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Chilean citrus exports

This article was originally published in Foodnews

THE Chilean Citrus Committee has cut export volume estimates by 10% for navel oranges, lemons and mandarins due to frosts this year. The revised figure follows previous estimates that fresh citrus exports to the US would increase 10% on 2010 figures, but seedless navels are still expected to lead Chilean varieties in volume during their season from June through October. The committee says mandarin forecasts have been cut back to similar volumes as in 2010, while the clementine crop showed “little or no damage”.



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