ITA TO RULE IN SEPTEMBER ON MEXICAN TOMATO PRICES

WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The tomato war between U.S. and Mexican growers continues to be waged, despite one recent federal ruling that said Mexico isn't harming American tomato growers with its low prices.The next salvo is scheduled for Sept. 5, when the Commerce Department's International Trade Administration will give a preliminary ruling on whether Mexican growers are dumping tomatoes on the U.S. market.

WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The tomato war between U.S. and Mexican growers continues to be waged, despite one recent federal ruling that said Mexico isn't harming American tomato growers with its low prices.

The next salvo is scheduled for Sept. 5, when the Commerce Department's International Trade Administration will give a preliminary ruling on whether Mexican growers are dumping tomatoes on the U.S. market. A final decision is scheduled for Sept. 25. In the dumping case, U.S. growers only

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