USDA restricts New Farm, Parker Products for PACA violations

09/25/2013 04:16:00 PM
Tara Schupner Congdon

USDAThe U.S. Department of Agriculture has sanctioned two produce businesses after they failed to pay reparation awards, a violation of the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act.

They are:

  • New Farm Inc., Brooklyn, N.Y., for failing to pay $24,985 to a New York seller. The responsibly connected officer is Jong Hwa Kim.
  • Parker Products Inc., Goldsboro, N.C., for failing to pay $20,860 to a North Carolina seller. The responsibly connected officer, director and stockholder is Hilda Parker.

As a result, both companies cannot operate in the produce industry.



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joong hee kim    
Ny  |  July, 18, 2014 at 09:21 AM

This was long time ago. when u gonna keep this file? put this information down. we paid everything n u guys still have this kind of info on the web? erase right now!

Chris Koger    
Lenexa, Kan.  |  July, 21, 2014 at 11:53 AM

We did report on the sanctions being lifted. As with all reporting, we post updates, but don't go back and erase all prior reporting on every story. Here's the link to the PACA action lifting the sanction: http://www.thepacker.com/fruit-vegetable-news/USDA-lifts-PACA-sanctions-against-New-Farm-Inc-230893651.html Regards, Chris Koger News Editor

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