Israeli citrus season is in full swing. Demand for grapefruits of first and second class is slightly increasing. This year 2 class are more popular than in the past – the price tag and looks are very close to the Turkish grapefruit, but the Israeli surpasses it in taste and storage parameters. Continue reading Peak of Israeli citrus season
The second half of last season stood out intense and the season lasted longer than we expected. For the better, as they say. Also, I was busy with other projects, some of which I hope will bear fruit (pun intended) in the coming months, and one of them you can already see here (opens in new window).
And now – closer to the subject. The new export season can already be considered open. As always, it opened with pomegranates – we will not consider the summer season of exotic fruits, which little by little are going mainly on the EU market. Continue reading Israel. What to expect from 2011-2012 season?
Preparations for the new season are on their way and last week we paid a visit to one of our citrus growers.
Due to his unique location, all the crops are one of the earliest in Israel. The plantation isn’t big but has a wide selection of citrus fruit Continue reading Israel. Photo report from citrus plantation
The middle of summer – a short off-season in the export calendar of Israeli fruits and vegetables. In fact, already now we are negotiating with the farmers on production of the new season – dates of harvest and quantities. Therefore for buyers also now is the time to think about the upcoming season and begin to reserve quantities. This is especially important for products beginning in August and September.
More information about the new season – below. Continue reading Israel. Fruits, vegetables season 2010-2011