Listen: U.S. garlic growers profit from trade war as most farmers struggle
"A lot of people think the trade war with China stinks, but not garlic growers in Santa Clara county, KCBS mad Bigler joins us live to report that his tariffs on Chinese products go up, so does demand for U S grown garlic mass. Susan production lines at the Christopher ranch packing plan could be shifting into high gear pretty soon. Demand for California. Garlic is expected to spike has the new twenty five percent tariffs on Chinese products take effect, Ken Christopher at Christopher ranch says the tariffs will help to level the playing field with China, which he accuses of garlic dumping selling the smelly clove in the US at prices much cheaper than the cost of production, having Chinese garlic be more competitive, and actually play by the rules of the market means the world, for me and my family, and while the trade war with China has some concern about the broader economy. The local economy stands to benefit JoAnne Vieira, who works at the Gilroy shop in Gilroy tells I should say, the garlic shop in Gilroy tells KPI five it's extremely important, especially my job here because we rely on the garlic to bring the customers, and Christopher Angie's hoping tariffs will be permanent at least on garlic"