To be recognized as the most-desired avocado in the world by fostering a vibrant industry.
To maximize grower returns by enhancing premium brand positioning for California avocados and improving grower sustainability.
The Commission’s Board of Directors currently has a Handler Member and Handler Alternate Member seat available. Appointees will fill the vacant seats for the remainder of their unexpired terms: October 31, 2024 for the Member seat and October 31, 2025 for the Alternate Member.
The California Avocado Commission will host its next Board meeting on February 22 from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. in Ventura County. Growers are encouraged to attend to learn more about CAC operations.
The California Avocado Commission joined 31 other California agricultural entities in drafting and signing a letter urging Congress to prioritize a disaster relief package for farmers and ranchers impacted by unprecedented weather events in 2023. Learn more.
The California Avocado Commission has released the 2024 California Avocado Pre-Season Crop Estimate and Weekly Harvest Projections. These projections are based on pre-season crop estimate surveys completed by AMRIC Handlers.
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