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March 14, 2010 3:19 PM

Heir to California tomato empire faces prison in fraud case

Frederick Scott Salyer, whose family built a farm empire dating back to the 1920s, faces a possible 20 years in federal prison in what prosecutors describe as one of the most audacious food industry schemes ever, one apparently designed to corner the nation's market for processed tomato products.

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