Battle royal

Hennessy, Terry
April 1998
Progressive Grocer;Apr98, Vol. 77 Issue 4, p101
Trade Publication
Reports on a sample of impending legislation targeting the produce business in the United States. Impact of the legislation to grocers; Association which has joined the fresh-cut industry in opposing the regulations for both fresh-cut and whole produce; Top concern for most growers. INSET: A bit of good news.


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