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U.S.-Mexico deal on avocados and potatoes delayed

Amid fanfare and banners, a load of avocados grown and packed in the Mexican state of Jalisco was headed for Texas the week of Jan. 16-21, marking the first time avocados from that region would have access to the U.S. market. While that truck was moving north on the Mexican highway, Potatoes USA and the U.S. National Potato Council issued a[Read More...]

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