Imports from Mexico push asparagus prices down
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Current prices are worrying some California asparagus farmers.
Farmers in San Joaquin County say their asparagus beds are producing a high-quality crop. However, continuing competition from Mexican imports are causing prices to go down.
Farmers say their asparagus is generally sold at a slightly higher price, but they say it's hard to compete with cheap imports from Mexico.
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