NEWARK, Del. — This week the presidential candidates responded to a set of questions submitted by the United Fresh Produce Association related to how the two hopefuls’ policies might affect the industry.  Keeping regulatory burdens at a minimum was the overall theme of the candidates’ statements related to agriculture regulation, with President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney noting the need to keep American farmers competitive in world markets. That ...

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