MAITLAND, Fla. — Although the Department of Commerce and the Mexican tomato growers agreed on an updated suspension agreement for imported tomatoes back in March, the Florida tomato farmers are contesting the deal. CONNECT WITH SN ON TWITTER Follow @SN_News for updates throughout the day. The suspension agreement, which suspends an anti-dumping duty investigation by the U.S. government, raised the floor prices on tomatoes imported from Mexico. There has been a ...
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