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California grape shippers breaking volume records

California table grape growers are shipping record amounts as their season nears an end.

USDA purchases more than $10 million in California grapes

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is providing some late-season relief for California grape growers. 
Dec 04, 2018 by Tom Karst #Produce (General), #Grapes

Chilean fruit exporters assess hailstorm damage

The Chilean fruit industry is assessing the damage to stone fruit, cherries, blueberries, kiwifruit and grapes after a Nov. 12 hailstorm.

Mas Melons & Grapes redesigns website

Mas Melons & Grapes LLC, Rio Rico, Ariz., recently launched a new website design.

California grape commission plans fall promos

The California Table Grape Commission has several initiatives promoting grapes throughout the fall season.

California grape growers expect plentiful fall supply

California grapes will be plentiful this fall, grower-shippers and marketers forecast.

Brazil’s Argofruta licensed to market Sun World grapes

Brazilian grape grower Argofruta will grow Sun World’s proprietary varieties under a new licensing agreement.

California recognizes grape commission’s 50th anniversary

The California Table Grape Commission is celebrating its 50th anniversary.

Grape box liners have new U.S. distributor

Mr. Box, Richgrove, Calif., is now the distributor for SmartPac, whose box liners are marketed to the grape industry to keep fruit fresh during shipping.

US files $350 million WTO claim against Indonesia

The U.S., which won a World Trade Organization ruling against Indonesia in 2017 concerning import restrictions on apples, grapes, potatoes, onions and other items, says the country has not changed its policies.