Four Star Fruit is consolidating the California grape season and moving into season with imports from Peru and Chile, which begin harvesting this month. The company ships grapes to the US, Canada, Mexico and Asia.
The growing and exporting company is finishing off the California grape season in earnest and gearing up for an import season from Peru and Chile starting this month.
This year’s California production season has been marred by extreme heat, which has created problematic growing conditions and increased input costs, which have impacted prices. retailers, Overall, California’s production volume has been about the same as last year, although final totals won’t be available until January. Overall, positive consumer feedback indicates that the seedless Pristine® and Holiday® grape varieties have been successful this season.
“We take pride in being able to offer high quality fruit 52 weeks a year,” says Jack Campbell, president. “Our team is constantly developing and expanding our grape offering, so stay tuned for our new high-tasting varieties in 2023!”
Looking at future growth, the company has announced a 20% increase in volume in the Southern Hemisphere by 2023. Four Star Fruit offers conventional and organic grapes in a variety of packaging styles, including sustainable options, to meet the current preferences of customers and consumers. ,
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