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Avocados From Mexico, Bud Light and Cholula celebrate Guac Nation

Avocados From Mexico’s Guac Nation is back, in a cross promotion with Bud Light and Cholula hot sauce leading into the Super Bowl.

Promising trade gains, U.S. signs phase one trade agreement with China

The phase one trade agreement signed by the U.S. and China Jan. 15 will deliver potential trade gains for U.S. growers of potatoes, blueberries, avocados, and other crops.

Index Fresh prepares for longer California avocado season

Avocado marketer Index Fresh, Riverside, Calif., is preparing for an extended California avocado season.

Citrus leads Produce Market Guide, but holiday favorites return

Pummelos and oranges maintained a firm 1-2 lead on Produce Market Guide the week of Jan. 6, while specialty seville oranges garnered the No. 3 spot.

NatureSeal product halts browning in guacamole, cut avocados

NatureSeal, Westport, Conn., has a new product designed to keep guacamole and cut avocados from browning.

Mission Produce promotes Emeralds in the End Zone

Oxnard, Calif.-based Mission Produce is promoting its Emeralds in the End Zone campaign in the lead-up to college bowls and professional football playoff season.
Dec 30, 2019 by Tom Karst #Produce Retail, #Avocados

Q3 holidays see hass avocado sales up with elevated prices

Hass avocado sales for Father’s Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day saw bumps in dollar sales this year, and while volume lagged at times, price increases more than made up for retail shortfalls.
Dec 29, 2019 by Chris Koger #Produce Retail, #Avocados

Calavo reports another year with record revenue

Santa Paula, Calif.-based Calavo Growers has reported record 12-month results for the year ending Oct. 31.

Avocados From Mexico plans Super Bowl comeback

The NFL playoffs are still a ways off, but one thing’s for certain — Avocados From Mexico is returning to the Super Bowl.

Mexico avocado exports to U.S. forecast to rise by double digits

Mexico’s avocado output and exports will rise again in 2020 at the same time growers are looking to improve increase yields and improve environmental conditions, according to a new report.