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ProduceIQ: Weather extremes rock growers across the Americas, yet produce prices hold steady

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2024 is setting records for extreme weather events. In the past week, growers across the Americas have been affected by intense heat, hail, rain, drought, wind, and cold.

ProduceIQ: Wind challenges golfers and growers alike

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Blistering winds whipped through growing regions on the West Coast and Southeast as separate fronts brought rain and cooler weather to California, Arizona, and parts of the Southeast.

ProduceIQ: March brings winter to the West and summer to the East

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California has turned into a real-life snow globe. Up to ten feet of snow is expected in parts of the Sierras. Although the late winter storm will impact logistics throughout the state for a few days, the snowpack and rain will only benefit the industry in the dry season.

VIDEO: Small size California navel oranges to be scarce all season

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Small-size navel oranges (113- and 138-count) will be extremely limited throughout the 2023/2024 season, according to Markon Cooperative.

Small size navel oranges to be in tight supply

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As the California Navel season progresses, small fruit (113- and 138-count oranges) will become extremely tight.

Sunkist promotes 10-lb. navel orange holiday carton

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Sunkist’s festive 10-pound holiday cartons are available in both ribbon crate and gift box designs and are easily stackable for retailers to create eye-catching citrus destinations in the produce aisle to drive the category and capitalize on the holiday shopping rush.  

Sunkist Growers revamps Cara program

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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

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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

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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

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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.