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Don Limón launches direct sourcing retail plan

Don Limón – the international fresh fruit exporter-importer – is excited to announce the launch of its retail partnership program to offer greater flexibility as the trend towards direct sourcing intensifies. 

LGS Specialty Sales anticipates strong 2020-21 grape season

LGS Specialty Sales is primed for a strong and exciting grape season from December 2020 through early May 2021.  

California grape harvest continues into December

The California Table Grape Commission, Fresno, has video reminders that grape harvest continues into December in the San Joaquin Valley.

Peruvian grape grower recognized for water conservation programs

Peruvian grape grower Don Ricardo, which exports about half of its production to the U.S., has received the Peruvian National Water Resources Certificado Azul to recognize its sustainable water practices.

California grape group’s health messages to air on radio stations

The California Table Grape Commission, Fresno, and the Radio Health Journal network have developed a series of messages about the health benefits of eating grapes

Vanguard prepares for Peruvian grape season

Vanguard International USA Inc., Issaquah, Wash., will be starting its Peruvian grape program soon.

'Wet Ashtray' Grapes Left to Birds as Fires Choke West Coast Vineyards

Atmospheric smoke has obscured grape-ripening sunlight while ash has coated green beans, cauliflower and other produce in nearby fields just days before scheduled harvesting.
Sep 26, 2020 by reuters #Produce Crops, #Grapes, #Wildfires

Almonds supplant grapes as 2019 top Kern County, Calif., crop

The values of Kern County’s top two crops in 2019 switched, with the almond crop higher than the value of its grape crop for the first time since 2011.

Dulcinea’s Cotton Candy grapes begin 6-month availability

Pacific Trellis Fruit is marketing its third season of Cotton Candy grapes from the Murcia, Spain, growing region.