Farmers hope immigration bill yields more foreign ag workers – The Sacramento Bee

Walk the aisles of any neighborhood grocery store today and you’re as likely to find tomatoes picked in Sinaloa, Mexico, as Central California or oranges from Sao Paulo, Brazil, as Bradenton, Fla.


Community Village‘s insight:


First the U.S. exported manufacturing jobs, now the U.S. is exporting harvesting jobs.


The U.S. is growing more dependant on foreign countries to feed itself.

See on