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Last November, the CIW and the Florida Tomato Growers Exchange (FTGE) signed an agreement to extend these principles to over 90% of Florida's tomato fields.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Years before the Food Safety Modernization Act was passed in December 2010, two grower-owned cooperatives, the Florida Tomato Growers Exchange (FTGE) and California Tomato Farmers (CTF), developed a comprehensive market-based solution to consumer demands for safer food.
With the CIW's historic agreement with the Florida Tomato Growers Exchange in 2010, and the subsequent implementation of the Fair Food Program on over 90% of Florida's tomato farms, the opportunity exists today to right a wrong that has plagued the food industry for generations, to end Florida's Harvest of Shame.
In November, the CIW and the Florida Tomato Growers Exchange (FTGE) signed an agreement to extend these principles to over 90% of Florida's tomato fields.
The Florida Tomato Growers Exchange today reiterated its support of the Socially Accountable Farm Employers Certification (SAFE) program - a nonprofit organization that has provided independent auditing and certification of fair, lawful farm labor practices in the agriculture industry.
For nearly two seasons, the Campaign's promise of fair wages for Florida's farmworkers has been held hostage by the Florida Tomato Growers Exchange.
based West Coast Tomato; Wes Wheeler, a Winter Haven attorney; and Reggie Brown, executive vice president of the Florida Tomato Growers Exchange.
30 /PRNewswire/ -- The Florida Tomato Growers Exchange issued the following statement today about the scheduled protest in Miami organized by the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW): "CIW is using today's march in Miami to mislead the public about Florida's tomato industry in a desperate attempt to pressure Burger King into adopting a "penny-per-pound" deal that does not exist.