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Naranjasyfrutas.com

Lane Late, Tango and Clemenvilla, the most sought-after varieties in January and February

The online platform for crop listings Naranjasyfrutas.com has recently shared trends in searches by wholesale businesses buying such crops from producers.

As can be observed in the following graph, the Lane Late, Tango and Clemenvillas stand out among the most sought-after varieties by businesses.

It is worth noting that one in every five searches has been for oranges, specifically of the Lane Late variety, in a year in which this fruit's supply has been scarce in Spain, mainly due to weather issues. Regarding mandarins, the Tango leads the searches by businesses, closely followed by the Clemenvilla. Together, these account for almost 25% of all searches on Naranjasyfrutas.com.

According to Juan José Bas, the platform's manager, "the goal of publishing these trends at the beginning of the year is to share the data obtained from more than 100,000 annual visits to the platform, which lists thousands of crops for free, and where currently many businesses are looking for available crops in order to purchase them." Bas believes that "these data, showing trends of the most sought-after varieties by businesses, can be of interest to the sector."

"It is worth mentioning that we have already started sending out the lists by varieties, along with the contact details of the producers of varieties such as the Navel Powell, Navel Chislett, Murcott or Orri, among others. These lists are being sent free of charge to registered businesses that have selected the varieties they are interested in, as reported by the platform," says Bas, adding that "more and more businesses are looking for available crops on Naranjasyfrutas.com, and each year, the number of producers listing their crops along with their contact information is also increasing."

In short, "the goal of Naranjasyfrutas.com is to modernize and facilitate the contact between producers and wholesale businesses. By sharing the information about the available crops, both wholesale businesses that need to find such crops and growers that need to sell them benefit."

The service is free both for producers interested in listing their crops together with their contact details and for wholesale businesses looking for available crops and for a way to contact the producers "in a quick and simple way," as explained by the platform's manager.

For more information:
Juan José Bas
Manager
Tel. + 34 620 81 91 64
E-mail: jbas@naranjasyfrutas.com
Web: www.naranjasyfrutas.com

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