The past year has been one of successes and setbacks for the produce industry. Notably, in November, the United Fresh Produce Association, together with the Produce Marketing Association and the Canadian Produce Marketing Association, announced the formation of a Joint Traceability Steering Committee. Consisting of representatives from more than 30 retailers, foodservice companies and produce suppliers, the steering committee has been working to develop farm-to-table traceability solutions, ...
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