ATLANTA — Both shoppers and retail executives lent their voices on the produce shopping experience in two back-to-back panels at the Produce Marketing Association's Fresh Summit International Convention and Exposition here this month.
Consumer panel moderator Steve Lutz, executive vice president, Perishables Group, East Wenatchee, Wash., asked if the panelists were buying more or less produce than a year ago, several panelists said that they were buying more — including ...
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