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A U.S.-Mexico spud saga

The story of U.S. potatoes and Mexico is “pretty simple,” John Keeling, executive vice president and CEO of the Washington, D.C.-based National Potato Council, said recently. Keeling and everyone else in the industry is hoping the end of the story isn’t too convoluted — and that it’s not of “War and Peace” length. After U.S. spud growers gained access to Mexico beyond the earlier accepted 26-kilometer zone along the border, CONPAPA, an organization representing Mexican potato growers, brought not one, not two, not three, but 10 lawsuits to prevent it from happening. More

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