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Growers head to court in salad smackdown

By   /   Friday, October 26th, 2012  /   Comments Off on Growers head to court in salad smackdown

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An Oxnard farm that claims to be the largest U.S. seller of frisée, a leafy endive used in gourmet salads, is going head-to-head with another Ventura County grower it claims has stolen its secret recipe for marketing and distributing the greens. Oxnard-based Scarbrough Farms filed a lawsuit in Ventura County Superior Court on Oct. 12,…

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