Despite erroneous claims by the Fresh Produce Association of the Americas, the Florida Tomato Exchange hasn’t proposed any changes to the Tomato Suspension Agreement.
The Florida Tomato Exchange is pushing the Department of Commerce to fundamentally change long-standing industry sales practices to the benefit of a small group of Florida growers and the detriment of the produce industry at large.
Any information deemed credible will be forwarded to the U.S. Department of Commerce with a request to be treated under an Administrative Protective Order so that it will not be made public.
Nearly five months after they began, how well have the border inspections worked?
The U.S. International Trade Commission found that dumped Mexican tomatoes threaten the U.S. tomato industry. The …
The investigation was suspended on September 19, 2019, when a new suspension agreement between the Department of Commerce and Mexican growers and exporters went into effect. U.S. trade law, however, permits domestic producers to request continuation of the investigation.
STATEMENT: Florida Tomato Exchange Urges USDA to Act Quickly to Stop Tomato Disease from Spreading in U.S.- General News
The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) issued an alert yesterday regarding the Tomato Brown Rugose Fruit Virus (ToBRFV), which was recently detected in Mexican tomatoes at several grocery stores in Florida.
The Florida Tomato Exchange welcomes the signing today by the U.S. Department of Commerce and Mexican tomato exporters of a new agreement suspending the antidumping investigation of fresh tomatoes from Mexico.
There’s a new agreement for Mexican tomato imports, but importers are concerned about at least one provision.
PRESS RELEASE Washington, D.C., August 21, 2019 – After 23 years of suspension agreements that never …