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Four Star Fruit Reflects On Concluding California Grape Season

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Delano, California-based Four Star Fruit, a grower and marketer of year-round table grapes, is concluding the California grape season and is transitioning to the Peruvian and Chilean import season.

The California growing season this year was difficult due to the hot weather, creating problematic growing conditions and higher input costs, resulting in a strain on retail prices. According to positive consumer feedback from the company, Four Star Fruit saw popularity with its Pristine and Holiday seedless grape varieties this season. 

“At Four Star Fruit, we take pride in being able to provide premium fruit 52 weeks a year,” said Jack Campbell, president. “Our team is continually developing and expanding our grape offerings, so be on the lookout for our new high-flavor varieties in 2023.”

Four Star Fruit has been in table grape production as a grower-shipper since 1987. The company is family-owned and -operated for three generations by the Campbell family. It produces conventional and organic grapes, including the trademarked Pristine variety. The fields are located throughout the San Joaquin and Coachella Valleys and internationally in Peru, Chile and Mexico.

As the company looks toward future growth, it has announced an increase in its southern hemisphere volume by 20 percent for 2023. Four Star Fruit offers conventional and organic grapes in a variety of pack styles, including sustainable options, catering to current customer and consumer preferences.

To learn more about Four Star Fruit, visit fourstarfruit.com.

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