Dealers say marketing agreement an asset for selling Ohio produce

10/19/2012 01:06:00 PM
Jim Offner

Tony DiNovo, president of Columbus-based wholesaler DNO Inc., said he believes strongly in the OPMA.

“We were pushing it ... because traceability is an important part of our business,” he said.

The company is trying to get smaller growers to comply, with some success, DiNovo said.

“We feel it’s taking us in the right direction,” he said.

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