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

Compac Sorting installs new Limoneira line

10/21/2014

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

Citrus, import sales veterans start Classic Harvest

10/13/2014

A trio of citrus and import sales veterans has started Classic Harvest, an importer and grower-shipper of citrus and grapes.

Pro Citrus Network celebrates 10th year with new look

10/10/2014

Pro Citrus Network, a Visalia, Calif.-based year-round citrus supplier, is celebrating its 10th business anniversary with a new logo and new packaging.

Tom Lange Co. opens California citrus packinghouse

10/07/2014

Springfield, Ill.-based produce distributor Tom Lange Co. has opened a citrus packinghouse in Porterville, Calif., as part of its Seven Seas Packers division.

Lemon prices remain high, lime prices low

09/24/2014

Lemon markets are very strong, but lime prices remain in the cellar — so low some Mexican shippers are keeping product at home.

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Market Scope - Lemons — F.o.b.s as of Oct. 20

2014-10-19

SOUTH AND CENTRAL DISTRICT, CALIF. — Shipments fairly heavy — Movement expected about the same. Trading 165-235s moderate, others active. Prices first grade and choice 165-200s lower, others generally unchanged. 7/10-bushel carton shippers first grade 75s mostly $46.80-48.90, 95s mostly $50.80-51.90, 115s mostly $48.80-51.90, 140s mostly $41.80-43.90, 165s mostly $32.80-35.90, 200s mostly $24.80-25.90, 235s $20.80-22.90; shippers choice 75s mostly $36.80-38.90, 95s mostly $38.80-40.90, 115s mostly $37.80-40.90, 140s mostly $37.80-38.90, 165s mostly $30.80-33.90, 200s mostly $22.80-25.90, 235s $18.80-20.90; unclassified (standard) 75s $24.80-26.90, 95-140s $28.80-29.90, 165s mostly $25.80-27.90, 200s $18.80-22.90, 235s $16.80-18.90.

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (58-64-65) — Movement expected about the same. Trading fairly slow. Prices lower. 7/10-bushel cartons marked fancy 140s mostly $21-24, 165s mostly $20-22, 200s mostly $16; marked choice 95s mostly $22-24, 115s mostly $18-22, 140s mostly $18-20, 165s mostly $14-18, 200s mostly $12-14. Quality variable.

CHILE — Imports (21*-17*-15) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to decrease. Port of entry: Los Angeles. Most current supplies committed prior to arrival. Insufficient open market supplies to establish a market. LAST REPORT. Port of entry: Philadelphia. Trading fairly slow. Prices unchanged. 17-kilogram cartons 75-95s $40-42, 115s $38-40, 140s $32-34, 165s $22-24, 200s $20-22. Quality good. *revised.

 


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