( Courtesy Limoneira )

Limoneira, Santa Paula, Calif., has added two U.S. distribution facilities to its network.

The company has a new distribution center in Miami, and warehouse and packing facility in Vineland, N.J. John Carter, Limoneira’s director of global sales, said in a news release that the new facilities complements distribution points in California and Texas and adds efficiency and cost-effective distribution.

“We’re doing our best to solve customer challenges and can offer logistical support and packaging options in addition to consistent fruit quality and sustainability solutions,” Carter said in the release.

Alex Teague, chief operating officer, said the company’s One World of Citrus model has been in place for several years and is instrumental in servicing customers.

“With our operations in both the Northern and Southern hemispheres, we are able to offer citrus from our trees direct to our buyers every day of the year,” Teague said in the release.

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