WASHINGTON (FNS) -- A federal court decision that could affect the amount of money funneled into generic advertising campaigns is currently being reviewed by the Justice Department, which will decide whether to appeal to the Supreme Court. The controversy arises from a challenge to the federal Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act by 15 California nectarine and peach growers and packers. In late September, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in their favor, agreeing that the U.S. ...

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