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Title: Annual report
Alternate Title: Annual report of the Citrus and Vegetable Inspection Division
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Citrus and Vegetable Inspection Division
Publisher: Citrus and Vegetable Division, Florida Dept. of Agriculture
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: 1958
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Table of Contents
    Cover
        Cover
    Title Page
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Index
        Page 3
    Letter of transmittal
        Page 4
    Vegetables, nuts, avocados and melons
        Page 5
    Balance between tonnage (carlot equivalent) and personnel (no. of men)
        Page 6
    Crop disposition summary
        Page 7
    Canning plant inspection
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
    Weekly fruit analysis report
        Page 11
    Canning plant
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
    Shipments of grapefruit, oranges and tangerines
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
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        Page 35
        Page 36
        Page 37
        Page 38
    Road guard passing reports
        Page 39
        Page 40
        Page 41
        Page 42
    Lime shipments
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
        Page 46
    Laboratory report
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
    Bond and license department report
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
        Page 53
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1958-1959 SEASON
ANNUAL REPORT )



S. J'


and
VEGETABLE
INSPECTION
DIVISION
WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA







FLORIDA DEPARTMENT
OF AGRICULTURE










STATE OF FLORIDA


DEPARTMENT
OF
AGRICULTURE


NATHAN MAYO
Commissioner of Agriculture
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA


























STATE OF FLORIDA
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
NATHAN MAYO, COMMISSIONER


CITRUS AND VEGETABLE


INSPECTION DIVISION

WINTER HAVEN. FLORIDA


G. E. COPELAND, DIRECTOR


J. F. MAYS, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
BOND a LICENSE FEE ACCOUNTS


H. S. FLYNT, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
VEGETABLE BRANCH
ORLANDO, FLORIDA


NOVELL HALL. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
IN CHARGE OF PERSONNEL


H. N. STRODE. STATISTICIAN
INSPECTION AND SHIPPING RECORDS


G. F. WESTBROOK, CHIEF CHEMIST
AND CANNERY COORDINATOR


WM. C. PIERCE. ATTORNEY






U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE


H. M. RILEY, FEDERAL SUPERVISOR
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES


LAMAR ENGLISH. FEDERAL REPRESENTATIVE
PROCESSED FOODS INSPECTION








INDEX

Page No.

Arsenic Spray Law Enforcement ...................... 47

Balance Between Tonnage (Carlot Equivalent
and Personnel (No. of Men) ..........- ..--. ......... 6

Bond & License Department Report ....................50-71

Canning Plant Inspection .................... ............-- 8

Canning Plant Inspection, By Months ...................-- 9

Canning Plant Inspection, By Seasons ..-................10

Canning Plants (Names & Locations) ......... ........-49

Canning Plant-Total Pack ......................12-13-14-15

Container Analysis By Areas & Statewide ....23-24-45

Crop Disposition Summary ....-...7..- ................ 7

Florida Canner's Association Reports ........12-13-14-15

Grade Analysis By Areas & Statewide ......... 30-31-32

Laboratory Report ..........-...... ...- .....47-48

Letter of Transmittal ............ ..... .... .... ........ .. 4

Licensed Fruit Dealers ..--.......... ............. ........51-71

Lime Shipments .................... ......... ........ .. 43-46

Road Guard Passing Reports ... ........-.......... --39-42

Shipments of Grapefruit, Oranges & Tangerines:

By Counties, By Months .............. ............17-21

By Counties, For Season .................. .................. 22

By Seasons ..... .... .. .............. ....... 16

By Type of Fruit, By Destination
By Areas & Statewide .......................- 25-26-27

Interstate, Intrastate, & Export ........--..........28-29

Transportation and Destinations
By Areas & Statewide ..........................-36-37-38

Size Analysis By Areas & Statewide ...............33-34-33

Summary of Shipments by Seasons ......................16

Vegetables, Nuts, Avocados & Melons ....--...-......-..... 5

W eekly Fruit Analysis Report ................. .. -....--......11























LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL

July 31, 1959


Honorable Nathan Mayo
Commissioner of Agriculture
Tallahassee, Florida


Sir:

It is my honor to submit to you the Annual Report
of the Citrus and Vegetable Inspection Division for
the past season. (August 1, 1958 to July 31, 1959)


Respectfully,
George E. Copeland
Director

GE(/hs









Certified Vegetables, Nuts, Avocados and Melons


(Reported by Vegetable Branch)


Carlot Equivalents-Fiscal Year Ending June 26, 1959


Commodity
Avocados ....................
Beans ..........................
Cabbage ......................

Carrots .....................
Cauliflower .................
Celery ................ ......
Corn ............................
Cucumbers ................
Eggplant ...................
Endive ........................
Escarole ..................
Lettuce ....................
Onions .........................
Parsley ....................
Peaches .......................
Peanuts- Shelled ........
F. S.- Comm. ......
F. S.- C.C.C. ......
F. S.-Regrades ..
F. S.-Outgrades
Peppers .......................
Potatoes .....................
Radishes ......................
Romaine ......................
Squash ....................
Strawberries .............
SSweet Potatoes .......
Tomatoes .....................
Watermelons ...............


Type Number
Container Packages
Pounds .......... 7,696,448
Bushels .......... 33,834
Bags .............. 254,573
Crates ............ 1,097,370
Bushels .......... 5,454
1-1/4 Bushels 16,820
Crates ............ 4,220,181
Crates .........- 5,010,989
Bushels .......... 2,715,271
Bushels .......... 12,462
Bushels .......... 5,929
Bushels .......... 8,937
L. A. Crates 888
Crates .......... 146
Bushels .......... 3,615
Bushels .......... 3,155
Pounds .......... 37,990,085
Tons .............. 12,370.43
Tons ............. 12,462.08
Tons ........--.... 32,476.92
Tons .............. 10,645.90
Bushels .......... 149,014
100 Lb. Bags.. 2,010,731
Bushels ....-.... 22,537
1-1/9 Bushels 228
Bushels ........ 7,796
24 Pt. Crates. 7,776
Bushels .......... 6,833
Bushels .......... 7,487,020
Melons ......... 5,165,139


Equiv.
Carlots
329
54
479
2,186
9
29
8,579
7,879
4,618
25
8
15
3

7
8
752
1,031
1,039
2,706
887
240
5,116
39

17
13
14
14,508
4,791





















CITRUS & VEGETABLE INSPECTION DIVISION
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
AND
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE COOPERATING


SEASON- AUGUST, 1 958- J ULY,31, 1959.
54,5 86 CARS-VEG.,MELONS, PEANUTS 8 AVOCADOS.
56.664 CARS -FRESH CITRUS
178,196 CARS- CANNERY CITRUS
No.of U.S.D.A.UNDER CONTRACTwiththe FLA.DEPT. of AGRI.
CARS CERTIFIED 151,092,227 CASES (24-No2Can Equiv.) of
S1000)O 35185
3 CONCENTRATEor OTHER CITRUS PRODUCTS. 1I


AUG.


SEPT. OCT.


No. of 1958
MEN
CITRU 43 47 144
VEG 25 37


NOV. DEC. JAN.
1959


FEB. MAR, APR MAY JUNE JULY


227 295 323 318 297 258 240 135 53


No.of
MEN


130 127 133 145 1 98 187 131 31


47 107





DISPOSITION OF FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, ORANGES, TANGELOS, & TANGERINES

August 1, 1958 Through July 31, 1959


CERTIFIED FRESH FRUIT SHIPMENTS
INTRASTATE
East of West of Totals
Interstate Suwannee Suwannee 'Export
Typz of Fruit Boxes % Boxes i Boxes % Boxes Boxes
Grapefruit


Seeded 1.7 2 ,.10 7 11 i.57 1 374 3,041
Pink Sc(,lled 58,366 1,206 2 31; 15
Seedless 46 51 241.980 1 2 540 237.52
Pink Seelles 4.170,986 !971 13.103 1 2 403 61172
Totals 13,753.305 391 3198,665 |11 1,353 301,821
Tangelos 174.718 5 4.300 I 2 990)
Oranges I "l I
Earl s 3.26Q,335 71 ,1 7 1,465 30.9 1
Mid-Season 2.339,759 1 316 709 16,24.
Temple 1 1.43A8,07J I 51.711 346 o6 J
Late 3,861.562 110 121,4.5 | 1.009 | H1,035
Totals 11,075,281 14 345,. 9 8 | 3.628 | 1219,230
Tangerines I. 2,262,372 |50! 60.03-8 j 2 282 72


Total (ALL) 27,090,9508 I 804.6i 1 5.263 I 431,12


S 1.820,09 12
5I 6,3 100


S.278.964 54
4.296.464 100
14.455.1491 41
179.1171 60

3.371,048 7
2,446,029 16
1,491,071 J
4,065.9621 10
11,554.1271 14
2,322,7641 52
2 ,33 2040


I Interstate Intrastate
Cannery "Express ''By ''Non
Commercial Shipments Products I Commercial Totals (All)
I% of
Boxes e, Boxes % Boxes Boxes i% Boxes Crop

12.783,1 I H 2, 325.4001 21 3. 137 6 ,2516 1 15.620.,377 12.37
S I I59,623 .05
..7,i.3131 |3 3125.400 2 5 51.580[ 6| 1 5,225,287 12.06
S|__ II______ 1.216.464 3.:3)
.18,552,52 (!1!i 650,8001 2 3,437| 1 .539.836 4 35.201,751127.87
60.000 201 1.O00O I |I 9.0,) 31 20 300.0001 .24


36.131,09 ,1 l 1 .114.800 21 442411 2.420,01!| 31 47.01.'99H 37.31


32,682,340 51 g| 83,600 1 35.48 9 1,700.000 41 39,167,3)1 31.02
6.H874.2311791 1 O880,2001 2 79,730| 4,179.1102 51 H6.567,30'. 0 8.33
1.591.966 i3 2X.8O00__ [ 5523,4701121 4,500,000 3.56
H9,0(21.7261 2.59S.00 0 83.167, 6)-H.2 12672.40 .26,141


includes 178 boxes Grapefruit and 366,802 boxes of Oranges imported from Cuba.
*Certified commercial and government export shipments.
**Indicated figures and permission to their use given by Growers Administrative Committee, Florida Citrus Commisson and Federal-State Marlet News Service.
Express Shipments and intrastate non-commercial estimated.
Percentages derived from 'TOTAIS column on extreme right; and percentuaes not listed are less than one per cent.







