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Most of America’s Fruit is Now Imported. Is That a Bad Thing?

It’s obvious to anyone who visits an American supermarket in winter – past displays brimming with Chilean grapes, Mexican berries, and Vietnamese dragon fuit – that foreign farms supply most of our produce.

 

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