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Latest Florida Agriculture Items
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam will spend four days in Panama in hopes of promoting Florida orange juice and berries to the country's officials and retailers.
A long-running tomato trade war that pitted U.S. and Florida growers against Mexican importers may finally come to an end, as the U.S. Commerce Department has announced an agreement to regulate and control prices.