The Dry Side of La Niña

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USA


The Dry Side of La Niña

January 10, 2022

The National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) recently warned that Mexico is likely to experience a drought during the early ...
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Written By
Judy Tucci
VP PRODUCT MANAGEMENT & SOURCING




Orange Harvest Forecasts

December 14, 2021

The USDA Agricultural Statistics Board recently released its 2021-2022 Florida orange forecast for all varieties. The total is currently estimated ...
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Written By
Sean Farley





Global Currency Changes

June 14, 2021

Once again, currency is playing a major role in the pricing of imported goods to the USA. Stronger currencies are ...
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Written By
Sean Farley




Ocean Freight Complications

March 26, 2021

Even though we’re only a few months into the year, 2021 has already presented several challenges regarding international shipping and ...
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Written By
Sean Farley





Global Citrus Update

January 18, 2021

Many citrus-producing regions around the world have started their harvests, with numbers pouring in from every direction. In Argentina, the ...
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Written By
Sean Farley




Orange Production

January 12, 2021

Mexico Crop figures estimate that Mexico’s upcoming orange crop will be about 4 million tons, which represents an average/good year. ...
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Written By
Sean Farley