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Review of the 2020–21 California citrus season

California Citrus Mutual has released its 2020–21 Final California Citrus Season Perspective report, which included the following summary conclusion: “For the majority of the season, the fruit quality was excellent. The movement was steady, and shippers managed to hold prices fairly steady. The crop size, however, proved challenging as the season drew on. The 2020–21 season may go down in the history books as one of the longest, which would later have impacts on the size of the following season’s crop and, more immediately, the start of the Valencia season. There were growers whose fruit was not picked. At the same time, growers’ costs were skyrocketing.”


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“There were unprecedented challenges across the supply chain with transportation and shipping logistics. The China market failed to recover following the Trump era trade disputes that were not resolved, despite the China Phase 1 Agreement.”

Click here to read the full article on citrusindustry.net.


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