Oct 3, 2012
U.S.-Mexico tomato fight puts jobs, prices on the line

Mexico and the United States are gearing for a costly showdown over fresh tomatoes – a $3.5-billion business for the two countries – in a move that could boost the fortunes of some American tomato farmers but raise prices for U.S. consumers. Los Angeles Times

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