The produce industry continues to find new ways to bring fresh fruits and vegetables to consumers, and at the same time, focus on food safety. Photo by Stephen Sullivan
Pretty soon, retailers, suppliers and other produce industry leaders will head over to the Produce Marketing Association’s annual Fresh Summit Convention and Exposition. The conference, held in Anaheim, Calif., on Oct. 26-28, has a new, shorter schedule, with the education panels consolidated on the first ...
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