Tomato suspension agreement having little effect

08/27/2013 09:49:00 AM
Tom Burfield

“It’s good for everybody.”

King said there is widespread grower support for “a mechanism to make sense of the tomato market.”

Historically, there have been oversupplies of open-field, greenhouse and shade house tomatoes, and that has led to low prices.

“Low prices don’t benefit anyone,” he said.


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