Report of the Cannery Department
1958-1959 Season

This department assists the field force in the
application of condition inspection and maturity and
internal quality inspection of all fruit received at the
processing plants ,and grade inspection of the finished
pack through contractual agreement with the United
States Department of Agriculture.


CONDITION INSPECTION

Condition inspection of all citrus fruit received
at processing plants is maintained to prevent the
processing of decomposed, unsound, or stale fruit.
Daily reports are issued covering all fruit received
and processed at each plant.


MATURITY & INTERNAL QUALITY INSPECTION

Under the Florida Citrus Code of 1949 as amend-
ed. all citrus fruit canned or concentrated is subject
to the maturity requirements throughout the entire
season. Representative samples were drawn, generally
mechanically, from each load received, accurately
analyzed, and certificates issued thereon. Information
thus obtained not only insured compliance with the
Code, but was used extensively by the industry in
maintaining uniform quality by proper blending, and
also as impartial data on all lots received.
When gallons or pounds of juice per box was
requested by the processor on an optional basis for
the determination of pounds solids, commercial juice
extractors, modified to suit inspection needs, were
employed in the testing procedure.
Thirty-seven plants used this extra service during
the season, with approximately 95% of all oranges
being inspected on this basis.
As a further service, comprehensive records of
average percent acid and solids, and juice content,
by weeks, are compiled by the department for the
information and use of the industry. A summary of
this information is included with this report.


GRADE INSPECTION OF FINISHED PACK

Close liaison was maintained with the Agricultural
Marketing Service, United States Department of Agri-
culture, who by contract with the Florida Department
of Agriculture, performed the grade inspection and
certification of the finished pack and other controls
necessary under the Code. Irregularities reported by
the United States Department of Agriculture inspec-
tors were promptly followed up by this department,
and necessary corrective measures taken to insure
compliance with the Code.




CERTIFIED CITRUS FRUIT FOR USE AT CANNING AND CONCENTRATING PLANTS

SEASON: AUGUST 1, 1958 JULY 31, 1959

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)


Month Year
August 1958.........
September 1958........
October 1958-........
November 1958..........-
December 1958.....-..-
January 1959- ......
February 1959........
March 1959..
April 1959... ..
May 1959........
June 1959--- ...
July 1959.......

STATEWIDE TOTALS


Grapefruit
681
1,865
289,417
1,264,572
2,187,086
3,425,130
3,057,373
4,210,815
2,315,578
1.243.834
499,946
57,341


Oranges
12,126
5,485
179,066
1,721,844
7,178,192
13,357,821
12,049,237
5,256,191
10,189,212
13.148.037
5,556,993
222,500


Tangerines Limes
6,704
6,343
21,317
98,912 14,112
377,965 7,128
806,151 3,457
290,268 3,331
21,670 2,551
1,635
1,599
4,724


. 18,553,638 68.876,704 1,594,966


LESS BOXES DIVERTED ...---........... -
TOTAL BOXES UTILIZED ---....-.....-


1,109


2,473


- 18.552.529 *68.874.2311 1.594.966


Total Boxes
19,511
13,693
489,800
3,099,440
9,750,371
17,592,559
15,400,209
9,491,227
12,506,425
14,393,470
6,061,663
279,841


72,901 89,098,209

3,582
72.901 89.094.627


* Includes 178 boxes of grapefruit and 366,802 boxes of oranges imported from Cuba.


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CERTIFIED CITRUS FRUIT FOR USE AT CANNING AND CONCENTRATING PLANTS
By Seasons August 1 to July 31, Inclusive
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)

Season Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Limes Total
1949-1950 .... -....~.....-----........ 13,486,200 34,057,323 1,594,920 49,738,443
1950-1951 .... --......-17,813,786 41,857,889 1,354,572 61,026,257
1951-1952 ........... ...................-....13,593,001 47,450,510 657,136 61,700,647
S 1952-1953 .... .. 15,167,188 45.838,898 1,064,134 62,070,220
1953-1954 -----.........- -...20,047,898 62,813,450 1,037,957 83,899,305
1954-1955 1..5,660,176 60,569,884 1.104,867 77,334.927
1955-1956 18,661.538 64,908.741 980,946 114.758 84.665,983
1956-1957 .... ..... ........ .....19,029,177 67,822,956 1,258,907 189,318 88,300,358
1957-1958 ............. ..- 16,490,830 64,548,181 351,093 54,860 81,444,964
*1958-1959 -- .----.-----..... 18,552,529 68,874.231 1,594,966 72,901 89,094,627
* Includes 178 boxes of grapefruit and 366,802 boxes of oranges imported from Cuba.










Citrus & Vegetable Inspection Division

Florida Department of Agriculture

United States Department of Agriculture

Cooperating

Winter Haven, Florida

Average acid and solids content, by week, of
grapefruit and oranges received at processing plants
for 1958-59 season. Samples taken from composite
sizes and represent all varieties-


FRUIT ORANGES

. Total 1,000 % Total
Acid Solids Ratio Boxes Acid Solids Ratio


1.36 2, i.62| 7.07 51
l

1.10 10.00 7.11 7.I
1. 7i 10.31 7.01| 143
1.481 10.32 6.97T 29)1
1.414 10.25' 7.12| 4903
1.41 10.32 7.17 576

1.49 10.61 7.14 834
1.50 10.70 7.13 1219
1.4!) 10.6(; 7.17 2042
1.49,; 10.7 7.1( 1419

1.531 10.86 7.10 2474
1.52; 10.72 7.051 2983.
1.51; 10.(; 7.07 2897
1.51 10.6t' 7.0UT 2903


1.07 10.561 9.87

1.02 10.23 10.03
1.02 10.221 10.02
.918 10.25 10.46
.9 7 10.41 10.73
.95 10.50 11.05

.95 10.83 11.40
.96 11.13 11.50
.97 11.43 11.78
.96 11.46 11.i94

.06 11.74 12.23
.051 11.86| 12.48
.96 12.14' 12.65
.981 12.33 12.58


Iate Rec'd
Week
Ending
Oct. 26

Nov. 2 ..
Nov. 9
Nov. 16
Nov. 23
Nov. 30 ..

Dec. 7
Dec. 14
Dec. 21 ..
Dec. 28

Jan. 4.
Jan. 11 .
Ji2m,. 11
Jan. 1
Jan. 25

Fe 1 .
Feb.
Feb. 15
F b. 22 .

Mar. I ....
Mar. 8 ..
Mar. 15 ..
Mar. 22 .
Mar. 29 .

Apr. 5
Apr. 12
Apr. 19 ....
Apr. 26 ....


675, 1.50
685 1.419|
593 1.489
574 1.45,

600 1.42
| 830 1.10
S 821 1.40
1414 1.36
1420 1.38


643 1.25'
382 1.20
309i 1.23]


ay 3 ...... 316 1.23; 10.21 8.33 32531 .89 11.90 13.44
ay 10 .... 293! 1.1 10.22 8.61 32222 .7, 12.14 13.95
av 17 225 1.10 10.20 9.27 3:123' .81 12.2 14.63
ay 24 .... 212 1.07 9.83 9.1 2754, .81 12,4 14.87
ay 31 .... 215 1.041 .75 3 2614 .81 12.41 15.42

ne 7 .... 179 .98 9.3 9.83 2480 .78 12.53 16.06
n 14 .... 132 1.011 1.)2 !).82 1887 .77 12.2 16.39
ne 21 .... 54 .94 !.72 10.3 776 .74 12.57 16.99
ne 28 .... 33 .5 .82 10.3-1 202 .6! 12.69 18.31)

eighted
vg ..... 1.39 10.58 7.61 .92 12.21 13.27
Average of Con. only.l[ .9)1 12.42 13.65

The above figures include approximately 365,000 boxes of Cuban


9.87 7.90
10.70 7.530
11.11 7.41
10.25 7.54[
9.95 8.09
10.19 7.40 '
10.34 8.08
10.34 7.66
10.13 7.24


11.47 13.03
12.09 13.58
11.76 13.07
11.97 13.30
11.17 14.34
12.03 13.37
11.88 14.14
11.30 12.70
11.231 12.48


GRAPE

1.000



90
125
2551
326
30.'

485
4917


221
465'
777
; 676
620


7.19 3055 .'18 12.52 12.78
7.25 3138 .971 12.73 13.12
7.26 39209 .9 6 12.981 13.52
7.51 3181| .96| 13.16 13.71

7.63 2113 .98 13.061 13.33
7.71| 2191 .9H 13.15 13.42
7.76 12239 1.02 12.89 12.64
8.01 284 1.00 11.09 11.99
7.66 921 .98 11.63 11.87

8.25 891 .04 11.40 12.13
8.26 1833 .90 11.40 12.67
8.37 2515 .01 11.67 12.82
8.27 2767 .90 11.83 13.14


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orIanges.

1957-58
1936-3 57


19521-53
1951-52
11)50-51
1 949-50








*PROCESSED CONCENTRATED ORANGE
JUICE AND FROZEN CONCENTRATED
ORANGE JUICE AND FROZEN GRAPE-
FRUIT ANNUAL PACKS IN THE STATE
OF FLORIDA.
SEASONS OF 1940-41 TO 1958-59 INCLUSIVE


Year
1940-41
1941-42
1942-43
1943-44
1944-45
1945-46
1946-47
1947-48
1948-49
1949-50
1950-51
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59


Processed
Concentrated
Orange Juice
(Gallons)
65,000
93,000
1,882,000
1,283,000
240,000
244,000
1,447,000
1,739,000
1,897,000
1,529,422
2,529,671
1,897,848
536,660
1,339,222
1,531,449
1,085,697
1,801,283
1,149,081
547,280


Frozen
Concentrated
Orange Juice
(Gallons)





226,000
559,000
1,935,000
10,232,000
21,647,447
30,757,656
44,030.633
46,553,695
65,531,204
64,685,956
70,224,053
72,011,741
57,150,566
79,910,670


Frozen
Grapefruit
Concentrate
(Gallons)








116,123
1,584,561
187,903
1,097,564
1,226,485
1,656,469
1,155,314
2,511,831
2,949,072
3,330,301
4.952,488


*CONCENTRATED PROCESSED GRAPE-
FRUIT, FROZEN BLENDED CONCEN-
TRATE AND FROZEN TANGERINE CON-
CENTRATE
SEASONS OF 1948-49 TO 1958-59 INCLUSIVE


Year
1948-49
1949-50
1950-51
1951-52
1952-53
1953-54
1954-55
1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59


Processed
Grapefruit
(Gallons)
18,728
27,891
147,707
16,112
50,563
55,372
31,860
30,719
59,105
107,896
165,115


Frozen
Blend
(Gallons)
111,836
1,302,748
245,106
535,703
479,745
965,430
560,545
954,142
596,731
506,915
689,521


Processed
Blend and
Tangerine
(Gallons)
440

1,060




25,055
32,431

188,154


Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used
for canning Frozen Grapefruit, Pro-
cessed Grapefruit and Frozen Blend for
the Season of 1958-59 .... .............. .
Number of field boxes of Oranges used for
canning Frozen Orange Concentrate,
Processed Orange and Frozen Blend for
the Season of 1958-59 .... ....-- .. ..
Number of field boxes of Tangerines used
for canning Frozen Tangerine Concen-
trate, and Processed Tangerine for the
Season of 1958-59 .........................


