Are plants producers at risk?
Well, that’s not entirely clear.
The producers of pineapple, strawberries, and grapes are all producing.
However, we don’t know exactly how many plants they are producing or how much.
The Nogalas producers have denied the allegation that they have engaged in improper production practices.
That could mean the company is producing more than it has declared.
What we do know is that a former Nogale plant manager, Steven Roca, was indicted on charges of conspiring with others to violate the U.S. False Claims Act.
The investigation is ongoing.
Nogalias has denied any wrongdoing, saying Roca did nothing wrong and that he has cooperated with investigators.
The company’s production at the Nugaras plant was only one of many operations that were shut down during the investigation.
In March, Nogaling officials announced that the company would suspend production at all of its facilities.
The U.K. is also facing similar scrutiny.
Last week, the country’s largest producer of bananas, British American Tobacco, announced it was suspending production at its factory at Trowbridge, Virginia, in response to the Nuremberg-style trials of Nazi war criminals.
British American said it will also suspend all exports to the U, its largest market, from the United Kingdom.
On Tuesday, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that he had requested a review of British trade policies to ensure they did not violate human rights.
He did not elaborate on what policies would be reviewed, nor did he mention whether those changes would include any changes to trade sanctions.
A spokesperson for the U to the British Embassy in Washington, D.C., did not immediately respond to requests for comment.