The U.S. cranberry industry welcomes the news of an agreement to remove Section 232 tariffs in the United Kingdom as a result of the settling of the long-standing steel and aluminum dispute. Since 2018, U.S. cranberry concentrate has faced a 25 percent retaliatory duty in the U.K. as a result of this issue. This duty has limited the U.S. cranberry industry’s ability to export to the market. The removal of this tariff will allow U.S. cranberry concentrate to enter the market competitively, which will allow sales to expand. The U.S. cranberry industry is grateful for the resolution of this important trade issue.
Annual Summer Meeting
CMC’s annual summer meeting will take place in person at the Salishan Coastal Lodge in Gleneden Beach, Oregon on Monday, August 14 and Tuesday, August 15, 2022. Registration forms are available here and are due back to CMC no later than Monday, July 10. Gleneden...