Frozen
Tangerine
(Gallons)



349,161
551.397
443,105
877,011
618,986
792,516
146,576
1,151,782



4,578,349



53,075,335



1,020,657


* Figures above furnished by and used through the
courtesy of the Florida Canners' Ass'n.

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**FLORIDA PRODUCTION OF CITRUS CONCENTRATE
Season of 1958-59


Sizes


48/6 oz. .................................................................
24/6 oz .............................................................. .....

24/12 oz .......................................... ......................
Other sizes Converted to 48/6 oz. ...........................
12/32 oz ................................................................


Other Sizes Converted to 12/32 oz. ..............................................


Frozen Processed Frozen
Orange Orange Grapefruit
21,018,239 SA 29,054
26,943 SA 874,866
US 197,786
6,716,314 US 4,007
233,655 Various
1,849,2!)4 Sizes SA 112,651
US 13,098
144,217


Processed
Grapefruit
& Tangerine


Various
Sizes


Frozen Frozen
Blend Tangerine


SA 411,295
US 499,240


SA 1,413


TOTAL CASES ALL SIZES ....................................... ...... ...... 29,988,661 1,231,462 911,948
Total sizes converted to gallons ........................................ ............ 68,939,307 1,658,366 1,028,590
B ulk Gallons ......................................................... .... ...... ............. 20,872,553 3,643,173 18,894

Gross Gallons ....................... ............ .............. ....... ........ ............. 89,811,860 547,280 5.301,539 188,154 1,047,484
Less Reprocessed Gallons .......................... .................. ... ............... 9,901,190 349,051 357,963

Net Gallons .................................................-------............................. 79,910,670 547,280 4,952,488 188,154 689,521
Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Canning Frozen Grapefruit, Processed Grapefruit and Frozen Blend for the Season of 1958-59 ............
Number of field boxes of Oranges used for Canning Frozen Orange Concentrate, Processed Orange and Frozen Blend for the Season of 1958-59 ....
Number of field boxes of Tangerines used for Canning Frozen Tangerine Concentrate, and Processed Tangerine for the Season of 1958-59 ................
CHILLED CITRUS PRODUCTS
*N um br of field boxes of Oranges used for Chilled Juice ...................................... .. .. .......... ... ........................ ....... ........... ........
*Number of field boxes of Oranges used for Chilled Orange Sections, and Salad ..... ........ .. ---.. .. ......... ...- ... ....... .....--..................
*Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Chilled Juice .................................. ......... .. .... ..... .. ...... ... ................................
*Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Chilled Grapefruit Sections, and Salad ............... ......... ............................
*August 29, 1959
**Figures above furnished by and used through the courtesy of the Florida Canners' Association.


621,421



983



622,404
702,047
745,156

1.447,203
295,421

1,151,782
4,578,349
53,075,335
1,020,657

6,129,043
407,070
141,845
745,036


.. .... . .
............


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*FLORIDA PRODUCTION OF CANNED CITRUS SEASON OF 1958-59


24/2's .........
404x700 .....
48/8 oz.
48/6 oz .....
24/303 ...
24/13 ~ oz.
12/32 oz.
Cony. 2's..

- TOTALS ...



24/2's
404x700 ....
48/6 oz ......
6/10's ......
24/12 oz. ..
24/4 oz. .....
12/32 oz. ..
Cony. 2's .....

TOTALS .....


Sw. Grf.
Sections
..-.-.--- . ...... 74,806
........ .... ...... .. 598,023
... . 200,145

3,574.613
..-.--....- ............ 199,306


Unsw. Grf. Broken
Sections Sections
_. 3,027
6,391
36,198


Citrus
Salad

90,482
55,496


220,769 335,491 500,146


...... 6,176 .........

4,646.893 263,143 344,909 646,124


Sw. Grf.
Juice
.... 619,781
-......-........ ....... ...... .. 2,081,902
-......----- --- ...-- 395,667
-. ..- --- ....- ... .....-- ....- 16,533
--- --....... --.. -- ........ 12,107

-..--..- -. 42,326
.. .. .... .......... .. . 12,59 1

....- .... ..- ... ........-..- ....... 3,180,907


Unsw. Grf.
Juice
1,323,793
3,879,534
311,165
4,051
50,686

63,536
5,908

5,638,673


Sw. Orange
Juice
1,273,123
3,181,762
714,375
16,396
43,383
4,075,418
97,905
48,535

9,450,897


Orange Tang.
Sections Juice
103,323
10,767 510,964

-.- 8,478
6,894


...... 7,337

17,661 630,102


Unsw. Orange
Juice
1.158,560
3,888,041
183,608
975
75,568

97,088
60,000

5,463,840


Sw. Blend
Juice
325,430
1,379,257
33,651
13,260
1,510


17,643

1,770,751


Tang.
Blends

5,442


5,442

Unsw. Blend
Juice
346,102
1,374,828
1,962
975
9,922


5,296

1,739,085


~


-


--




THE ABOVE CONVERTED TO 24/2 CANS


Sw. Grapefruit Sections ......-
Unsw. Grapefruit Sections ..
Broken Sections ................
Citrus Salad ............-
Orange Sections -..........-....
Tangerine Juice ----
Tangerine Blends ------......


-.......---....... 4,067,921 Sweetened Grapefruit Juice
-- ------ 217,979 Unsweetened Grapefruit Juice
--------.. 286,512 Sweetened Orange Juice
-----.. .---. 571,376 Unsweetened Orange Juice
.--..---- 19,216 Sweetened Blended Juice ...
. -.. .--- 759,542 Unsweetened Blended Juice
.----.......- 6,851


CONVERTED TOTAL ............

Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Canning Sections.......
Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Canning Grapefruit Juice
SNumber of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Canning Combination Juice
Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Canning Citrus Salad
Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Canning Tangerine Blends
Number of field boxes of Oranges used for Canning Orange Juice .
Number of field boxes of Oranges used for Canning Combination Juicii
Number of field boxes of Oranges used for Canning Orange Sections ..
Number of field boxes of Oranges used for Canning Citrus Salad.-..--.
Number of field boxes of Oranges used for Canning Tangerine Blends ..
Number of field boxes of Tangerines used for Canning Tangerine Juice
Number of field boxes of Tangerines used for Canning Tangerine IBlends ..
Figures above furnished by and used through the courtesy of the Florida


33,501,282


Canners' Ass'n.


3,581,467
........6,514,056
..... 6,892,722
S6,371,808
.. ..2,120,386
......2,091,446


.3,305,897
.7,421,858
1,698,814
S295,916
2,435
-7,951,795
1,147,434
19,214
209,573

563,087
2,803





CERTIFIED FRESH CITRUS FRUIT SHIPMENTS By Season* (In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
Season Gft. Org. Tang. Total Color Added
1935-1936 ... ...... ..- ...... ... 6,837,864 14,215,840 1,737,517 22,791,221 9,740,084
1936-1937 ........ ....... .......-- .. 9,812,380 17,417,822 2,728,248 29,958,450 10,622,742
1937-1938 ..... ........ ..... 8,077,947 21,409,903 1,969,232 31,457,082 11,142,861
1938-1939 .... ...... 10,653,898 27,726,963 2.949.274 41,330,135 14.951.080
1939-1940 ...... ... ............... 6,313,585 18,954,443 2,035,941 27,303,969 6,672,269
1940-1941 ..................-- -.~.........--- 8,756,093 22,904,429 2,283,495 33,944,017 7,770,624
1941-1942 .............. .......... .... .. 7,309,619 21,183,713 1,735,188 30,228,520 8,442,970
1942-1943 .... -------.......... --.............-- 8,498.166 28.452,013 3,381,943 40,332,122 11,073,757
1943-1944 ................... --........ ...- .....-- 9,298,690 32,752,390 3,103,524 45,154,604 18,735,188
1944-1945 ...-................--- .. .......-- ..... -5,990,769 26,013,918 3,406,328 35,411,015 16,341,691
1945-1946 ....................................... .. 8.611.014 27,836,857 3,228,711 39,676,582 21,249,972
1946-1947 ..... ..............------- .9,401,940 30,061,266 2,517,268 41,980,474 21,731,995
1947-1948 ....................- ......... .. 8,688,508 25,146,951 2,390,646 36,226,105 17,101,488
1948-1949 ...........-...-.... -.......... ...12,384,157 28,302,233 2,958,243 43,644,633 20,576,590
1949-1950 .... ------............-.....-....-----.. 9,215,523 20,449,442 2,881,159 32,546,124 14,497,245
1950-1951 ........... -..-.. --- ...............13,750,840 21,474,494 2,692,614 37,917,948 14,901,864
1951-1952 .............. .... .....................17,448,995 26,979,133 2,894,486 47,322,614 17,542,648
1952-1953 ....-------.. ..... .........- -15,734,478 22,224,392 3,311,192 41,270,062 13,753,552
1953-1954 ... ............-- ......... 18,899,227 24,115,727 3,066,458 46,081,412 15,693,140
1954-1955 ............--.....- ........--....17,076,007 22,574,267 3,362,502 43,012,776 13,537,175
1955-1956 ..-----............. ..... ..--- -.. 17,606,916 20,946,070 3,066,763 41,619,749 13,806,103
1956-1957 ..------........... ........---.... 16,241,375 19,305,133 2,929,451 38,475,959 12,235,129
1957-1958 --------... .... ..........------12,973,347 14,731,091 1,604,774 29,309,212 8,020,722
1958-1959 ......----............................. --- 14,455,149 11,554,127 2,322,764 28,332,040 5,959,849
*Beginning with 1949-1950, seasons are from August 1 to July 31, inclusive. Prior seasons are from September 1 to August 31,
inclusive.









