Oranges

ORANGES

Two-thirds of all consumers purchased oranges in the past year, up two percentage points from Fresh Trends 2012. The citrus was the fifth-most popular fruit this year, up from No. 6 last year.

 

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Packer Stories

Seald Sweet promoting breast cancer awareness at PMA

10/13/2014

Seald Sweet International plans to use a contest to highlight its support of breast cancer awareness Oct. 17-19 at the Produce Marketing Association’s Fresh Summit in Anaheim, Calif.

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.

Florida citrus production declines slightly on most varieties

10/10/2014

(UPDATED COVERAGE 4:30 p.m.) The first official season forecast for Florida citrus shows slight declines in navel oranges, grapefruit and tangerines, but valencias are expected to increase the Sunshine State’s total orange production.

Smaller, sweeter navels expected this fall

10/09/2014

What this season’s California-Arizona navel orange crop might lack in size, it should make up for in flavor, grower-shippers say.

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Market Scope - Oranges — F.o.b.s as of Oct. 14

2014-10-12

SOUTH AND CENTRAL DISTRICT, CALIF. — Shipments moderate — Movement expected about the same. Trading moderate. Prices choice 72-88s slightly higher, others generally unchanged. 7/10-bushel cartons valencia shippers first grade 48s mostly $14.80-16.90, 56s mostly $15.80-16.90, 72s $15.80-18.90, 88s mostly $17.80-18.90, 113s mostly $18.80-20.90, 138s mostly $19.80-21.90; shippers choice 48s $13.80-14.90, 56s mostly $13.80-14.90, 72s mostly $14.80-15.90, 88s mostly $16.80-18.40, 113s mostly $17.80-18.90, 138s mostly $17.80-19.90.

CHILE — Imports (64-28-40) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to decrease. Port of entry: Los Angeles. Trading moderate. Prices unchanged. 15-kilogram containers navel 36-48s $18-20, 64s $18, 72s $16, 88s $15-16. Quality good. Port of entry: Philadelphia. Trading moderate. Prices generally unchanged. 15-kilogram containers navel 40-48s $20-22, 56s $20-22, 64s $20, 72s $18, 88s $18. Quality good.

FLORIDA — Shipments (7-12-20, includes export 0-0-0) — Prices not reported.

LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY, TEXAS — Shipments (0-10-17) — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Trading fairly slow. Unofficial prices 7/10-bushel cartons early varieties (mostly marr) U.S. combination 88-138s $16.95-18.35; Texas choice 88-138s $15.95-17.10. The first f.o.b. report is expected to be issued the week of Oct. 20 when all shippers expect to be underway. Prices from trade sources. Quality generally good.

SOUTH AFRICA — Imports (3-81-10) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to remain about the same. Port of entry: Philadelphia. Trading moderate. Prices generally unchanged. 15-kilogram containers navel 40-64s $18-20, 72s $16-18, 88s $14-16. Quality good.

AUSTRALIA — Imports (1-1-1) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to remain about the same. Port of entry: Los Angeles. Trading moderate. Prices unchanged. 16-kilogram cartons navel 36-56s $28-30, 72s $26-28, 88s $24-26. Quality good.

 


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