ConservasSep. 12, 2013
Duraznos/EE.UU: cosecha en California sería la tercera menor en los últimos 50 años
The Californian cling peach harvest is to be smaller than in 2012 after deliveries fall short of forecasts. This makes it the third smallest crop in over 50 years, according to the California Canning Peach Association (CCPA).
As of September 7, peach deliveries were up to 364,343 (short) tons, according to the California League of Food Processors. The harvest was complete in the Yuba/Sutter, Modesto and Kingsburg areas, and it was estimated that there were approximately 50 tons left to be picked in the Stockton growing area.