Lemons

LEMONS

This versatile fruit, which can be used for cooking, in drinks, as a fat-free flavor enhancer and even as a garnish, maintains a steady following. The likelihood of purchase slipped four percentage points from last year, but lemons were the ninth most-popular fruit in Fresh Trends 2013.

 

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Packer Stories

Mixologists vie in Lemoneira competition

11/26/2014

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Mixologist Patrick Reynolds of Wildcat Lounge, Santa Barbara, Calif., was the winner of the first of a series of international contests to determine who have the recipes for the world’s most creative and delicious lemon cocktails.

Sunkist videos offer ‘Citrus Hacks’

11/21/2014

Sunkist Growers Inc. is promoting navel oranges, lemons and grapefruit with a series of four videos dubbed Sunkist Citrus Hacks.

Pamela's Kitchen: Rocket Farms Fresh Herbal Beverage Kit

11/07/2014

Life gives Pamela lemons, so she makes lemonade, with Rocket Farms Fresh Herbal Beverage Kit.

Duda citrus starts early; meyer lemon bag updated

11/06/2014

Production of California navel oranges, mandarins, lemons and meyer lemons is off to an early start at Duda Farm Fresh Foods, the company reports.

Compac Sorting installs new Limoneira line

10/21/2014

Limoneira Co., has chosen Compac Sorting Equipment Inc., to install a new packing line.

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Market Scope - Lemons — F.o.b.s as of Nov. 17

2014-11-16

CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA — Shipments fairly heavy — Movement expected about the same. Trading fairly active. Prices generally unchanged. 7/10-bushel carton shippers first grade 75s $40.80-42.90, 95s mostly $46.80-46.90, 115s mostly $42.80-45.90, 140s mostly $38.80-40.90, 165s mostly $30.80-32.90, 200s mostly $20.80-22.90, 235s $17.80-20.90; shippers choice 75s mostly $30.80-32.90, 95s $32.80-34.90, 115s mostly $30.80-33.90, 140s mostly $29.80-32.90, 165s mostly $27.80-30.90, 200s mostly $18.80-20.90, 235s $16.80-18.90; unclassified (standard) 75s $22.80-24.90, 95-140s $26.80-29.90, 165s $20.80-24.90, 200s $14.80-16.90.

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (47-31-15) — Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Trading early slow, late fairly active. Prices 95s slightly higher, others higher. 7/10-bushel cartons marked fancy 95s mostly $20-22, 115-140s mostly $18-20, 165s mostly $18; marked choice 95-200s mostly $16. Quality variable. Harvest curtailed.

CHILE — Imports (2-2-0) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to decrease. Port of entry: Philadelphia. Supplies insufficient and in too few hands to establish a market. LAST REPORT.

 


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