CEPEA: Oranges and Ponkan tangerine devalue in April, while for Tahiti lime, prices rise

As the availability of pear oranges is low, many farmers — majorly in northern SP — tried to anticipate the harvesting of early varieties, aiming to take advantage of the current firm prices and make cash flow during the inter-harvest.

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