A food fight of sorts is stewing between Mexico and the United States over tomatoes.
Mexico produces about half of the fresh tomatoes that Americans eat and the rest come from Florida and California.
The tomato industry is worth $3.5 billion between the two countries, and over the last decade Mexico has increased its tomato exports. That's got U.S. growers nervous
They say the Mexican crops are hurting their bottom line and now they want help from the federal government.
Reporter Michel Marizcoof the Fronteras Desk joins the show.