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US farmers demand an end to tariff war with China as their export markets fade
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Sea freight becomes more realistic option for fragile fruit, as new packaging extends shelf life
New packaging has the potential to preserve fruit for up to two months, making the ...
Air freight eyes export boom for North American cherry growers after European frosts
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