COVID-19 Resource Page for California Avocado Growers
To help members of the California avocado industry manage the challenges presented by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Commission has created a resource page with the latest industry-relevant COVID-19 news and updates.Visit the Page
Economic Impact Studies Demonstrate How California Avocado Industry Strengthens State’s Economic Climate
The California Avocado Commission retained the Tootelian Company to conduct an assessment of the economic impact California avocado growers and handlers have across the state and within avocado-producing counties. Copies of the statewide and individual county reports are now available online. Read some of the highlights.
On September 17, 2020 avocado researchers and industry members from around the world joined the California Avocado Commission’s Avocado Branch Canker Virtual Field Day to review some of the latest research concerning this ubiquitous disease and pose questions to two of the world’s leading researchers. Presentations and a recording of the event are now available.
San Diego and Ventura Counties Launch Lodging Programs for Agricultural Workers Affected by COVID-19
To assist agricultural workers who have tested positive for COVID-19 or who may have had close contact with someone who tested positive, San Diego County and Ventura County have initiated temporary housing programs so individuals can safely isolate or quarantine.
Two California-based restaurant chains encouraged diners to take advantage of peak California avocado season by venturing out and picking up unique California avocado menu items at one of their locations. Thirteen Mixt locations across the state and a dozen Super Duper Burgers locations in Northern California showcased the fruit during peak California avocado season.
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|Avocado Size||Conventional #1||Organic #1|
|48's||$0.88 - $1.00||$1.36 - $1.42|
|60's||$0.60 - $0.80||$1.20 - $1.26|
|70's||$0.48 - $0.60||$1.22 - $1.28|