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Wonderful showcases seedless lemons

Screen Shot 2019-06-17 at 11.15.23 AM CHICAGO — With an eye toward continued innovation in the produce industry, The Wonderful Company officially launched its new line of seedless lemons at the United Fresh trade show, here, and The Produce news caught up with the company to find out what makes this new item so sweet.

Watch our interview with Diana Salsa, director of marketing for The Wonderful Company, to learn more.

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