North Dakota Senators Kevin Cramer and John Hoeven have joined ten other Republican senators in asking the Trump Administration to address Maximum Residue Levels in any trade deal with the European Union. Crops like wheat, corn, sunflowers and potatoes may be grown using products approved in the United States, but face problems in export markets with different standards. The letter described these MRLs as “non-science based trade barriers.”
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