria, Va., are now working together in several areas.
At the same time, they are focusing on
their own missions in a move to differentiate themselves and ...
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