Uruguay’s citriculture has great potential

Today, oranges leave losses. It costs producers around 600 dollars to produce a ton of oranges, which they sell at an average of $ 700 FOB.

→ read the fulll article


Previous post
'Resilient farming' in avocado and citrus orchards Many growers implement more environmentally sustainable practices first and foremost because they believe it is the most effective way to grow food in an economically viable way, whether or not they get a premium on prices.
Next post
‘Circular’ economy: Upcycling orange juice by-product to cut food waste and boost fibre intake. What if by-products – which contain nutrients and bioactive compounds – could be upcycled for human consumption? A team of researchers from Brazil are investigating just that, focusing specifically on orange juice production.