County Shipments By Months

AUGUST, 1958

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)

|Color
County Grapefruit Oranges Tangs. Totals Added
Duval ............ 23 189 212
Indian River.. 764 678 1,442
STATE TOTAL 787| 8671 1,654


SEPTEMBER, 1958

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)

IColor
County I Grapefruit I Oranges Tangs. Totals Added
Hillsborough 1,434 1,434
Indian River..| 60 1141 174
Lake .............. 2,944 2,944
Orange ......... 4,2631 4,263
Osceola .... ... 1,319 I 1,319
STATE TOTAL 10.0201 1l.1 10,1341


OCTOBER, 1958

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)


County I
Brevard .......
Citrus .....
DeSoto ....
Duval ....... ----
Highlands ...
Hillsborough
Indian River
Iake .........
Marion ......- .
Orange ..
Osceola .......
Pasco ..........
Pinellas .....
Polk ...... .
Putnam ........
St. Lucie -.....
Seminole ---
S'I ATE TOTAL:


ras Added
Grapefruit I Oranges Tangs. I Totals Color


4,821 700
1,102
8,427
6,792 3,906
85,114 28,370
44,S86 5,604
69,077 26;
107,41 53,099
1,598 17,171
404,650 133,824
14,535 37,025
I 297,
17,813
413,235 79,085
575
23,880 394
27,696 18,747
1,221,9381 388,352


5,521 700
1,102 1,102
8,427 8,427
10,698 3,906
113,484 28,370
50,490 5,604
69,103
11! 160,951 53,099
18,769 17,165
1,164 539,638 133,149
51,560 37,025
297 297
17,813
492,320 79,085
575 575
24,274 394
46,443 18,747
1,17511.611,4651 387,645


NOVEMBER, 1958

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)


County
Brevard ....
Broward .
Citrus
DeSoto
Duval ........
Hardee ....
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Indian River
Lake ....
Manatee -..
Marion ..
Orange ......
Osceola ...
Palm Beach
Pasco ... ....
Pinellas ....
Polk .....
Putnam --
St. Lucie .
Sarasota ..
Seminole ....
Volusia ..
STATE TOTAl


I Grapefruit Oranges i
38,566 30,564
434 20
134 1,151
1,105 44,943
17,377 23,510
24 875
243 4,457
35,669 74,594
40,772 70,914
216,206 2,388
105,801 167,609
351 1,186
4,354 48,505
268,626 4314,674
7,062 33,715
50
7,460 11,788
60,967 7,029
545,344 468,710
1,422
129,658 35,772
4,261
30,907 101,424
5,602 1,953


1,520,923 1,569,2621


SColor
Tangs. I Totals I Added
69,130 19,582
454
23 1,308 957
11,132 57,180 41,842
15,744 58,631 25,152
4,151 5,050 781
3,320 8,020 4,457
9,260 119,523 74,055
13,908 125,594 60,192
381 218,975
68,646 342,056 149,378
1,537 1,186
1,558 54,417 43,305
286,591 989,891 378,165
10,033 50,810 33,715
50
1,776 21,024 10,935
4,195 72,191 7,029
128,840 1,142,903 431,581
3,233 4,655 1,075
359 165,789 31,822
4,261
34,879 167,210 71,684
15,149 22,704 1,953
613,17813,703,36311,389,146


LI









County Shipments By Months

DECEMBER, 1958

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)


County I Grapefruit Oranges
Brcvard ..... 1 0421 .'0,094i
Citrus ....... 268 792
DeSoto ....... 4,3991 48.399
Duval ...... 4,98 17.84
Hardee
Hernando 34 12,908s
Highlands 33,5231 3,193
Hillsborough 28,913 10,776
Indian River 262,336 16.2121
Lake ........... 71,216 254,003!
Manatee ...... 161 244!
Marion ....... 5,720 133,2031
Orange .... 142,291 508,820
Osceola 2,646 35.762
Palm Beach .. 99 84
Paico ..... 5,853 28,195,
Pinellas ....... 56,016 3 1,923|
Polk ...... 512,23 701,214
Putnam ....... 412 ,042
St. Lucie 116, 30 6 ,780
Sarasota 4,256 829
Seminole 18,288 113.164
Volusia 1,:182 16,8016
*Section .0110, .247


Tangs. Totals
1.999 111,135
1,060
25.072 77,870
37.210 51,751
10,334 1 10,33 1
18,781 31,723
16.403, 143,119
45,6691 165,358
1,078 279,6261
152,037 477,256
405
11.636 150,5591
406,345 1,057,456
7,005 45,413
186 1,432
7,368 3 i,416
17.832 10n,771
342,923 1.564,760
17.081 26535
3,937 21:,847
5,085
83,269 214,721
45,597 6:,785
8,247


STATE TOTALI 1,320,606 2,286,296 1.251,76214,858,664:1,74,697


JANUARY, 1959

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)


County
Brevard .. |
Citrus ....
DeSo,.o ....
Duval ....
Hardee
Hernando --
Highlands .
Hillshorough
Indian River
Lake ... .
Manatee .
Marion ....
Orange ......
Os ceola .....
Palm Beach
Pasco ......... .
Pinellas ..
Polk .. .
P ttn n ...
;It. Lutci r .
Saraota ..
S(Emiinle
Volusia0
*S-S action .0110


Grapefruit Oranges


63.6121
1491
1121
8,015[

1939
.12,193
52,7 95
399,5371
82,b39I
851
13,3211
201,7163

1,991 '
7,3, 8
16,6 52
755,27A!

188,07 I


11 71; .
375 5


112,0 1)
218
35.003





17.4 106


43,818
12,598
167,184

,1,ll5
5,9t]5
9 65
1 ,165
21.6 6S
1100.1941


35,1 1

,I'


'STATE TO'TALI 1,919,111 1,.937,017


Tangs. Totals
4.043 17i,70,0
397
4,389 3!',504
15,427 -4 ,77i.
688 688
8,173 11,933
12,813 142,215
9,765 140,1461
4,123 421,070
16,949 282,380
1,120
1,202 58,341
114,587 1.13,834
3,630 11,464
196 3,152
2,272 27,835
3,7)3 92.413
113,89911,16i,371
3,551] 6,466
21,300 312.064
153 9,363
35.0961 166,474
18,559 54.070
| 7,966
3914,6(i0814330 .736|


Color
Added
12,418
45
47,364
12,992

12,908
61,208
65,949

194,960
155
118,476
361,245
35,674

22,483
33,990
666,174
'.691
1,308

91,329
3,328


Color
Added
;:,612

9.928
:;,886

2,441
40.405
16,622

85,171

11,964
105,121


14. 464
1 1,329
187,172



22.716
:,193

518,124









County Shipments By Months

FEBRUARY, 1959

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)


County
Brevard
Citrus .....
DeSoto ...
Duval .....
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborou
Indian Ri'
Lake .......
Manatee .
Marion ...
Orange ...
Osceola
Palm Beac
Pasco ...-
Pinellas
Polk ......
Putnam
St. Lucie
Sarasota
Seminole
Volusia
STATE TO'


County
Brevard
Citrus ............
DeSoto .
Dural ...
Hernando .
Highlands .
Hillsborough
Indian River
Lake ..........
Manatee .
M arion ........
Orange
Osceula .....-
Palm Beach
Pa co ........
Pinellas .
Polk .....
Putnam ......
St. Lucie ....
Sarasota ......
Seminole ....-
Volusia ......
*Section .0110
STATE TOTAL


Grapefruit IOranges T


77,833

4.008:
10.083
84
36.375
51,550
364.774
111,1201
2,5731
1,070|
385,162'
1.5741
1,2691
10,8619
111,921
720,206
165
272,201
5,041
17,809
4,253
131


69.884
36
20,527
54,425
3,887
85,429
59,705
31,696
72,497
99
4,944
273,354
2,956
2,1791
26,9241
17,639
416,681
883
79,334

57,868
8,0)90
1,548


2,192,95311,290,5851


angs. Totals
147,717
36
24,535
141 64,649
3,971
121,804
111,255
396,470
47 183,664
2,672
6,0141
56 658,572
4,530
3,448
37,793
132,560
1.673 1,138,560
1,0481
151 351,686
5,041
75,677
12,3431
1.5611
2,068 3,485,606


I Color
Grapefruit Oranges I Tangs. Totals Added
...... 1,814 74,5041 500 126,8181 502
....... 115 215 3301
....... 1,472 16,678 2,272 20,4221 4,811
....... 7,759 32,007 4,180 43,946 2,792
...... 291 14,785 14,814 8,508
.... 70,989 54,626 1,421 127,036 32,131
gh 58,892 65,037 1,776 125,705 20,123
ver 311,265 39,886 472 351,623
....... 80,071 127,026 409 207,506 73,411
....... 2,156 993 3,149
2,717 28,178 30,895 629
.... 275,266 440,790 9,056 725,112 118,704
...... 3,655 27,452 31,107
ch 553 2,536 3,089
..... 4,532 27.404 196 32,432 23,145
.. .. 75.979 12,778 88,757 7,616
.... I 667,316 492,619 33,945 1,193,880 238,656
....... 1,054 7031 25 1,782
....I 17 ,730 133,491 869 314,090
......I 6,009 15 6,024
... 33,695 72,013 2,072 107,780 13,378
.... 6,728 13,568 345 20,641
TAL] 1,841,79611,677,2891 57,85313,576,9381 544,406


MARCH, 1959

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)


Added
Color
2,157

8,710
969
2,841
14,708
10,156

23,203

1,351
41,877


9,050
3.379
115,682



3,606
2,265

239.954









County Shipments By Months

APRIL, 1959


(In


County
Brevard
Broward ..
Citrus ......
DeSoto ...
Duval .....
Hernando .
Highlands
Hillsborough
Indian River
Lake ... .....
Manatee ..
Marion ....
Orange .....
Palm Beach
Pasco ......
Pinellas ...-
Polk ...-.
Putn n .....
St. Lucie ...
Sarasota .......
Seminole ..
Volusia ---
*Section .0110


Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)


Grapefruit Orangesl Tangs. I Totals
93.166 59,217 112,383!
6.54'4 6,954
214 214
6,206 51 6,257
14,088 40,05 88 t 4,232
70 5,837 5,) 07
27.370 74,522 101,892
62,823 63,575 126,398
g80,954 14,829! 395,783
77.092 77,130 37 154,259
4,958 188 5,146
3,752 3,752
280,671 251,571 221 532,264
2,363 2,061 4,424
26,412 13.265 39,677
160,589 18,,32 178,921
713.513 4 117.501 1621.131,176
12 110 922
263,407 438,33 44 312,084
5.024 7,024
1,171 17,313 1 ,4841
3,977 19207 23,184
,60-1 1,604


Color
Added
1,967


5,882
1.748
5, 37
-5,324
45,426

58,010

14
89,747

9,204
11,736
309,356


STATE TOTAL 2,124,61411,178,9231 404 3,263,9411 579.501


MAY, 1959

(In Terms of 1-3/5, Bushel Boxes)


County
Brevard .
Broward .
Duval ..
IHernano ...
High lands
Hillsborounah
Indian River
Lake ..........
Manatee .......
Marion ....--
Orange -.
PIaln Beach
Pasco ....------
Pinellas ..-
Polk ..... --
St. Lucie
Sarasota .....
Seminole
Volusia ...
*Section .0110
STATE TOTAL


Grapefruit Oranges Tangs. Totals
79,573 34,215 113,7881
16,184 1 ;,484
19,803 15,431 35,2371
760 7601
14,149 50,863 65,8121
13.635 49,212 17 92,864
330,492 13,632 344,124
12,511 33,936 46.447
5,039 31, 5,070
5F)31 4,993 5r,58BW
1)1,908 138,211 2 t(1,119
1,197 1,203 8,400
4,588 31,332 35,920
116,687 13,869 130,5561
422,170 372,771 79! ,941
232,6231 32,176 264,799
2.451 ,451
3.400 19.6081 2::,008
5,192! 22,222 27,414
2281 5.157 f,3851
1,413,5231 39,6251 1712,2),,1651


Color
Added
680

528
760
31,083
29,663

29,965


3 ,055

18,400
7,333
237,471


5,654
1,139

415,731









County Shipments by Months


JUNE, 1959

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)


County
Irevalrd .
Broward .
Citrus .
Duval ..
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsboroug'h
Indian River
Lake .... ......
Manatee .
Orange ....
Osceola ...
Palm Beach
Pasco
Pinellas
P olk ..........
St. Lucie
Seminole
Volunia
*Section .01106
STATE TOTAL


SGrapefruit Oranges I
32,025 16.245
12,307
3.37i9
17,>54 11,343
6.1171
14.396
2i9,845 19,049
227,361 22,1281
618 5,2S98
6.17 4
7,609 35,8961


S491
6,041
27,193
16 1,587
122.323'

2.079

656.8651


2571
25,935
4.504
116,257,
20.095
4.960'

1,050
315.4'0S


Color
Tangs. Totals Added
i 48.270
12,307

20,1971
6.117 6,117
14,396 10,950
48,894 16,721
S 249.489
5,916 3,353
6,174
43,505 10,929

1,1061
31,976| 15,185
31,6W171
280,8614 62,792
1 ,2,4181
4,960 4,431
1,69 1)' 12,357|
1,050|
1,6099 974,0521 130,478


JULY, 1959

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)


County


Brevar ...
Broward
Citrus . .
IeSoto
Duval
Hillsboroiugh
Indian River
Orange
Osceola .....
Palm Bleach .
Pasco ....
Polk ....
St. Lucie ....
STATE TOTAL


Grapefruit Oranges Tangs.


2,5341 1.133
1,056;
4.118
100
111 313
1,201 3.616
102,026 51.583
S 1,236
7,087
471 1,081
3,857
10,295 22,124
34,713 7,061
152,013 110,309t


Color
Totals Added
3,6671
1,056
4,118
100
454
4,X171 3,516
160,6091
1,2361
7,0871
1,128
3,857 974
32,419 1,477
_41,7741
262.3221 5.967


*Shipped by various applicants under Section .0110 of Florida
Citrus Co:ce.


I


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COUNTY SHIPMENTS-SEASON: AUGUST 1, 1958 JULY 31, 1959

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)


County Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Totals Color %S of
Added State Total

Brevard ...... ........ 462,986 488,601 6,542 958,129 41,61S 3.382
Broward .... ... .. 37,235 20 37,255 .132
Citrus .... .. .. .. 666 11,255 23 11,944 2.104 .042
DeSoto ....11,096 180.283 42.916 234,295 126.964 .827
D uval ........ ........... .............................................. 106,633 226,354 72,790 405,777 51,973 1.432
Hardee ....... .. ........... ...... ........................... 24 875 15,173 16,072 781 .057
H ernando ........ .... .............................................. 653 52,318 30,274 83,245 43,469 .294
Highlands .... ..................................... 346,182 563,202 39,897 949,281 331,234 3.351
Hillsborough .. ...... ............. ....... 416,746 505,074 71,135 992,955 273,972 3.505
Indian River ......... .. 2,664,852 217,582 6,054 2,888,488 10.195
Lake ........ ........................ 652,053 973,190 238,136 1,863,379 670,550 6.577
M anatee ..... ...... ......... ........ ................... 22,263 3,010 25,273 1,341 .089
Marion ........ .. ... .... .. ..... 29,373 284,564 14,396 328,333 192,904 1.159
Orange ... ..... ....... .............. 2,132,209 2,685,860 817,821 5,635,890 1,293,292 19.892
Osceola .. ... ....... ..................... . 32,630 149,992 20,668 203,290 106,414 .718
Palm Beach ............. ...... ........................................... 8,668 11,179 382 20,229 .071
Pasco ............ ........ ............................ .............. .. 73,153 182,162 11,912 267,227 124,137 .943
Pinellas ..... ..... ....... ............................................. 697,117 130,742 25,820 853,679 82,412 3.013
Polk ....... ................ ..... .......... 4,924,567 3,695,165 621,442 9,241,174 2,329,746 32.617
Putnam ......................1,760 16,333 23,890 41,983 4,341 .148
St. Lucie ......................... ... ........................................ 1,592,736 527,429 26,660 2,146,825 33,524 7.577
Sarasota .............. . ............. ...............3s......... 35,897 1,la 4 166 37,249 .131
Seminole .. ............... ............................ .......... 169,153 500,288 155,316 824,757 232,848 2.911
Volusia ........................ ............................................. 35,881 119,268 81,349 236,498 16,225 .835
*Section .0110 ....................... ........... ........................ 616 28,197 28,813 .102
**STATE TOTAL .... ........ ................................ 14,455,149 11,554,127 2,322,764 28,332,040 5,959,849 100%
*Shipped by various applicants under Section .0110 of the Florida Citrus Code.
**Included are 3,228 boxes Grapefruit and 79,997 boxes Oranges shipped to out-of-state processors under special permit of the Florida Citrus Commission.








CONTAINERS BY KIND OF FRUIT

Season: August 1, 1958 July 31, 1959

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)

AREA 1 (INTERIOR)


Container Description | Gft.
NAILED BOXES
1-3/5 Bu. (1 Box) .... 10
4/5 Bu. (1/2 Box) ...
1/2 Strap (1/2 Box)..
WIREBOUND BOXES
1-3/5 Bu. (1 Box) ... 4,486,979
4/5 Bu. (1/2 Box) ... 1,414,517
MESH BAGS
4/5 Bu. (1/2 Box) .... 7.511
20 Lb. (1/4 Box) .... 2,780
8 Lb. (1/10 Box) ...I 687,437
5 Lb. (1/16 Box) .... 393,341
3 Lb. (1/27 Box) ....
BASKETS
1 Bu. (5/8 Box) ........ 6
1/2 Bu. (5/16 Box) ..
FILM BAGS
8 Lb. (1/10 Box) ... 34.134
5 Lb. (1/16 Box) 246,451
3 Lb. (1/27 Box)
CORRUGATED
BOXES
4/5 Bu. (1/2 Box) .... 1,915,414
Consum er .................... 13
GRAND TOTALS-- BI
Containers ........... .9,518.695
Total Bulk .........1........ 1 0,782
TOTAL AREA 1 ........ 9.6'9,177


Orgs. I Tangs. I Total

10 20
1,116 10.383 11,571
1,025 1,813 2,838

2.76,310 9,7931 7,273,082
3,074,731 2,185,1881 6,674,436

11,643 19,184
8i 2,375 85,155
468,252 1,155,689
748,365 1,411,706


154:


20,652
382,453


2,209,808


9,776,958
163,,,3 I71


1,288 1,288

5 165
53

54,786
628,904
277 277


30,4561 4,185,678
1251 147

2,239,328121.534.981
42.7261 685,855


10.239,305' 2,282,054[22,220.836


CONTAINERS BY KIND OF FRUIT

Season: August 1, 1958 July 31, 1959

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)

AREA 2 (INDIAN RIVER)


Container Description I Gft
NAILED BOXES
1-3/5 Bu. (1 Box) ...
1/2 Strap (1/2 Box)..
WIREBOUND BOXES|
1-3/5 Bu. (1 Box) 2
4/5 Bu. 1 Box) ... .280
MESH BAGS
4/5 Bu. (1/2 Box) ...
20 Lh. (1 4 Box) ....
8 Lb. (1/10 Box) .... 1
5 Lb. (1/16 Box)
FILM BAGS
5 Lb. (1/16 Box) .... 12
CORRUGATED
BOXES
4/5 Bl. (1/2 Box) ... 3.230
GRAND TOTALS-B y
Containers ...... 4,528
Total Bulk ............... 227
TOTAL AREA 2 .... 4,755


Orgs. Tangs. Total

23 16
145[ 165 3


,4 8 4,9161
!.58 968. 955

30 195
17!1 120!
,966; 115
181 825

,634 49,1001


1411
32,3291
^


7,545
2,281,082

225
599
2,081
1,006

61,734


112,3011 266 3,373,247

1.166,632 32,736 5,727,852
148,1901 7,9741 383,352
1,314,8221 40,7101 6,111,204








CONTAINERS BY KIND OF FRUIT

Season: August 1, 1958 July 31, 1959
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
STATEWIDE

