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

Sunkist shows off new packaging

10/22/2014

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Sunkist Growers, Valencia, displayed several new packaging options for this year’s citrus season at the Produce Marketing Association’s Fresh Summit.

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.

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

2014-10-19

SOUTH AND CENTRAL DISTRICT, CALIF. — Shipments moderate — Movement expected about the same. Trading moderate. Prices 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.

FLORIDA — Shipments (12-20-39, includes export 0-0-1) — Prices not reported.

LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY, TEXAS — Shipments (10-17-21) — Movement expected about the same. 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. Quality generally good. Prices from trade sources. The first f.o.b. report was expected to be issued by Oct. 24.

CHILE — Imports (30*-47*-8) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to decrease. Port of entry: Los Angeles. Trading moderate. Prices generally unchanged. 15-kilogram containers navel 36-48s mostly $20, 64s $18, 72s $16, 88s $15-16. Quality good. Port of entry: Philadelphia. Trading moderate. Prices unchanged. 15-kilogram containers navel 40-56s $20-22, 64s $20, 72s $18, 88s $18. Quality good. *revised.

AUSTRALIA — Imports (10*-1-5) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to remain about the same. Port of entry: Los Angeles. Trading moderate. Prices 72-88s lower, others unchanged. 16-kilogram cartons navel 36-56s $28-30, 64s $28, 72s $26, 88s $21. Quality good. *revised.

SOUTH AFRICA — Imports (88*-7*-3) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to remain about the same. Port of entry: Philadelphia. Trading moderate. Prices 40s slightly higher, others unchanged. 15-kilogram containers navel 40s mostly $20, 48-64s $18-20, 72s $16-18, 88s $14-16. Quality good. *revised.

 


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