Mexico: Citrus Annual

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Citrus production in Mexico is expected to increase marginally in marketing year (MY) 2021/22, on optimal weather conditions and improved yields. Fresh concentrated orange juice production is forecasted higher, on more orange supplies being utilized for juice production due to low fresh fruit prices and consistent demand from the United States. Other citrus fruits grown in Mexico, including lemon, lime, and grapefruit are also forecasted to see moderate production increases in MY 2020/21. Exports to the United States, Mexico’s top market for citrus fruits, are expected to remain strong.

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