PMA WORKS TO DEVELOP YOUNG TALENT NEWARK, Del. — The Produce Marketing Association's Foundation for Industry Talent [FIT] will present numerous opportunities for aspiring college students and young executives to network and connect with potential employers at this year's Fresh Summit International Convention and Exposition, Oct. 15-18 in Orlando, Fla. In an effort to attract new talent, the [Jay] Pack Family / PMA FIT Career Pathways Program will once again host more than 50 university ...

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