NEW YORK — Offering a large selection of locally grown produce is worth the extra effort it requires, and major produce growers should focus more on emphasizing flavor in their products. These were two of the topics discussed by a group of retailers here last week at the first annual New York Produce Show and Conference, during a panel moderated by Perishables Pundit and Produce Business founder Jim Prevor. In alphabetical order, the panelists were Jim Bisogno, who recently retired from his ...

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