USA: Peach growers pull out trees to offset glut
Peach growers in California who sell their fruit to the canned and frozen fruit markets are pulling out peach trees in order to offset a glut in the market and enable them to compete with foreign growers. "We have too many peaches. The Greek imports are just hammering us," Ajayab Dhaddey, who directs field operations for the California Canning Peach Association, was quoted by the Associated Press as saying.
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