Two segments within the pasta category -- imports and refrigerated offerings -- are experiencing difficulties, retailers told SN. products because exporters were allegedly selling pasta in the U.S. market at less than fair value prices. Jula Kinnaird, president of the National Pasta Association, Arlington, Va., said the final determinations will be made by the Commerce Department June 3. But according to some retailers and wholesalers, the preliminary tariffs have already crushed the ...

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