PINEAPPLE

This sweet tropical fruit has a steady following, with 43% of shoppers saying they bought pineapples in the past year, a number even with Fresh Trends 2012.

 

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Packer Stories

Bolthouse launches kids’ snack line

07/21/2014

Just in time to catch the back-to-school wave, Bolthouse Farms plans to launch in August a line of seven new products called Bolthouse Farms Kids line.

Chiquita to continue use of Port of Wilmington

07/14/2014

The Diamond State Port Corp. and Chiquita Brands have agreed Chiquita will continue to use the Port of Wilmington as its mid-Atlantic distribution hub for the next five years.

Dole breaks with French company

05/28/2014

David Murdock continues to reorganize and realign Dole Food Co. Inc., divesting minority interest in the French holding company for Compagnie Fruitière Group after a 21-year partnership.

Colombia to boost ag acreage in response to U.S. free trade deal

05/20/2014

The U.S.-Colombia Free Trade Act has resulted in an agricultural export boom for Colombia and government officials have set a goal to double farm acreage by 2020.

Maxwell Chase containers target single serve, fresh-cut fruit

05/19/2014

Atlanta-based Maxwell Chase Technologies LLC has introduced a line of absorbent miniature containers for single servings of fresh-cut fruits such as pineapple, cantaloupe, watermelons and honeydew.

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Market Scope - Pineapple — F.o.b.s as of July 14

2014-07-13

CENTRAL AMERICA IMPORTS — Imports (446*-548*-255) — Imports via boat. Movement expected to remain about the same. Primarily Costa Rica, Ecuador and Honduras. Port of entry: South Florida. Trading moderate. Prices 6-8s slightly lower, 5s unchanged. Cartons one-layer golden ripe 5-7s mostly $6-7, 8s mostly $6. Port of entry: Philadelphia. Trading moderate. Prices lower. Cartons one-layer golden ripe 5-7s mostly $7-7.50, 8s mostly $6-7. Port of entry: Southern California. Trading moderate. Prices lower. Cartons one-layer golden ripe 5-7s $8-9, 8s $7-8. Quality good. *revised.

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (17-23-20) — Movement expected about the same. Trading slow. Prices 6s generally unchanged, others lower. Cartons one-layer 6s mostly $8-8.50, 7s mostly $6-6.50, 8s mostly $6. Quality generally good.

 


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