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Michigan's tart cherry growers are facing stiff competition from overseas. Import tariffs were supposed to help, but growers suspect their competitors are sneaking around those trade barriers.

Tart Cherry Trees Are Being Undercut. Some Suspect Lies Are Being Told

By Scott Horsley NPR
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