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Black Hog Farms Inc., East Palatka, Fla., has paid a Perishable Agriculture Commodities Act reparation order.

The company satisfied the $14,772 order and can again operate in the product if it successfully applies for a PACA license from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Company principals Jonathan Insetta and Luke A. Watkins, who were listed as the officers, directors and/or major stockholders of the business, can now employed by or affiliated with any PACA licensee, according to a news release.

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