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Identity preserved (IP) The term 'Identity preserved (IP) ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' This is the designation given to bulk commodities marketed in a manner that isolates and preserves the identity of a shipment, presumably because of unique characteristics that have value otherwise lost through commingling during normal storage, handling and shipping procedures'.
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