WASHINGTON (FNS) -- An industry compromise to reform the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act passed the Senate without any debate last week and has been sent to the White House to be signed into law. hased out of the annual license fee program in three years; however, they would still be required to obtain a PACA license and comply with the provisions of the PACA program. License fees would be raised from $400 to $550 for those remaining in the program. The measure also would establish ...

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