WASHINGTON - United Fresh Produce Associationā€˜s Research and Education Foundation, in partnership with Cornell University, launched open registration yesterday for the United Fresh Produce Executive Development Program, a new educational program for produce executives. This is the first of its kind in the produce industry to offer top-level executives a leadership development program. United predicts that this first session, taking place March 11-16, 2007, will bring in more growers and ...

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