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Garlic and grapes make a comeback in PMG top 20

Pummelos, oranges and strawberries maintained the top three spots on PMG the week of Jan. 11, but mandarins rose from No. 11 the previous week to No. 4, and cabbage, previously No. 12, moved up to the No. 5 spot.

Ample supplies, increased interest set citrus up for a strong season

Consumers typically turn to citrus to load up on vitamin C during cold and flu season, but this year, suppliers hope they’ll stock up on even more grapefruit, oranges, mandarins and lemons to keep COVID-19 at bay.

Strawberries catch eyes on PMG

Pummelos and oranges maintained the top two spots on PMG the first week of January, but strawberries rejoined the list at No. 3.

DiSilva Fruit, Morning Kiss Organic offer California citrus

DiSilva Fruit and Morning Kiss Organic are ready to deliver delicious, vitamin-packed organic and conventional citrus for the coming citrus season.

Colombian packinghouse paves way for La Dona limes to the U.S.

La Dona Fruit has opened a packinghouse in northern Colombia, opening an export channel for sending limes to the U.S. and other countries.

District 3 citrus season begins for Veg-Fresh Farms

Veg-Fresh Farms, Corona, Calif., is starting its winter citrus season.

La Dona Fruit starts exporting limes, avocados to the U.S.

La Dona Fruit, a Colombian grower and exporter, has launched a colorful band and packaging for avocados and limes for the U.S. and Europe.

SiCar Farms ships Mexican lemons

SiCar Farms, McAllen, which began its Mexican lemon season in July, will be shipping through December.

Officials seize drugs in produce shipments at California port

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at a California port of entry recently intercepted drugs in shipments of fresh produce, including almost 7 ½ tons of marijuana in a load of limes.

Officials seize drugs in produce shipments at California port

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers at a California port of entry recently intercepted drugs in shipments of fresh produce, including almost 7 ½ tons of marijuana in a load of limes.