Grapefruit is a steady performer. Thirty-one percent of shoppers reported that they were likely to make a grapefruit purchase – the same number as last year.


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Packer Stories

UPDATED: Florida citrus leader Richard Kinney remembered


(UPDATED COVERAGE, Jan. 20): Richard Kinney, the former leader of Florida’s citrus packinghouse trade group, died Jan. 15.

Florida oranges decline, grapefruit, tangerines unchanged


Florida orange production continues to decline, according to the latest U.S. Department of Agriculture report.

Florida citrus leader Dan Richardson, 95, dies


Danforth “Dan” Richardson, an Indian River citrus grower, died Dec. 17.

Florida citrus needs promotion


Another Florida citrus season and another year of no retail promotions or merchandising from the Florida Department of Citrus.

Florida Citrus Hall of Fame names latest inductees


Growers and packers instrumental in shaping Florida’s citrus industry are the latest round of inductees into the Sunshine State’s citrus hall of fame.

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Market Scope - Grapefruit — F.o.b.s as of Jan. 20


FLORIDA — Shipments (136-201-221, includes export 74-108-124) — Prices not reported.

LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY, TEXAS — Shipments (109-153-167) — Movement expected about the same. Trading fairly active. Prices generally unchanged. 7/10-bushel cartons marked rio star fancy 27s mostly $15.95-16.35, 32s mostly $14.35-14.95, 36s mostly $12.35-13.95, 40s $10.35-11.95, 48s $8.35-9.95, 56s $6.35-6.95; Texas choice 27s $10.95-12.10, 32s $9.95-10.10, 36s $9.10-9.95, 40s $7.95-8.10, 48s $6.95-8.10, 56s $6.10-6.95.


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