LAS VEGAS — The United Fresh Produce Association’s Research and Education Foundation today announced plans to develop a new Center for Global Produce Sustainability, which will initially be funded by a $1.1 million endowment grant over four years, given by Bayer CropScience. The announcement was made here at the opening general session of the United Fresh Show 2009 by United Fresh Chairman Tom Lovelace, of McEntire Produce, and John Smith, director of the Horticulture Region for Bayer ...

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