Orri

Spring Sunshine Mandarin Variety Producers Association established

Spring Sunshine Mandarin Variety Producers Association established

Published on May 14th, 2020
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Following the success of its predecessor, the Orri Running Committee (ORC), an association has been created to protect the Spring Sunshine variety. As in the case of the ORC, the new Association of Producers Spring Sunshine Running Committee (SRC) is a non-profit association whose main objectives are the control, defence, and promotion of an exclusive variety of premium mandarin.

Orri Running Committee joins Food 4 Heroes

Orri Running Committee joins Food 4 Heroes

Published on Apr 16th, 2020

 

The Orri Running Committee (ORC) association, made up of producers of the premium mandarin variety Orri, has joined the 'Food 4 Heroes' initiative and thanks to its mediation has donated nearly 1,000 kilos of this protected variety, which will be distributed among the professionals and patients of the field hospital installed on the IFEMA campus in Madrid.

La Unio de Llauradors reports confusion of Orri and Nadorcott varieties in large retailers

La Unio de Llauradors reports confusion of Orri and Nadorcott varieties in large retailers

Published on Apr 10th, 2018

La Unio de Llauradors has reported another case of consumer fraud, with the erroneous labeling of citrus varieties. This time it relates to Orri mandarins, for which citrus farmers pay the highest royalties, which are being sold in retailers as the Nadorcott variety. The association points out that Orri and Nadorcott are two different varieties that growers must pay plantation and commercialisation licenses to plant and market. The cost of royalties for producing and selling Orri are around €37,500 per hectare plus a fixed rate per kilo sold.

Fama introduces Israeli varieties of mandarins

Fama introduces Israeli varieties of mandarins

Published on Nov 04th, 2016

Thirty years after it was founded, Fama S.A. now occupies a significant place within the production and exportation of fresh citrus from Entre Ríos and Corrientes, Argentina.

The company has 20 owners from three generations of fruit producers whose mentality is aimed at producing quality fruit.

Today Fama has 7,000 ha of citrus farms in the provinces of Entre Rios and Corrientes, with 50% oranges and 50% mandarins.

For the latter, the company has been making contracts to have exclusive, patented varieties such as Orri, of Israeli origin.

Tough time for Israeli citrus market, says USDA

Tough time for Israeli citrus market, says USDA

Published on Jun 18th, 2015

External shocks and adverse weather have rocked the export market for Israeli citrus, according to a report by the US Department of Agriculture.

The Israeli shekel has strengthened about 10% against the Euro in the last year, making Israeli citrus exports less profitable in the EU, a market to which two-thirds of its citrus exports go.

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