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Argentina’s drought-affected lemon crop to shrink by 30%

Argentina’s drought-affected lemon crop to shrink by 30%

Published on Jan 19th, 2021
Photo: Citrusvil Argentina

Argentina’s citrus sector is undergoing difficult times due to a drought that has reduced fruit size.  Fresh lemon production for 2020/21 is projected to plummet by 30% to 1.03 million tons, according to FAS/Buenos Aires data. Lemons were particularly affected by low temperatures early in the growing season. The drought will limit orange and tangerine production increases to 700,000 tons and 360,000, which nevertheless represent 50,000 ton increases for both fruits compared to 2019/20.

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The Peruvian grape season begins with prospects for growth in exports of premium varieties

The Peruvian grape season begins with prospects for growth in exports of premium varieties

Published on Nov 30th, 2020
Press release & photo: San Miguel

By the end of 2020, San Miguel begins its Peruvian grape season. From the North of the country, the company ships this fruit mainly to the United States and China. As a result of a number of measures taken to improve fruit quality, export volume grows, mainly Sweet Globe®, the most exported seedless variety in the world. 

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Citrusvil seeks to consolidate traditional and emerging markets

Citrusvil seeks to consolidate traditional and emerging markets

Published on Oct 21st, 2020
© Citrusvil 
PRESS RELEASE

 

Argentina exported around 242,000 tons of fresh lemon in 2020, a slight increase compared to 2019, although far from what was initially projected. According to Francisco Rotella, Citrusvil Fresh Fruit’s commercial manager, the season went through several stages, many of which were heavily affected by Covid-19.

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Citrusvil’s campaign progresses at a steady pace

Citrusvil’s campaign progresses at a steady pace

Published on Jun 05th, 2020

Rapid action against COVID-19 allowed the company to quickly adapt to continue operating within the restrictions implemented.

The spread of the Coronavirus reached Argentina at a key moment for local citrus farming. Just as Citrusvil was preparing to start the 2020 campaign, the company found itself facing an unexpected situation, which led it to rethink its actions and adapt its facilities to keep production processes active and redouble efforts to keep collaborators safe.

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