NEW YORK — A NEW, 35-MEMBER LEADERSHIP COUNCIL and four new working groups have been named to lead the Produce Traceability Initiative. The new council's members include seven retailers, representatives from five foodservice companies, 14 growers and shippers, four wholesalers and terminal markets, and PTI's four administering associations — the Produce Marketing Association, the United Fresh Produce Association, the Canadian Produce Marketing Association and GS1 US. “This new leadership ...

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