Biggest Threat to U.S. Produce Is Waiting On Chinese Customs

10:13AM May 15, 2018
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Segments of the agricultural industry are hoping new talks between the U.S. and China will lead to reduced tensions.

The produce industry is already facing what it thinks is retaliatory treatment as products are being stalled at port.

Produce industry analysts in the U.S. believe that by letting fruit sit idle in Chinese ports for several days, it’s their way of making a statement.

Watch the story on AgDay above.

5/15/18 U.S. Produce Sees Port Delays In China