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Sunkist Growers revamps Cara program

- General News
Sunkist Growers comprises over 1,000 multi-generational farmers, many of whom specialize in Cara Cara oranges, leading the cooperative to serve as one of the largest Cara suppliers in the game. Super sweet. Uniquely pink.

Peruvian orange exports triple in early season 2023

- International
The 2023 Peruvian orange campaign, which runs from June to December, started on the right foot, with the first two months of the current campaign (June and July) totaling 5.07 million kilos, showing an increase of 210 percent compared to the 1.6 million kilos exported in the same period of last year.

Sunkist driving citrus season with insights and innovation

- General News
While wrapping up its 130th season, the longest-standing fresh citrus cooperative in the nation is looking ahead, focusing on the highly-anticipated return of California citrus season.

Summer citrus possibilities are unlimited with Sunkist

- General News
When Life Gives You Lemons, Make a TikTok – Sunkist Growers is keeping citrus celebrations fresh by demonstrating the power of versatility and saluting the co-op’s refreshing summer citrus varieties.

A & A Organic Farms starts early Valencia orange season

- General News
A&A Organic Farms out of Watsonville, Ca. is now shipping Organic Early Valencia Oranges from Mexico.

Pacific Trellis Fruit highlights Veteran’s Day promotion

- General News
Pacific Trellis Fruit, one of the nation's top year-round growers, shippers, and marketers of premium fresh fruit, is partnering with the Tunnel to Towers Foundation for a Veteran’s Day promotion.

USDA forecasts U.S. citrus down 8% from last season

- General News
The California all orange forecast is 47.1 million boxes (1.88 million tons), up 17 percent from the last season's final utilization.

Florida’s citrus acreage continues to shrink

- Analysis

Is citrus a vanishing industry in Florida? Recent figures released by USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service …


ProduceIQ: Extreme heat ends; soft demand persists

- Featured
Overall produce prices continue to fall as late summer demand struggles to gain momentum. Last week’s Western heat wave damaged a few commodities, but the supply drop was insufficient to counter the general economic malaise.

ProduceIQ: Markets unfazed by start of hurricane season

- Featured
Hurricane Agatha kicked off hurricane season as it battered Southern Mexico, and remnants of the storm drenched South Florida. A solid category 2 storm, Agatha is the strongest May hurricane to make landfall in the Eastern Pacific.