Duda brand Dandy clementines join other citrus from the Southern Hemisphere in the company's summer citrus program. ( Photo courtesy Duda Farm Fresh Foods )

Duda Farm Fresh Foods, Oviedo, Fla., is entering its 16th season of imported citrus, adding cara caras to the Dandy-brand line.

Duda also imports clementines/mandarins, navels and lemons from Chile, Uruguay and Peru, according to a news release.

Duda’s summer citrus season starts in early May, and the company reports Southern Hemisphere fruit had optimal pre-season weather, leading to good sugar levels and higher production.

“As consumer demand increases, we will continue to fill that demand with high-quality products that we know our established imported program can deliver,” said Alberto Cuellar, vice president of global business, in the release.

Duda is testing new easy-peeler citrus varieties this season, according to the release.



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