Tangelos

TANGELOS

 


Packer Stories

Florida oranges decline, grapefruit, tangerines unchanged

01/13/2015

Florida orange production continues to decline, according to the latest U.S. Department of Agriculture report.

Central Valley citrus growers dodge a freeze but expect more

12/31/2014

Although forecasts pointed to a chilly Tuesday night in California’s Central Valley citrus groves with temperatures below freezing, most reporting stations indicate the mercury stayed above 32 degrees.

Report: Florida citrus production unchanged, tangerines fall

12/10/2014

The latest survey shows the Sunshine State’s citrus production remains unchanged across all varieties except for the specialty fruit or tangerines and tangelos.

California citrus leaders hope psyllid plan buys time

11/14/2014

MODESTO, Calif. — If the $2.4 billion California citrus industry is to survive, it must maintain Asian citrus psyllid detection and control programs to buy time until fixes for the deadly citrus disease it carries are discovered.

Florida citrus season brings higher quality fruit

11/04/2014

DUNDEE, Fla. — Compared to last year, this fall is bringing higher quality of Florida citrus and grapefruit is opening the season with lower than expected prices.

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Market Scope - Tangelos — F.o.b.s as of Jan. 20

2015-01-18

CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA — Shipments moderate — Movement expected about the same. Trading moderate. Prices generally unchanged. Unofficial prices 7/10- and 4/5-bushel cartons shippers first grade minneola 56-80s mostly $18.40-21.90, 100s mostly $15.40-17.90, 125s mostly $12.80-15.40, 150s mostly $12.80-14.90; shippers choice 56-80s mostly $13.40-15.90, 100-125s mostly $12.40-14.90, 150s mostly $11.40-12.90. Prices from industry sources. No f.o.b. report issued as of Jan. 20.

FLORIDA — Shipments (14-33-30, includes export 1-0-0) — Prices not reported.

 


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