Potato production down 7%: Higher citrus output pushes '98 prices lower

Thienpont, Charles
January 1998
FoodService Director;01/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p90
Trade Publication
Reports that there was a decrease in potato production in 1997 in the United States, while an increase in citrus for 1998 is speculated to cause a decrease in prices below levels recorded in 1997. Statistical information on potato production in various states; What is expected in the production of various citrus for 1998. INSET: Market basket.


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