Is citrus a vanishing industry in Florida? Recent figures released by USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service …
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.
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.
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The California navel season is nearing its end with growers expecting to ship through the end of May.
The total amount donated to each local food bank will be based on the number of eligible bagged oranges sold in each food bank’s service area, along with customer donations at the register.
USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service released its Citrus January Forecast Jan. 12.
As the domestic orange market transitions from Valencia to Navel varieties, supplies are light, and prices are high.
The California Department of Food and Agriculture, along with the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, set its initial crop forecast at 70 million cartons.
The last USDA citrus report of the season sees a rise in orange production, led by California.