“We’ve been talking for six months about how we’re going to minimize that. A lot of customers said, ‘We just want to wait for the wonderfuls.’ We’re going to try to ease their concerns.”
Wonderfuls account for about 80% of the California pomegranate crop, the great majority of it from Pom Wonderful.
“The wonderful deal is right on schedule,” Tjerandsen said.
“A lot can happen between now and October when they get underway, but so far Mother Nature is behaving and everything is in a positive direction.”