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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Group educates lawmakers on need for organic HLB research


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Last season report shows smaller Florida citrus production


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Organic industry raising money to fight citrus greening


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Greene River promotes salesman


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EU citrus ruling unlikely to affect U.S. imports


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Market Scope - Grapefruit — F.o.b.s as of July 21


SOUTH AND CENTRAL DISTRICT, CALIF. — Shipments light — Movement expected to increase slightly. Trading moderate. Prices 32-56s slightly higher, other generally unchanged. Unofficial prices 7/10-bushel cartons summer ruby and star ruby shippers first grade 23s $10.80-12.90, 27s $12.80-14.90, 32s $12.80-13.90, 36s $12.80-14.90, 40s $11.40-13.90, 48s $11.80-13.40, 56s $10.80-12.90; shippers choice 23-27s mostly $8.80-10.90, 32-40s $9.80-12.40, 48s $9.80-12.90, 56s $8.80-10.90. Prices from trade sources. No f.o.b. report issued as of July 21.


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