October 19, 2018

Rains reduce liquidity in the Brazilian citrus market; prices rise

The trading pace in the market of in natura orange was slow in Brazil in the first fortnight of October. Besides the lack of high quality fruits, rains in São Paulo State limited harvesting activities and lowered the available supply even more.


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