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Bee Sweet reports promotable volumes of specialty citrus

- General News
Several major holidays are just around the corner and Bee Sweet Citrus reports a strong supply of lemons and specialty citrus varieties available.

Kings River Packing touts Cara Cara citrus for Valentine’s Day

- General News
Kings River Packing is excited about the Cara Cara crop this year, encouraging retailers to elevate their citrus offerings, by adding specialty varieties to their lineup.

Bee Sweet releases Heirloom Navel oranges

- General News
Bee Sweet Citrus has released Heirloom Navels, a selection of California’s oldest and most established Navel varieties

Sunkist unveils Year of the Dragon carton for Lunar New Year

- General News
Sunkist has created a limited-edition Year of the Dragon-themed 10-pound carton to help keep the citrus category at the forefront of longstanding celebrations domestically and across Asia.

Bee Sweet offers specialty citrus for New Year

- General News
Bee Sweet Citrus has an assortment of specialty citrus for shoppers aiming to incorporate fresh produce into their New Year’s resolutions

Kings River becomes first in citrus on traceability compliance

- General News
Kings River Packing is the first citrus company to do traceability according to the FDA’s FSMA 204 food traceability law.

Red Sea piracy hits produce too

- Analysis
Red Sea piracy has held the center of world attention in recent days, as Houthi rebels in Yemen have been attacking commercial vessels in the region.

Small size navel oranges to be in tight supply

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

USDA amends Florida citrus marketing order

- General News
USDA is amending the Florida Citrus Marketing Order to reduce membership of the Florida Citrus Administrative Committee and update quorum requirements

Chilean citrus exports increase 48% in 2023

- International
This season, Chile has exported 395,889 tons of citrus, of which 15.5 percent correspond to clementines; 43.7 percent to mandarins; 23.7 percent oranges; and 17.1 percent lemons, according to Simfruit, quoting Juan Enrique Ortuzar, the president of the Chilean Fruit Citrus Committee.