UFFVA

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UFFVAUnited Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Association
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"The United Produce Show will offer a cutting-edge opportunity for produce to influence consumer trends and highlight the latest products," says Amy Philpott, vice president, marketing and industry relations, at Washington, D.C.-based UFFVA.
Trade association representative -- Thomas Stenzel, UFFVA, Virginia.
14; John Mejia, Industry Develops Organic Definition, SUPERMARKET NEWS, July 24, 1989, at 19 (reporting on the worries of some that the UFFVA's task force on organic food, which did not include anyone from the organic industry, would not represent the best interests of the organic community).
Henley wasn't able to hire Brosseau to help UFFVA revise its evaluation form.
PROGRESSIVE GROCER recently caught up with Stenzel to learn up-to-the minute insights into his organization's top priorities, foremost objectives, and key learnings to be revealed at UFFVA's forthcoming third concurrent joint show with FMI.
The groups involved in the voluntary agreement include NGA, the Food Marketing Institute, UFFVA, National Cattlemen's Beef Association (NCBA), National Pork Producers Council and the National Fisheries Institute.
Since 9-11, the UFFVA also formulated a task force to coordinate efforts to implement safety procedures for the entire fruit and vegetable industry.
Aiming to bring further strength to the product industry's food safety and nutrition initiatives, Tong, most recently director of health and safety regulatory affairs for the National Restaurant Association, will work closely with UFFVA's v.p., Donna Garren, a Ph.D.
PMA, GMA and UFFVA say they support both organic and conventional methods of farming.
"There is a much greater emphasis on the quality of individual commodities, especially in Japan and the UK," says Tom Stenzel, president and CEO of the United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association (UFFVA), Alexandria, Va.
"We see the marketplace getting broader, with fruits and vegetables becoming increasingly global," says Tom Stenzel, president and CEO of the United Fresh Fruits and Vegetable Association (UFFVA), Alexandria , Va.
Sarah Delea, vice president of communications of the United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association (UFFVA), agrees that isolated incidents can trigger unwarranted consumer concern.