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Bland Farms challenged the 2013 rule because it effectively eliminated a licensed Vidalia onion grower's right to ship before a shipping date is announced provided the Vidalia onions meet or exceed US#1 standards, according to a Bland Farms spokesperson.
In March 2014, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Cynthia Wright ruled in Bland Farms' favor.
Other retail outlets caught onto this success and started shipping Vidalia onions into other parts of the country.
This onion was named after a town in Tattnall County, about 35 miles southeast of Vidalia.Delbert Bland, owner and president of Bland Farms in Glennville, Georgia — which calls itself the nation's largest grower, packer and shipper of sweet onions — filed a legal challenge to a rule by the Georgia Agriculture Department that establishes a fixed date before which a licensed Vidalia onion grower may not pack and ship Vidalia onions.That date is Monday of the last full week of April of each year, unless an onion advisory panel recommends a different date.The state appealed, and a three-judge panel of the Georgia Court of Appeals heard the appeal, ruling that the commission should retain the ability to set a shipping date.The outcome matters for a host of reasons, including the 0-150 million the prized crop is worth annually.