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USDA Restricts Two PACA Violators in Florida and Georgia

USDA Restricts Two PACA Violators in Florida and Georgia



WASHINGTON, D.C. - Two PACA violators in Florida and Georgia have been restricted by the USDA from operating in the produce industry, according to a press release.

Sunkist Repackers LLC (not affiliated with Sunkist Growers Inc.), a Coconut Creek, Florida-based company, has failed to pay a $13,533 award in favor of a Michigan seller. William J. Nupp and Sunkist Products LLC were listed as members of the business.

All Points Produce Inc., a Sparks, Georgia-based company, has failed to pay a $75,288 award in favor of a Florida seller. Patti A. McMillan and Quentin C. McMillan were listed as the officers, directors, and/or major stockholders of the business.

In the past three years, the USDA resolved approximately 4,600 claims under the PACA involving more than $87 million. Individuals, including sole proprietors, partners, members, managers, officers, directors, or major stockholders may not be employed or affiliated with any PACA licensee without the approval of the USDA. The Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS), PACA Division, regulates fair trading practices of produce businesses operating subject to PACA.

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