Container Description I Gft. Orgs. Tangs. I Total
NAILEDi BOXES -
1-3/. L (1 ox) .. :3:; 10 .13
4/5 Hu. (1/' lox 72 l,116 10,:83 11,571
1/2 Strap (1/2 Box) 145 13 190 1,813| 3,148
WIREBOUOND BOXES ]
1-3/5 lBu. (1 Box) ... 14.4 .167 2781,226 ,3 7,2 O0,627
4/5 (1/2 Box) ... 2,6'9.1.6751 4,043,320 2,217,517 S,955,518
MESHII AGS : i 1
4/5 Bu. (1/2 Box) 7,571 11,83S 19,409
20 Lb. (1 4 Box) 2,959 82,7935 5 .,:754
S Lb. (1/10 Box) ... 61 .10 468,367 1.1,7.770
5 Lb. (1, 16; Box .. 6 3.52 : 749.10 1, 112.712
3 Lb. (1/27 JBox ... 1,288| 1,288
I E1 I ciIS i I
1 Bu. 5/ I8 ox) ..... I 1 5 165
1/2 Bu. 5/6 Bx) 55 55

L Lb. (1/'1i Boxi ... :11. 1: 20.652 1.7 6
5 Lb. (1 /1; Box ... 2.'.'I 431 ,53:' 6il)0,63S
3 Lb. (1,/27 BIox) 277 277
CORIRULGATED
BOXES
4/5 Bu. (1/2 Box ... 5,71 ,.0'l 2.352,10! 30,722 7.558.!125
Consumer .. 1I I1 125 147
GRAND TOTALS By I
Container ... 1.041 7.1 7!. 10,'43,51i0 2,272.064 27.262,833
Total 1Bulk .... ..... 4 07T,70 610.337T .0,700| 1,019,207
STATE WIDI TO TA I,14 155 1411.551.127 2,322, 642 2 3312,040





CERTIFIED FRESH CITRUS FRUIT SHIPMENTS
By Types of Fruit by Destinations
August 1, 1958 to July 31, 1959, Inclusive
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
AREA 1 (INTERIOR)


Grapefruit Seeded ......
Grapefruit Pink Seeded
SGrapefruit Seedless .....
Grapefruit Pink Seedless
Total Grapefruit ........
Tangelos . .......
Oranges Early -... ......
Oranges Midseason .......
Oranges Late .-..... ...
Oranges Temple ..
Total Oranges ...............
Tangerines ...- .-
Grand Totals


Interstate
.1,660,136
51,564
5,411,914
2,171,867
9,295,481
159,691
. 3,210,564
S1,908,038
S3,477,186
1,160,473
9.915,952
2,229,878
21,441,311


Intrastate
Regular Suwannee
83,473 374
1,159 36
32,605 497
28,587 403
145,824 1,310
3,791 99
72,305 1,465
36,828 709
59,206 1,009
22,111 346
194,241 3,628
51,822 282
391,887 5,220


Export


Commercial
3,041
15
164,771
53,238
221,065

13,184
4,061
36,308
69
53,625
72
274,762


Government


32,603
3,194
35,797

17,797
12,181
41,881

71,859

107,656


Totals
1,747,024
52,774
5,642,390
2,257,289
9,699,477
163,581
3,315,315
1,961,820
3,615,590
1,182,999
10,239,305
2,282,054
22,220,836






CERTIFIED FRESH CITRUS FRUIT SHIPMENTS
By Types of Fruit by Destinations


Grapefruit Seeded .....-....
Grapefruit Pink Seeded ..
2 Grapefruit Seedless -----..
Grapefruit Pink Seedless
Total Grapefruit ....
Tangelos ............ ...-
Oranges Early .......
Oranges Midseason .....--
Oranges Late .---...........
Oranges Temple .......... -
Total Oranges .....
Tangerines ... ...-- -------
Grand Totals ......- -


Interstat
. ..- 64,9'


...-.-. 6,802
2,38(6,932
1,999,119
S4,457,824
-...-. 15,027
..-.- 49,771
.-.. .. 431,721
...-.-- 381,376
....- 278,434
.... 1,159,329
. 32,494
-...... 5,649,647


August 1, 1958 to July 31, 1959, Inclusive
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
AREA 2 (INDIAN RIVER)
Intrastate
e Regular Suwannee Co
71 8,103


47
209,375
35,316
252,841
509
6,862
52,488
62,250
29,638
151,747
8,216
412,804


Export
mmercial Government


40,224
4,740
44,964




3,746

3,746

48,710


Totals
73,074
6,849
2,636,574
2,039,175
4,755,672
15,536
56,633
484,209
450,372
308,072
1,314,822
40,710
6,111,204





CERTIFIED FRESH CITRUS FRUIT SHIPMENTS
By Types of Fruit by Destinations
August 1, 1958 to July 31, 1959, Inclusive
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
STATEWIDE

Intrastate Export
Interstate Regular Suwannee Commercial Government Totals
Grapefruit Seeded ..................- ... 1,725,107 91,576 374 3,041 1,820,098
Grapefruit Pink Seeded ............... 58,366 1,206 36 15 59,623
Grapefruit Seedless ....................-... 7,798,846 241,980 540 204,995 32,603 8,278,964
Grapefruit Pink Seedless ............... 4,170,986 63,903 403 57,978 3,194 4,296,464
Total Grapefruit .. ......................13,753,305 398,665 1,353 266,029 35,797 14,455,149
Tangelos -........... ...................... 174,718 4,300 99 179,117
Oranges Early .............................. 3,260,335 79,167 1,465 13,184 17,797 3,371,948
Oranges Midseason .-..................... 2,339,759 89,316 709 4,064 12,181 2,446,029
Oranges Late ..............-.........-....... 3,861,562 121,456 1,009 40,054 41,881 4,065,962
Oranges Temple ...............--........ 1,438,907 51,749 346 69 1,491,071
Total Oranges ...............................11,075,281 345,988 3,628 57,371 71,859 11,554,127
Tangerines ..................................... 2,262,372 60,038 282 72 2,322,764
Grand Totals ...............................27,090,958 804,691 5,263 323,472 107,656 28,332,040





Comparison of Interstate, Intrastate and Export Fresh Fruit Shipments by Counties

Season: August 1, 1958 July 31, 1959

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)


INTERSTATE
County Gft. Orgs. Tangs. Totals
Brevard ........... 1;2,49 9 487,905 6.542 956,946
Broward ........ 37,235 20 37,255
Citrus .............. 584 10,998 23 11,605
DeSoto 7,834 158,371 37,509 203,714
Duval 105,352 224,139 71,180 400,671
Hardee ... 24 875 15,173 16,072
Hernando ........ 653 52.110 30.206 82,969
Highlands ....... 304,249 500,245 38.069 842,563
S Hillsborough .... 376,585 491.773 70,333 938,691
S ilndian River .... 2.538,295 179,157 5,37, 2,722,830
Lake ....... 637,633 950,221 228,618 1,816,505
Manatee .... 21,296 2,192 23,488
Marion ............. 28,591 279,173 13,980 321.744
Orange .............. 2,045,417 2.606,105 808,379 5,459,901
Osceola .............. 32,570 148,989 20,668 202,227
Palm Beach ...... 8,524 3,882 357 12,763
Pasco ................ 72,429 180,542 11,696 264,667
Pinellas 681.028 130.492 25,820 837,340
Polk ... ... 1,729,238 3,592,984 602.75 8.924.987
Putnam .... .. 1.658 15,308 21,Ns3 38,829
St. Lucic ......... 1.422,076 418,354 1 ,145 1,5o ,575
Sarasota ............ 35,897 1,184 168 37,249
Seminole ... ... 169,122 496.547 155,316 820,985
Volusia ..-.. ..... 33,913 115,548 79,154 228,615
*Section .0110 .. 603 28,164 28.767
State Total .....13,753,305 11,075,281 2,262,372 27,090,958
*Shipped by various growers under Section .0110 of Florida Citrus Code.


INTRASTATE-(East of Suwannee)
Gft. Orgs. Tangs. Totals
I 7 696 1,1-


3.262 21,572 5,407 30,241
1,281 2.215 1.610 3.106


28,111 38,980 1,828 68,919
Q,397 11,849 799 22,045
100. 63 1 35,233 676 136,517
8.657 21,474 9,381 39,512
967 818 1,785
692 4,488 351 5.531
11,155 20,177 9,433 40,765
58 200 258
124 7,141 25 7.290
324 974 216 1,514
62 250 312
80,8's 66,417 18,575 1 675, .
102 1,025 2.027 3,154
151,502 108,677 7,515 267,784

31 50 81
821 3,719 2.195 6.735
13 33 i6
398,66 34.5n,988 60,03 ,i,04,691


INTRASTATE-(West of Suwannee)
Gft. Orgs. Tangs. Totals


2 257
40


42 68 110


164 232
43
399 1.492

90 902
5 25
2 3

356 456


3 399
43
107 1,998

65 1,058
30

85
812


212 17 39 4129






1:553 :.628 2 Z2 .263





Comparison of Interstate, Intrastate and Export Fresh Fruit Shipments by Counties


Season: August 1, 1958 July 31, 1959

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)

COMMERCIAL EXPORT


County
Brevard.....
Broward .
Citrus ....
DeSoto
Duval
Hardee .......
Hernando
Highlands ........
t Hillsboroiugh
w Indian Rier ......
Lake
Manatee
M arion..... ... ...
Orange ........... ..
Osceola ...
Palm Beach .. ....... .
Pasco .... .. ........
Pinellas .... ... .... .
P olk ........ ... ...
Putnam ..... .. ... ...
St. Lucie ..
Sarasota .................. ...............
Sem inole ...... ... ... ... .... ... ..
V olu sia ... ........ ... .. ...... ...... ..............
S section .0 110 .... .. ....... ... .. ............. ....... ..... ...
S tate T total .......................................................
*Shipped by various growers under Section .0110 of Florida Citrus Code.


