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Clinton supports immigration reform, produce in schools

06/10/2014 11:08:00 PM
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Ultimately, Clinton gave Resnick the same answer she’s given the media: She hasn’t decided yet, calling the decision another one of those “hard choices.”

United Fresh schedule

United Fresh continues June 11 with the opening of the expo floor and FreshTech workshops, ending the day with the 10th annual United Fresh Produce Association Retail Produce Manager Award, which recognizes 35 managers from throughout the U.S.

The expo will be open June 13, and United Super Sessions that day cover retail and foodservice trends, as well as fresh-cut/processing issues and others.

A reception honoring women in produce is on June 13, followed by the Retail Produce Marketing & Merchandising Conference Reception: An Evening in Eataly Chicago. The Produce Marketing & Merchandising Conference continues June 13.


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R Henry    
CA  |  June, 11, 2014 at 12:04 PM

United made a poor choice when it hired Clinton. There are many in the industry who are on the opposite side of the aisle, and her presence at the event is a de facto endorsement by United. Going political is not United's best interest.

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