Western Growers’ A.G. Kawamura and Dennis Donohue will join California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) Secretary Karen Ross for a discussion on the high-tech revolution in agriculture during “The Power of AgTech: Disruption on the Farm” Luncheon on May 22. Kawamura, former CDFA secretary, is owner of Orange County Produce and a member of WG Board of Directors, and Dennis Donohue, former Mayor of Salinas, serves as the lead of Western Growers Center for Innovation & Technology.

Hank Giclas

There needs to be timely notification in order to have an effective rejection by your customer, the receiver.  While, you as the shipper, may have an obligation to take back the shipment, keep in mind that if it is later determined the rejection was wrongful, your customer could be held liable for the original contract price and incidental expenses, less any resale proceeds received by you.

So is timely notification an important component in achieving an effective rejection?

Ken Gilliland

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