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Strong demand continues for Chilean navel oranges

- General News
U.S. demand for Chilean navel oranges has been robust since the season started, and the market continues to demonstrate great sales momentum as September progresses.

Limoneira sells nearly 300 acres of citrus in CA Central Valley

- General News
Limoneira Company, a diversified citrus packing, sales and marketing company with related agribusiness activities and real estate development operations, today announced the sale of its real estate asset referred to as “Lindsay Central Valley” located in Lindsay, CA.

Citrus exporters find hot U.S. market

- General News
Citrus exporters to the U.S. are finding a hot market this summer as retail demand has been explosive during the pandemic.

Consumer demand keeps citrus prices high

- General News
Pandemic-induced consumer demand for citrus continues to produce strength to the orange and lemon markets.

Summer fruit needs a boost

- Produce with Pamela
Oranges have proven impulse-proof week after week. How can we give the rest of the department the boost it needs? 

Orange prices show steady rise

- General News
Orange prices keep rising this spring as retail demand remains strong. The latest IRI scan data shows oranges at 79 percent higher year-over-year dollar growth and 80 percent on volume growth.

Orange prices see steady rise

- General News
Domestic pear volumes are lower than last year, but steady, and that has lead to steady F.O.B. and retail pricing.

Summer Citrus from South Africa confirms strong 2020 season

- General News
Easy-peel clementines are the first fruit to arrive, expected in late May in New York, followed by containers of more easy peelers and navel oranges in the third week of June.

Do oranges taste better in the shower?

- Produce with Pamela
We’ve all got nowhere to go. Might as well eat our oranges in the shower. It’s a fun change of pace when days are blending together.  

Markon crops report: Potatoes and Onions in turmoil

- General News
Potatoes and onions are diverse crops grown in many areas of the country, and even with stronger retail demand, growers and marketers of neither could have anticipated the economic uncertainty that’s come with the COVID-19 pandemic.