Next gen health relies on us

AW
Updated November 23 2015 - 2:50pm, first published July 15 2015 - 3:56pm
Produce Marketing Association president Cathy Burns says the fresh produce sector has the ability to change the health trajectory of the next generation.
Produce Marketing Association president Cathy Burns says the fresh produce sector has the ability to change the health trajectory of the next generation.

THE current generation has a responsibility to improve the health of those coming after it, according to the international head of the Produce Marketing Association.

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AW

Editor of Good Fruit and Vegetables.

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