Fruit World Co. Announces Flavor-Packed Organic and Conventional Citrus in Promotable Volumes as Citrus Season Begins

September 30, 2019 Fruit World Co.

Fruit World Co., a family-owned, flavor-focused grower-shipper of organic and conventional fruit, has announced their 2019 citrus season will see a full lineup of citrus fruits in promotable volumes. This includes organic and conventional mandarins, both of which have full-season longevity and availability.

Citrus Varieties Available for New School Season

August 28, 2019 Bee Sweet Citrus

As many families settle into the 2019/2020 school year, children and parents alike are adapting to food habits and meal plans that accommodate long days and busy schedules. Fortunately, the Bee Sweet Citrus sales team reports availability of tasty, nutritious citrus varieties that are perfect for the home, school or office.

Duda Farm Fresh Foods Brings Imported Citrus to the US for the 17th Season

August 6, 2019 Duda Farm Fresh Foods

After concluding a successful citrus season in the United States, Duda Farm Fresh Foods launched its import citrus program for the 17th consecutive summer. Beginning mid-May through October, Duda imports citrus to the U.S. from the southern hemisphere for optimal quality, flavor and volume for U.S. consumers.

When Life Gives You Sour Lemons, Use Genetics to Find Out Why

A team of researchers, including two from the University of California, Riverside, has identified the genes responsible for the hallmark sour taste of many citrus fruits. Published Tuesday, Feb. 25 in Nature Communications, the research could help plant breeders develop new, sweeter varieties.

The Panhandle May be the Next Citrus-Growing Region

December 26, 2018 Jack Payne, News Bulletin

Citrus just isn’t grown that much in North Florida. In fact, it’s also grown less and less in its traditional strongholds in central and south Florida as a deadly disease takes its toll on groves.