Ken Christopher

The Gilroy Company

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Executive vice president of the Gilroy company, the nation’s largest commercial garlic grower.

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American garlic growers have struggled to compete with cheaper Chinese imports of the aromatic kitchen staple.

California garlic farmers benefit from US-China trade war

American garlic growers have struggled to compete with cheaper Chinese imports of the aromatic kitchen staple.

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