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Description: Tobacco will also take in odors from adjacent cargo and the surrounding environment. Ventilation can dissipate the odors so that should be the first option. Other forms are contamination can also result in bad order tobacco. The culprit is typically residue of previous cargo. Again, quickly separating the sound goods from that portion suspected to be damaged is prudent. Rough handling generally involves the outer packaging only with no adverse impact to the commodity. Repackaging may be required. On finished products, such as cigarettes, cigars and chewing tobacco, any damage to the exterior/protective packaging may expose the contents and thus pose an attractive nuisance and increase the likelihood of damage. This is quite a mature industry with a limited number of companies so salvage potential may not be as lucrative as one would think.
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Commodity Name: TOBACCO

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