Citrus

From January to April, Clemcott® is the only fruit that has been able to satisfy the expectations of those who are involved in this brand in the fields and in the big supermarkets.

It’s springtime and thanks to the Clemcott deseasonalization we can still enjoy its quality throughout April in our markets.

The December 14 detection by US Customs of live Medfly in a clementines shipment from Morocco’s Berkane region has provoked a suspension to certain citrus imports by the US from that area.

Recent inspections of clementines from Morocco’s Berkane region at their US entry port of Philadelphia found live Medfly larvae, thus prompting an import ban on sweet oranges, tangerines, clementin

Apemar is a family business founded more than 50 years ago, based in Murcia. The company specialises in lemon and grapefruit. Apemar allocates a percentage of its Spanish production to overseas markets

Apemar is a family business founded more than 50 years ago, based in Murcia. The company specialises in lemon and grapefruit.

San Miguel S.A. is a global agribusiness company from Argentina. It is the leading producer of fresh citrus for export in the Southern Hemisphere, and in turn the world leader in processing value-added citrus products, specifically handling 15% of worldwide ground lemon supplies.

San Miguel S.A. is a global agribusiness company from Argentina.

Argentina's citrus exports will remain relatively stable at 280,000 MT for lemons, 55,000 MT for oranges, and 45,000 MT for tangerines in 2017.

Production of citrus fruit in Argentina next year is forecast to fall to 1.37 million tons for lemons, 650,000 tons for oranges, and 280,000 tons for tangerines, due to a late frost in Se

Morocco’s orange exports are expected to reach around 120,500 tons in the 2016/17 marketing year – up 29% from 92,246 tons in 2015/16 – as increased availability allows it to meet growing demand from Russia and the EU, according to a new GAIN report.

Morocco’s orange exports are expected to reach around 120,500 tons in the 2016/17 marketing year – up 29% from 92,246 tons in 2015/16 – as increased availability allows it to meet growing demand fr

China's citrus imports are expected to continue to grow driven by consumer demand (especially in 1st tier cities) for high-quality and counter-seasonal fruit.

China’s citrus imports are expected to grow thanks to consumer demand and a 10% drop in its 2016/17 orange production.

Australia’s orange exports are expected to reach a record of 230,000 tons in 2016/17.

Australia’s orange exports are expected to reach a record of 230,000 tons in 2016/17, up 10.6% on the previous year.

EU-28 citrus production in the 2016/17 marketing year is likely to reach 11 million tons, meaning growth of 3.3% on 2015/16, according to USDA Foreign Agricultural Service analysts.

EU-28 citrus production in the 2016/17 marketing year is likely to reach 11 million tons, meaning growth of 3.3% on 2015/16, according to USDA Foreign Agricultural Service analysts.

Having overtakes berries, citrus is now America’s 2nd fastest growing fruit category.

The spend on citrus fruit in the United States grew 8.2% year-on-year in the 52 weeks to July 30 to reach just under $3 billion.

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