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This summer isn’t the first time marketing orders have resulted in swaths of wasted tart cherries.

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@darenbakst Daren Bakst studies and writes about agriculture subsidies, property rights, environmental policy, food labeling and related issues as The Heritage Foundation’s senior research fellow in agricultural policy. The federal government forces certain fruit and vegetable (and nut) growers to limit the sale of their goods. In July, a Michigan tart cherry farmer posted a photo on Facebook showing piles of his wasted cherries that will rot on the ground.

He says 14 percent of his cherries are going to be wasted due to the Department of Agriculture’s tart cherry marketing order that limits the supply of tart cherries.

The law does not concern private, non-commercial communications, such as non-commercial web publications by private bodies.

It does not concern books, films, public speeches, and other forms of communications not constituting commercial activity.

A nickname is Loi Allgood – "Allgood" is a morpheme-for-morpheme translation of "Toubon" into English ("All Good" being a translation of "Tout bon") – as the law can largely be considered to have been enacted in reaction to the increasing usage of English in advertisements and other areas in France.

As the law sought to strengthen French as the dominant language within the countries and her territories, the law also ‘came under considerable attack from the European Commission which regarded its provisions as particularly offensive to the concept of free competition across national borders.’ One broad provision of the law applying to workplaces is that "any document that contains obligations for the employee or provisions whose knowledge is necessary for the performance of one's work must be written in French." Among other things, this means that computer software developed outside France must have its user interface and instruction manuals translated into French to be legally used by companies in France.

However, the law mandates the use of the French language in all broadcast audiovisual programs, with exceptions for musical works and "original version" films.

The law takes its common name from Jacques Toubon, who was Minister of Culture when it was passed, and who proposed the law to the National Assembly of France.

Even Justice Sonia Sotomayor, who held that the government had not actually taken the raisins, explained in her dissent: “The Order may well be an outdated, and by some lights downright silly, regulation.

It is also no doubt intrusive.” Congress should repeal all fruit and vegetable marketing orders.

Each individual order is initiated by industry and must be approved by a two-thirds vote of growers.

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