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February 9, 2013 12:00 AM

Fair trade pact with Mexico a boon for Manatee County tomato growers

Happy days are here again for Manatee County's tomato growers. The United States and Mexico finally reached a landmark agreement on pricing of the commodity that will allow American growers to compete with the hitherto underpriced imports from south of the border.

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