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Borden made clam chowder using clams purchased from commercial fishing boats, and in an effort to cut costs, promised to buy a minimum amount of clams from a fishing captain if he were to purchase larger boats capable of holding "Shuck-at-Sea" equipment. Based on this promise, the captain took out loans and complied by equipping the boats with the necessary equipment. Soon thereafter, Borden came under new management who concluded that the "Shuck-at-sea" project was not profitable, and dramatically reduced its buying from the captain's boat. As a result, he could no longer pay off his loans used to purchase the larger boats.

Did Borden breach their good faith obligation under the UCC in reducing their clam buying so dramatically?

Please make answer 75-100 words no more then that needed

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