It's been a great year for the United Fresh Produce Association. The Washington-based group scored a major victory recently, when the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children finally allowed its participants to begin purchasing fruits and vegetables with their food vouchers in all 50 states in October 2009. Now, the group is setting its sights higher, hoping to get salad bars installed and stocked in all of the nation's 100,000 schools. They may have found a ...

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