Argentina’s return to U.S. lemon market deemed a success

Florida-based Seald Sweet has hailed a successful return of the Argentine lemon industry to the U.S. market and says the season has been a huge learning curve. CEO Mayda Sotomayor also described the lack of any pest detections at U.S. ports as a “win” and expected volumes to see a rise next year – a view shared by the Argentine Citrus Federation (Federcitrus) and New Jersey-based Vision Import Group. Argentina has been exporting fresh lemons to the U.S. market for the first time in almost two decades,…
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