Grapes

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Grapes maintained their standing as the No. 3 fruit in Fresh Trends this year, but in 2013 they share the spotlight with strawberries as the third most-popular fruit.

 

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Packer Stories

Top 5 grape display techniques

01/28/2015

This winter’s Chilean grape season should see more normal supplies after last year’s freeze, which should allow for more promotable prices at retail. Here are the top five grape display strategies.

Sun World names new CEO, details strategy

01/27/2015

Bakersfield, Calif.-based Sun World International LLC has named Merrill Dibble as the company’s president and CEO and revealed details of a strategic plan that includes an expansion in California grape acreage and an exit from citrus packing and marketing activities.

Chilean grape exports expected to rebound

01/26/2015

Table grape exports from Chile are expected to rebound this year after a significant drop during the 2013-14 season because of a major freeze.

Grape commission offers scholarships

01/19/2015

The California Table Grape Commission is accepting applications for agricultural scholarships through Feb. 13 from students in the state’s grape growing regions.

BBC introduces small fruit filling machinery

01/13/2015

BBC Technologies has introduced new filling machinery that’s designed to more efficiently handle small fruit.

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Market Scope - Grapes, table — F.o.b.s as of Jan. 20

2015-01-18

CHILE — Imports (166-237-416) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to increase. Port of entry: Los Angeles. Trading moderate. Prices lower. 18-pound containers bagged thompson seedless and sugraone extra-large $34-36, large $30-32, medium $28-30; flame seedless extra-large $32-34, large $26-28, medium $22-24, small $14-16; black seedless extra-large $36-38, large $34-36. Quality good. Port of entry: Philadelphia. Trading moderate. Prices lower. 18-pound containers bagged thompson seedless and sugraone extra-large $28-30, large $26-28, medium $22-24; flame seedless extra-large $28-30, large $26-28, medium $22-24, small $14-16; black seedless extra-large $34-36, large $32-34, medium $30-32. Quality good.

PERU — Imports (178*-117*-31) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to remain about the same. Ports of entry: Philadelphia and New York. Trading moderate. Prices lower. 18-pound containers bagged thompson seedless and sugraone extra-large $28-30, large $26-28, medium $22-24; flame seedless extra-large $28-30, large $26-28, medium $22-24, small $14-16; crimson seedless extra-large $30-32, large $26-28, medium $22-24; red globe extra-large $20-22, large $18-20, medium $16-18. Quality good. Port of entry: South Florida. Trading moderate. Prices for 18-pound containers bagged red globe extra-large $20-22, large $18-20, medium $16-18. Quality good. Port of entry: Southern California. Trading moderate. Prices generally unchanged. 18-pound containers bagged thompson seedless and sugraone extra-large $38-40, large $34-36, medium $32-34; flame seedless extra-large $34-36, large $30-32, medium $24-26, small $18-20. Quality good. *revised.

 


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