Gft. Orgs. Tangs. Totals


3 7,599
:1.310
29,0.8




800
1 7;
'31
1 .027
63 103,715

19,46((


1.118

72 323,172


300


1t66
13,s22 23.777
30.090 1,220
25.87 3.; 192


15,1W3 11,723
800
20 156
I 1 190
16,027,
11,20 1 12,418

19,Os8 398


1,147 1

266,029 57,371


GOVERNMENT EXPORT
Gft. Orgs. Tangs. Totals


10,10 1 4,1,30




23,022 23,1;8



3,6!91


35,797 71,85'9


200
5,10

1.791;


55,299




46,160



3,691


107,656






CITRUS GRADE ANALYSIS

Season: August 1, 1958 July 31, 1959

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
Codes: (G-1)-Seeded Gft.; (G-2)-Pink Seeded Gft.; (G-3)-Seedless Gft.; G-4)-Pink Seedless Gft.; (O-0)-Tangelos; (O-5)-Early Org.;
(O-6)-Midseason Org.; (O-7)-Late Orgs.; (O-8)-Temple Org.; (T-9)-Tang.
UNITED STATES GRADES

AREA 1 (INTERIOR)


AREA 1 BY VARIETY









AREA 1 BY I. i *'




AREA 1 TOTALS..


SG 1
G 2
G 3
G 4
0
....... 5
S'
07




0 0
.. 0 S
..... 0 | 08


1,583.703
30,014
4.904.314
2.015,105
158,677
3.102,818
1,868,769




8,310,i" )
158, -
1,1212 1,
.191.'


-0






64.7121
14,3001
443,038
1414,303,

137.3;2
54,030i
9S fi3,


7,7031
703
3.639
148.756I
26,143
636

120!


- N
d d

854' 61,9451
2,684
1.17 122,533
71 55.474,
5.57;
16,6(60
S12.243
?*7 I l, *



,


VI

19




471,
9,816


61]


24,910
596
9,975
11,496
3,121
31,779
8,377
14 :45




1 1
Si,,.


'22
170
2,546
2,0971
06'
9,634
14.007
'8 576


'-0 5
5l a 5'-


S 1,747,024
52,7 74i

I. .
163,581
1 I 3,315,315
S 1,061.820
1' 57 3 61 ,i 55


.1

.1


II,





'
" i' "'

I -


120,346.'. , ,, , I _




CITRUS GRADE ANALYSIS
Season: August 1, 1958 July 31, 1959
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
Codes: (G-l)-Seeded Gft.; (G-2)-Pink Seeded Gft.; (G-3)-Seedless Gft.; G-4)-Pink Seedless Gft.; (O-0)-Tangelos; (O-5)-Early Org.;
(0-6)-Midscason Org.; (O-7)-Late Orgs.; (O-8)-Temple Org.; (T-9)-Tang.
UNITEDD STATES GRADES
AREA 2 (INDIAN RIVER)


AREA 2 BY VARIETY.







AREA 2 BY KIND



AREA 2 TOTALS


G 1,23 1,0 3 4,1 7 2 I 47


0 7.43 62 1 3 3- 50 1 6
a d d o d d d
__ > Z 7 Z Z Z Z Z 3 R JIG 1 1; 1l .:;0 29.19 3 1 :1.1 5 11 3,9 3 8 i
G 1 :2 '' 1.01)3 4F 7 : 47
G 3 15l : Il.o1 S .765 1.075.13 1.11 5".78 2057.,5I '21,.6365 71
4ij 1 1.1 ;;:S.112 ,;11,31 803.32 1 2.151 4,0 ,95 2,03 75:1 4.75567'
0 0 T 13' 6,284 1,2 3 1 5I i 1,531 6
0 13,5991 22,587 13,6731 6,774 56,633'
. O 6 619,13 1 235,797 126,884 52.0 4.1 484,20.l'
O ,7 5: 2 1 2,00 1 4,,52 18,00,364 626 61,161 450,3721
.O 80 5 4,90 1 14,612 73,803 5.157 21 592 1,314,822
S T 9 29,, 1 [2 (; 2,355 13 8,115 I , 40.710 6,111,204
CG 1.21 727,691 1,618,44211,900,25; 1576.14 100,9154 248,7744 4,755,672
136,.51 440.384 275.250 18.364| 626 120,02' I 9 1214
S 0 7.436 6.284 12731 34 509 15,536
O 51,! 0 S 144,612 73,S03 5,157 29,592 308.072
T 29,| 1 216 2,355 13 8,115: i 10.710 6,111.204
S1,9)24 !15i.57712,209,722 2,250,82S' 17' 113,5241101,593'407,019 6,111,204






CITRUS GRADE ANALYSIS
Season: August 1, 1958 July 31, 1959
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
Codes: (G-1)-Seeded Gft.; (G-2)-Pink Seeded Gft.; (G-3)-Seedless Gft.; G-4)-Pink Seedless Gft.; (O-0)-Tangelos; (O-5)-Early Org.;
(O-6)-Midseason Org.; (O-7)-Late Orgs.; (O-8)-Temple Org.; (T-9)-Tang.
*UNITED STATES GRADES
STATEWIDE


;4 0 z a


0 0
1,593,> z 2 246,Z8z1z __g 32,2g_ 2_g254
STATEWIDE BY VARIETY.. G 1 [ 1,59,,008 13, 9 05 25,27 54 67,881 2S 32,927, 22
.. G 2 32,15 15,393 7,826 2,967 471 643 170
G 3 150 5,288,319 1,289,803 1,223,909 1,177 193,474 63,601 215,750 2,546
G 4 1,774 2,343.247 885,694 829,525 95 137.9281 49.667 46.431[ 2,097
.. 0 166.113 6.778 1,909 591 3,630 961
.. 5 3,116,417 159,949 19,070 16,660 61 38,553 9,634'
". 6 1,938,203 289,827 127,004 12,283 60.471 14.007
0..0 7 3,422,450 265,656 136.482 27 123.649 1,2591 75,506: 28,576
." 8 I I 1.176,476 171,851 74,5211 .1.910 1.4941 33.6801 1.1371
|| T 9 | | 2,221,9731 426 524 58,776! 1,998| 33,422[ 5,6451
STATEWIDE BY KIND......... G | 1,9241 9,261,727 2,284,795 2,086,4971 2,126 402,2501113,8281295,751 5.6351
......... 0 8,477,070 715,432 282,556 27 152,592 1,320 174,530 52,217
S 0 1 I 166,113 6.778 1,9091 591 3.630 96
.. 0 8 i 1.176.476| 171,851 74,521! 31,910 1.4941 33,6 0! 1,137
ST.... 2,221,9731 4261 524 58,7761 1.981 33.4221 5,645


STATEWIDE TOTALS.


3,178,856 2,445.9091


2,677 646,119 118,6401541.013i 64,7301


375 1,820,098
| 59,623

235 8,278,964
6 4,296,464 114,455,149
179,117
11,604 3,371,948
4,234 2,446,029'
12.357 4,065,962!
21 1,491.07 1 1 ,554,127
I 2,322,76411 2,322.7641 28,332,040
fl 14.455,14911
2 9,883,939
I I 179,11711
2 1' 1.491 ,071 1.
S2,322.764 2,,332,040
28,8!3 128.332.040


I 1.924 21.303.359


I


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CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS-Season: August 1, 1958 July 31, 1959

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
CODES: KIND OF FRUIT: (G) Grapefruit; (0) Oranges; (T) Tangerines. VARIETY: GFT. (1) Seeded; (2) Pink Seeded; (3) Seedless; (4) Pink Seedless.
ORG: (0) Tangelos; (5) Early; (6) Midseason; (7) Late; (8) Temple. TANG: (9) All.


S Gilt: Larger 45-46 54-56 64-66 70-72 80 96 100-112 125-126 150tals
S Org Larger 112 125126-138 150-162 175176 188-200 216 234-250 270-288-294 324-360 By K
S Temples: Larger 60-64-66 72-76-80 90- 100-106 120-125-10 144-150-156 168-175 196 Smaller of Fruit
I > aTang: La er 100 120 1150 176 200 210 246 294 336 By Variety


Totals Totals
By Kind All Kinds
Of Fruit Of Fruit


178. -8 :I, 7.1 I





0101; I
IG.1 I ,I

l7, ]7 1 1
10.585 2n 1., tI.,


AREA 1-KIND

+2,580 6 z. 144
I .:1;. i i 1T I


l ,: ;-i l .: 1,8.51,




2 .12 127,920
;7:,,:,5 929,94 9


OF FRIIIT BY VARIETY


S1,7l.2
1 ",,7,1I
1- li


i
11 ',2 1


-, 1, "2 ,


1 .75,;




22.2;2


AREA 1-BY KINI OF FRUII


I 1 I -


I 'I I


I2. 1 .
) ' i'll ,, l". )

i;q i, ,,,lll


II.


.1 ', 1
1 1.1 i7
'
I',-.7, ',


I ,.



:.1L


S 1.717,21







2,1 1 3.,1 .- ,
S 1,1, 2,1,
5 2,282, H,


I,


17I


,2, )*'2 .5. 22,220,,:6


I; 1
( 2
( 3

II 4

) 6

0 8
T 9


21.571


1.607


58li


:1 3 i l
3.9


30, 15-'
?,6.23
5t 1.
.6G ) ;4
;iiI







CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS-Season: August 1, 1958 July 31, 1959
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
CODES: KIND OF FRUIT: (G) Grapefruit; (0) Oranges; (T) Tangerines. VARIETY: GFT. (1) Seeded; (2) Pink Seeded; (3) Seedless; (4) Pink Seedless.
ORG: (0) Tangelos; (5) Early; (6) Midseason; (7) Late; (8) Temple. TANG: (9) All.
L At, : Larger 45-46 54-56 64-66 70-72 8 96 100-112 125-126 150 T .
) .* Org. Larger 112 125-126-138 150-162 175-176 188-200 216 234-250 27U0-28- 291 324-360 By Kind Totals Totals
Terple: Larger 60-64-66 72-76-80 90-96 100-106 120-125-1301 144-150-156 168-175 196 Smallet- of Fruit By Kind All Kinds
S Tang: Larger 100 120 150 176 200 210 246 294 336 By Variety Of Fruit Of Fruit

AREA 2-KIND OF FRUIT BY VARIETY


(G 17.11 2.71l .i 12 1 11 .1

O 0 2. I I1. 11 a; 1 7.1 1. 5 2 ,2 3 ,13 1 1:, ; 2 L1 l~

10 2 .18 11.1' 12 ,: 1:1,743 1 33,:107 14 ,,1 .782 1 :1,20 1




ARLA 2-BY KIND OF FRUIT
Is 0 152.25( .7 ,1G 7 l.2G !-8 1,2:L3 1, 1 I 1 ,T1 1,5 .: 72 1. l 5,11,72
1 1,23 M.1 27. 86 2t 13 :;32,527 7c, 111 21 1811,126 1 t1 1 I' I11
0 1 I' 1.10:2 2, 10 1,5, 2,23, 2,1'1 1.728 2 ,"

T 77 1037 ,,9 3 11,-71 1 n 10,1,71"n. W .. 0 6,111.::',





CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS-Season: August 1, 1958 July 31, 1959

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)

CODES: KIND OF FRUIT: (G) Grapefruit; (0) Oranges; (T) Tangerines. VARIETY: GFT. (1) Seeded; (2) Pink Seeded; (3) Seedless; (4) Pink Seedless.
ORG: (0) Tangelos; (5) Early; (6) Midscason; (7) Late; (8) Temple. TANG: (9) All.

