Unlike other commodities that can be stored, cherries are perishable. They're picked, packed and sold right away. When China's tariff went from 10 percent to 50 percent last July, right in the middle of the harvest, exports to China went from the most profitable to the pits. (Date:12/07/2018 20:39) Read full article >>

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