West Pak Avocado is thrilled to announce the appointment of Leonard Cueva as the company's Senior Vice President of Finance.
The California Avocado Commission has updated the forecast for its fiscal year 2020-21 to 292 million pounds, which is an eight percent reduction from its pre-season crop estimate and in the range of an average size crop.
Avocados From Mexico (AFM), the No. 1 selling brand of avocados in the U.S, is teaming up with Mission Foods, the leading tortilla brand in the U.S., for the second consecutive year for the return of "Taco Tip Off."
Overall produce markets gained 2 percent as a major winter storm plunged much of the U.S. into a deep freeze.
Peru’s avocado growers plan to increase production for the upcoming season, but a law change is already starting to curtail investments.
The U.S. imported a historic record of 277 million pounds of Mexican avocados in the first four weeks of the year leading up to the Big Game.
Every five years the California Department of Food and Agriculture holds a state-mandated referendum vote to provide California avocado growers the opportunity to determine whether the California Avocado Commission will be reapproved to continue for the next five years.
It's time for my annual reminder of all the things consumers need to know to take advantage of the biggest avocado holiday of the year.
Mission Produce, Inc., the world leader in sourcing, producing, and distributing fresh avocados, today reported its financial results for the fiscal fourth quarter and full year ended October 31, 2020.
Overall market prices are lower on most commodities. Both supply and demand are less than in recent years, causing prices to plateau in the mid-range.