LOW SURVEY RESPONSE DELAYS FRESH-CUT INDUSTRY REPORT

INDIAN WELLS, Calif. -- Due to an insufficient number of responses to an industry survey, a special report on the state of the booming fresh-cut produce industry has been postponed until mid-May.The report was originally slated to be released at the annual convention of the National Association of Fresh Produce Processors held here March 27 to 30. However, the return rate on the surveys -- mailed

INDIAN WELLS, Calif. -- Due to an insufficient number of responses to an industry survey, a special report on the state of the booming fresh-cut produce industry has been postponed until mid-May.

The report was originally slated to be released at the annual convention of the National Association of Fresh Produce Processors held here March 27 to 30. However, the return rate on the surveys -- mailed to fresh-cut processors in January -- was too low to accurately represent the industry,

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