NEW ORLEANS — The United Fresh Produce Association kicks off its annual trade show here this week, May 2-5, and attendees certainly won't be at a loss for topics to discuss. The Food Safety Modernization Act was signed into law this winter, the Produce Traceability Initiative continued progressing toward its goal of electronic traceability throughout the produce supply chain, and Congress was embroiled in a budget debate that ultimately led to cuts in national nutrition programs, in addition ...
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