The evolution of global supply links and year-round sourcing has brought new challenges to the citrus category, the traditional ray of sunshine in the eyes of produce managers throughout the winter months. What was once an easy merchandising call has become a bit more complicated as consumer expectations have grown and retailers have been compelled to stock apples, grapes and stone fruit well beyond their natural domestic growing seasons. The threats to citrus' dominance of the ...

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