To better understand the spectrum of profitability experienced by California avocado growers, the California Avocado Commission is conducting a Grower Profitability Survey. Data from the survey will be used to help the Commission determine the key drivers behind grower costs and returns, and develop programs aimed at helping California growers improve profitability.
In early July the California Avocado Commission surveyed California handlers in an effort to better understand the total volume of the 2021 crop expected, and more importantly the volume that would be harvested for the later part of the season. Based on responses to the survey, CAC has issued an updated 2021 crop volume of 250 million pounds (all varieties) and has adjusted the weekly...
Commission’s Living Well Brand Advocates Communicate How California Avocados Contribute to Health and Well-Being
As we continue to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, consumers are more interested than ever in their own health and well-being. To tap into that interest and capitalize on emerging food trends, the Commission partnered with six Living Well Brand Advocates to develop new recipes, website content and social media posts that promote the seasonal availability of premium California avocados and the...
Dr. Jonathan Dixon, avocado consultant, will share information on fertilizer recommendations for avocados in New Zealand. The webinar will take place August 25 at 1:00 p.m.
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|Avocado Size||Conventional #1||Organic #1|
|48's||$1.32 - $1.40||$2.10 - $2.28|
|60's||$1.20 - $1.30||$1.78 - $1.96|
|70's||$0.88 - $0.96||$1.50 - $1.62|