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US (CA): Cuties® are back
The Cuties® Cooperative estimates this season’s potential volume of Cuties® to be around 90 million (5lb box equivalents), which are all grown domestically and shipped nationally. This fruit is available from November through April and comes in distinctive two, three and five pound bags and five pound boxes that come straight from the nation’s fruit basket in California’s Central Valley.
“Cuties® continues to lead the way in delivering the highest quality, and best value mandarins to the market,” says Marc Seguin, vice president of Cuties® marketing, North America. “The Cuties® brand has the quintessential ingredients for another successful season: a strong retail presence, an exceptional marketing campaign, and the desire to distribute the best product out there.”
Cuties® national television advertising campaign will begin airing this December during primetime shows such as “Private Practice,” “Survivor” and “The X Factor.” Cuties® will also offer three national FSI’s this season for consumers to redeem 50-cents off of any Cuties® product.
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