The U.S. Department of Agriculture is scheduling a hearing on proposed amendments to the marketing order for Florida citrus.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is forecasting additional declines for this year’s Florida citrus crop.
Orange Cove, Calif.-based Booth Ranches is placing a scannable bar code on every box of citrus packed this season.
DUNDEE, Fla. — The sales arm of one of the Sunshine State’s largest citrus growers has relocated its offices.
California grower-shippers are hoping for an early start to the summer valencia deal, since navel supplies are expected to wind down soon.
CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND ARIZONA — Shipments light — Movement expected to decrease seasonally as most handlers have finished marketing the crop. Trading fairly slow. Prices generally unchanged. Unofficial prices 7/10- and 4/5-bushel cartons shippers first grade minneola 64s mostly $15.75-18.75, 80s $16.75-18.80, 100s $13.75-17.80, 125s $12.75-15.80; shippers choice 64-100s $11.75-13.80, 125s $10.75-13.80. Prices from trade sources. No f.o.b. report issued as of April 29. LAST REPORT.