Occasionally I receive comments and questions on my blog that require a response so thorough and universally valuable that they warrant their own post. My last post, entitled Establishing Damages for a Breach of Warranty, received one such comment from one of our readers. Our reader stated:

"Thank you for informing your growers that they do not have the right to move produce that fails good delivery. Please also let them know that good delivery guidelines are based on a five day transit. They seem unaware that the tolerances go down for shorter transit times. Your growers should also know that they are not entitled to an account of sale".

Tom Oliveri

The February 2014 edition of the WG&S Magazine is in the mail.  Here’s a preview of some of the stories you will see:  

 

Cover Story

Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act: The PACA is here to help!

 

President’s Notes

Why I Think 2014 is the Year We Get Immigration Reform

 

Member Profile

Commodity Focus Drives Beachside Produce

Jeff Janas

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