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thanks for that explanation
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Posted to Thread #29725 at 4:55 pm on Jul 4, 2017
I suspect the higher production costs are a direct result of California water politics which are as screwed up and corrupt as about anything in American politics.
It's a shame when you see these vast fields of previously producing farmland that go on for miles, that literally look like they've turned to dust.
I still wouldn't buy garlic from China if I could have any other option.
Other messages in this thread:
- 29725. Largest garlic producer 30 miles from me, buy garlic from them and see it stamped product of Mexico [NT] - MariaDNoCA - 1:13am on 07/02/17 (9)
- Oh, my! That is a cryin' shame! Go for it: b*tch them out royal! . . . - mistral - 7:54pm on 07/02/17
- At times you could smell the garlic on the wind when I was growing up. I sent them a what give email [NT] - MariaDNoCA - 12:40am on 07/03/17
- Christopher Ranch? That is crazy they are importing! I never thought to check, I buy a couple of - LisainLA - 11:25am on 07/04/17
- Looks as though they import from Spain, Argentina and Mexico. Other articles I saw mention [LINK] - Curious1 - 3:14pm on 07/04/17
- thanks for that explanation - pmassell_93 - 4:55pm on 07/04/17
- Ah yes, the drought. [NT] - MariaDNoCA - 10:30pm on 07/05/17
- Business is business, even in the food world. We may not like it but it is what it is, and - KarenNoCA - 7:34pm on 07/06/17
- Yes, Christopher Ranch. I had no idea they were anything but local. [NT] - MariaDNoCA - 10:29pm on 07/05/17
- I've been told by someone in the biz that "Product of" means where it is packaged. - Joe - 10:41pm on 07/06/17