WASHINGTON — The nation's produce growers, packers and distributors can trace back product as needed, and efforts to upgrade the industry to standardized electronic record keeping are already well under way, Bryan Silbermann, president of the Produce Marketing Association, told members of Congress last week. Silbermann testified before the House Agriculture Committee's Horticulture and Organic Agriculture Subcommittee as part of a hearing called to study produce traceability in the wake of ...

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