WASHINGTON — A trade group argues that tomato prices would skyrocket if the Department of Commerce goes forward with terminating a trade agreement with Mexican tomato growers. “A ‘tomato cliff’ is fast approaching,” said Lance Jungmeyer, president of the Fresh Produce Association of the Americas trade group, in a press statement. “For all practical purposes, time is running out for the U.S. Department of Commerce to reach an agreement with Mexican ...

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