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

Spud and citrus production down, value up

09/19/2014

U.S. potato and citrus production fell in the 2013-14 season, but the values of both crops increased, according to new season-ending reports from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Florida citrus superhero appears in first comic

09/17/2014

As part of a $1 million agreement with Marvel Comics, the Bartow-based Florida Department of Citrus has launched the first in a series of comic books that feature the Avengers with a guest appearance by Captain Citrus.

Florida citrus growers get USDA assistance

09/17/2014

Reeling from a near decade-long affliction, Florida citrus growers can now apply for financial assistance to remove trees hit by citrus greening and replant their diseased groves.

California navel estimate could be off

09/11/2014

A U.S. Department of Agriculture California navel volume forecast is likely skewed too high, according to a leading industry group.

USDA releases final 2008-2012 crop numbers

08/29/2014

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service has released its final 2008-2012 summaries for citrus, vegetables, melons and strawberries.

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Market Scope - Oranges — F.o.b.s as of Sept. 15

2014-09-14

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 $18.80-19.90, 138s mostly $19.80-20.90; shippers choice 48s $13.80- $14.90, 56s mostly $13.80-14.90, 72s $13.80-15.90, 88s mostly $16.80-17.90, 113s $17.80-18.40, 138s $17.80-18.90.

CHILE — Imports (134-62-68) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to increase. Port of entry: Los Angeles. Trading moderate. Prices generally 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 slightly lower. 15-kilogram containers navel 40-48s $18-19, 56s 18.0-20, 64s $18, 72s $16, 88s $15-16. Quality good.

SOUTH AFRICA — Imports (88-172-8) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to remain about the same as Sept. 1-14. Port of entry: Philadelphia. Trading moderate. Prices generally unchanged. 15-kilogram containers navel 40-64s $18-20, 72s $16- $18, 88s $14-16; cara cara 36-40s $26-28, 48s $24-26, 56s $22-24, 64s $20-22, 72s $18-20, 88s $16-18. Quality good.

AUSTRALIA — Imports (10*-4*-5) — 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. *revised.

URUGUAY — Imports (0*-7*-**) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to remain about the same. Port of entry: Philadelphia. Trading moderate. Prices slightly lower. 15-kilogram containers navel 40-56s $18-20, 64s $18, 72s $16, 88s $14-16. Quality good. *revised, **unavailable.

PERU — Imports (1-1-**) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to remain about the same. Sufficient volume and number of importers to establish a market were expected by the week of Sept. 15. **unavailable.

LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY, TEXAS — Harvest by one shipper was expected to begin the week of Sept. 22, with shipping to begin the week of Sept. 29. Movement expected to remain light until the week of Oct. 6, when additional shippers are expected to begin. Quality expected to be generally good. FIRST REPORT.

 


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