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Farm exporters try to gauge impact of the ‘Brexit’ vote

By CHING LEE California Farm Bureau Federation
Porterville Recorder,  7/18/16

California shipped more than $470 million worth of agricultural products to the United Kingdom in 2014, according to the University of California Agricultural Issues Center, with wine and nuts among the top exports to the U.K. Observers say the sharp drop in the value of the British pound following the “Brexit” vote could reduce demand for California farm products among U.K. customers, as prices of these goods become more expensive.

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