In light of the ongoing recession, the California drought and last summer's salmonella outbreak that devastated the tomato industry before finally being blamed on contaminated peppers, it might sound a bit off to say that the produce industry has had a fairly good year. But looking on the bright side, during the past 12 months, the industry has enjoyed legislative victories that limited some of the more onerous country-of-origin labeling requirements that were in the original 2007 Farm ...
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