SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- California retailers generally support the aims of commodity organizations, according to a recently released study. The study was commissioned and released by the California Agricultural Issues Forum -- a coalition of 15 California marketing groups. It surfaced amidst a climate of some hostility toward commodity groups, which assess growers to create and conduct generic marketing programs. "We wanted to find out what people thought about the impact of these programs," ...

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