US consumers can look forward to ample quantities of lobster and cherries in grocery stores this summer, as perishables shippers turn away from Asian markets.
Meanwhile, their Canadian competitors are busy meeting Asian demand.
But airlines used to loading up with Californian cherries in May have seen meagre pickings this year: of 2.88 million boxes, each holding 18lbs of cherries, 88% have gone to the US domestic market, 220,000 were sold to …
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Source: The Loadstar