Mexican growers have proposed a new tomato suspension agreement

Florida Tomatoes responds to the Mexican Growers' public proposal

The Florida Tomato Exchange has issued the following statement in response to a proposal from Mexican Growers for a new tomato suspension agreement:

  • The domestic industry remains open to negotiating a new suspension agreement to prevent unfairly traded Mexican tomatoes from continuing to injure American tomato producers.
  • We welcome the Mexican proposal because, for the first time, it contains some useful suggestions on how to prevent circumvention of the suspension agreement by Mexican producers.
  • We will be providing comments to the Commerce Department on the Mexican proposal along with ideas on how to improve the earlier Commerce Department proposal from October 2018. We are hopeful this will lead to negotiations between the Mexican growers and the Commerce Department for a new suspension agreement that will finally meet the statutory requirement to eliminate completely the injurious effects of unfairly traded tomatoes."

For more information:
Michael D. Schadler
Florida Tomato Exchange
Ph: +1 (407) 660-1949
michael@floridatomatoes.org
www.floridatomatoes.org


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