USA: USApple bullish on smaller than average 2002 crop
National trade body US Apple Association (USApple) was bullish as it reported projected the a smaller than average 2002 US apple crop at 213.3 million bushels. Despite being the smallest crop since 1986, due to devastating weather in some key growing areas, USApple analysts insisted that fruit quality and the varietal mix of the crop should attract consumers and yield higher returns for growers.
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