A drought continues to plague Texas winter-spring produce growers and shippers, although they reported enough cold and moisture to cause some delays in their crops.
Almost 10,000 tons of citrus could be exported from Uruguay to the U.S. this season, the first full season of imports from the country.
The latest survey shows the Sunshine State producing fewer oranges, tangerines and tangelos.
The $2 billion California citrus industry is facing its biggest threat yet — the Asian citrus psyllid — and if we want to overcome it, we all need to work together.
Sunkist Growers plans to highlight its California Star Ruby grapefruit at the Canadian Produce Marketing Association Convention and Trade Show in Vancouver April 2-4.More Packer Stories for Citrus
Market Scope - Tangerines — F.o.b.s as of April 14
FLORIDA — Shipments (25-44-23, includes export 1-0-0) — Prices not reported.
- C.H. Robinson sliced apples use regional sourcing
- Fruit, vegetable prices on the rise with drought
- Auditor liability changing as courts, companies speak up
- Bland Farms begins packing Vidalia onions
- From the show floor: CPMA 2014 expo booths No. 1
- Vidalia onion grower, state official both claim victory in court