Grinstead sentencing set in in Adams Produce case - The Packer

Grinstead sentencing set in in Adams Produce case

04/18/2013 02:27:00 PM
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When Adams Produce filed for bankruptcy, more than 60 produce companies initially claimed they were owed more than $12 million under the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act. In October the bankruptcy judge handling the case cleared the way for 48 of those companies to be paid up to $8 million through a claims procedure.

Edwin Adams founded Adams Produce in 1903. The company grew to include distribution centers across the Southeast U.S. The Adams family sold the company to executives and a private equity firm in 2010. The company filed for bankruptcy in 2012, ceasing operations in April.

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darrell james    
Little Rock  |  May, 10, 2013 at 01:30 PM

I just want to no when should we be receiving our check it have been a streesful life since i lost my job because of there greedness i am in dept because i owe others people by borrowing money from them just to get by u no. I just want any money that i am entitled to thank u.

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