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U.S. Agricultural Surpluses Disappear

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For many years, the United States ran sizable trade surpluses in grain and other farm products. Those surpluses have now disappeared because of increasing imports of fresh fruits, vegetables and processed foods. NPR's Kathleen Schalch reports.

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