Gift: Larger 45-46 54-56 64-66 70-72 80 96 100-112 125-126 150 Total
Org: Larger 112 125-126-138 150-162 175-176 188-200 216 234-250 270-288-294 324360 Byind Toal Toal
By Kind Totals Totals
. Temples: Larger 60-64-66 72-76-80 90-96 100-106 120-125-130 144-150-156 168-175 196 Smaller of Fruit By Kind All Kinds
S Tang: Larger 100 120 150 176 200 210 246 294 336 By Variety Of Fruit Of Fruit

STATEWIDE-KIND OF FRUIT BY VARIETY

G 1 23,896 185,598 :17:1,198 516,73, 7 678,353 5,7:;i 6,197 I 16 19 2
G 2 7 5.961 137097 17.76, 19 8.3: I 5962:;
G 3 2.1, 113 2-16.319 67 1,78 1.2 8,810 1, 181.9 95 2 007,W l ,S 15 11,1 12 61.2 1 1:. 8,278,9 ; I
( 4 9,682 85,799 288,108 57.1,902 718,200 1,0 ,S77: 1 li,3, 1 3 I;55 20,20' 2,77, 41 9,20640 1 1,5 ,11
0 :0 ,042 16,220 35.809 18,86 .16,277 12,:2 1 1 ,4115 1.11R Is 171,,117
0 5 19,4 13 2538 13,709 15.409 5733,679 1,on2 .Sl;7 1.561,1)59 88,',21 S,720 :.:;71,9 18
( 6 900 2.1.117 110.885 004,63;7 30:; 8:12,144 15,005 1,20S 2, 16,02'
O 7 2,31 ;) 1, 1 5i91,470 1,657,710 75 1,04.9,91.1 569.522 79,1:7 2,685 4,()065,962
O S:7.866 :.8,7 4 41;. 2 :17. 184.1 7 Ii1 5.7,5 611 1 1, 1 1,071 11 1,127
T % !6, 11,622 212.0 I 4..149 116 1 2:1,11, :1::. 2 227 1 2,,

SIAIEWII)E-BY KIND OF FRUIT

; ;, ,7:10 ) 52,.680 1. 17.0 1 2 2,' 2 1T 2.7l27,0 7 ; ', 1.. ,( ; 1 i1 18 l,0i0 81,62 l 5 16,371 11,1 ,11 11,1 l :i 1 '
0 22,l6378 238 11i,29 797,761 -,706.f026 7, 2,227,231 2,063,025 192,'6; 12,613 9,883,'939
0 0 3,042 16,220 38 1,86 1 4,277 2.321 15.115 1,1lS 18 179,117
O 8 ::7,866 35i8,794 41i,9'2 :'67,638 184,317 6,.1:1 5,75S 611 1 1,491.07 11..I 1.127
T :16 11.622 212(, 6 55,149 9I ,:1310 141.71,l 2 .115 311 3 2.322,764 2.:,22.7 1 2





CERTIFIED FRESH FRUIT SHIPMENTS
By Means of Transportation, By Destination
Season: August 1, 1958 July 31, 1959

AREA 1 (INTERIOR)


Rail Interstate .........
Rail Commercial Export
Rail Government Export

Rail Totals ...
Truck Interstate ....
Truck Intrastate ....--
Truck Suwannee ....
Truck Commercial Export
Truck Government Export

Truck Totals ....... ......-
Boat Commercial Export

Boat Totals ..........
Totals-Area


Grapefruit
--- 1,749,425
1,087
18,585

1,769,097
7,546,056
145,824
1,310
132.578
17,212

S 7,142,980
87,400

87,400
... 9,699,477


Oranges
2,184,611

44,839

2,229.480
7.571,620
190,450
3,529
12,912
27,020

7,S05,531
40.713

40,713
10,075,724


Percent
Tangelos Tangerines Total of Total
13,977 732,412 4.710,455
1.087
63,424

43,977 732,412 4,774,966 21.49
115.714 1,497,466 16.730,856
3,791 51,822 391,887
99 282 5,220
145,490
44,232

119,(1 1 1 ,549,570 17.317,685i 77.93
72 128,185


163,581


72 128,185
2,282,054 22,220,836


.58
100;,





CERTIFIED FRESH FRUIT SHIPMENTS
By Means of Transportation, By Destination
Season: August 1, 1958 July 31, 1959

AREA 2 (INDIAN RIVER)

Percent
Grapefruit Oranges Tangelos Tangerines Total of Total
Rail Interstate ................ ........ 3,103,444 899,837 5,62 22,619 4,031,524

Rail Totals .. ................... ........ 3,103.444 899.837 5,624 22,619 .,031,524 65.97
Truck Interstate ....... ......... 1.354,380 244,4(5 9,103 9,75 1.18,123
Truck Intrastate ................. ..... 252,841 151,238 509 8,21( 412,804
Truck Suwannce ... ....-........ ..... 43 43
Truck Commercial Export .... ..... 12,962 12,962

Truck Totals ........ ..... .. 1,620,226 395,703 9,912 18,091 2,043,932 33.45
Boat Commercial Export .. .... 32,00)2 3,746 35.718

Boat Totals ... .... ...... .. 32,002 3,746 35,748 .58
Totals--Area 2 ..... ........ 4.755,672 1,299,286 15,536 40,710 6,111.204 100";





CERTIFIEDD FRESH FRUIT SHIPMENTS
By Means of Transportation, By Destination
Season: August 1, 1958 July 31, 1959

STATEWIDE


Rail Interstate .....--.. .-
Rail Commercial Export ...
Rail Government Export

w Rail Totals .... .
Truck Interstate ..... .--
Truck Intrastate .....
Truck Suwannee ........
Truck Commercial Export
Truck Government Export

Truck Totals ..... ...
Boat Commercial Export ...-

Boat Totals .............
Grand Totals-Statewide


Grapefruit
........ ...... 4,852.869
......... ......... 1,08 7
.. ..... 18,585

... ......... 4,872,541
.................... 8,000,430
-- -..-.- ... .. 398,665
--- ...... 1,353
............ . 145,540
....... .. 17,212

........ ..... 9,463,206
.....- ..... 119,402

...--..-. ...-- 119,402
. .. 14,455,14.9


Oranges
3,084,478

44,839

3,129,317
7,816,085
341,688
3,529
12,912
27,020

8.201,234
44,459

44,459
11,375,010


Percent
Tangelos Tangerines Total of Total
49,601 755,03 1 8,741,979
1,087
63,424

19,601 755,031 8.806.490 31.08
125,117 1,507,341 18,348,979
4,300 60,038 804,691
99 282 5,263
158,452
44,232

129,516 1,567,661 19,361,617 68.34
72 163,933

72 163,933 .58
179,117 2,322,764 28,332,040 100 '








ROAD GUARD STATIONS AND PATROL

Eleven inspection stations were maintained on
all roads leading out of Florida to check trucks carry-
ing fruits and vegetables. All stations were manned
to operate twenty-four hours daily; and regular sta-
tion inspectors were supplemented by patrolmen who
were on duty, or subject to call at all times to main-
tain contact with stations, and patrol highway against
evasions and assist in prohibiting the movement of
restricted grades and sizes under Federal Marketing
Agreement. These stations checked passing of vege-
tables, making reports directly to the State Marketing
Bureau at Jacksonville Citrus passing are reported
to this office daily. In addition, incoming trucks are
checked and reports made on passing into Florida
on eggs and livestock with reports going directly to
the Tallahassee office.


Citrus Trucked Through Florida Road

Guard Stations

By Months 1958-59

Station No. 1 Wilcox Highway: U.S. 19
Date Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total
Amruit 0 0 00 0
September 2,140! 0 0| 2,014
October 1 27,657 19.835 01 347,492
November I 228,510 220,932 80,875 539,317
December 210,202 370,400 1 92,068 772,670
January 320,730 2S0,197 56.728 657,t55
February 310,955 231.801 7,710 550,466
March 175,798 374.853 282 550.93;3
April 349,327 166,233 0i 515,560
Ma, 225.080' 107.1,0 17 332.277
June 0.630 3S.230 0 118,s60
July 13.S90 6.350 0 20.240
TOTAL V4 ],-75.0I 1 c 1 637,6c0 4,407,6 10


Station No. 2 Branford Highway: U.S. 27
Date Grapefruit Oranges 'Tangerines Total
Aucust 0 0 0 0
September 0 (0 0 0
October 3,350 12.2411 0 15,591
November 10,679 10.523 4,5781 25,780
December 8,407 23.064 S,869 40,340
January 12,833 12,912 4,3900 30,144
February 11.147 7,475 1145 10,067
March 18,747 6,171 0 24,918
April 13.112 756 0 19,8 6
May 6.351 3.762 01 10,113
June 4.174 2211 0 6.385
.dlt y40 __ 2:,_ ( 428
TOTALS .,7505: 5,I>3 17.99 1 1092.634


Station No. 3 Ellaville Highway: U S. 90
Date Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total
Augusbt 0' 0
September 0 0 0| 0
Octob. r 12,104' 1,231 0 16,33,
November 9,713 13.0781 1,967 24,758
December 10,748 21,,94| 9.030 41,672
January 18,892 1 1, 447 2,762 40,101
February 14,9191 16.110 414 31,473
March 17.272 14 677 3 31,052
April 14, 9921 10 130 01 25,122
May 13.0651 7,9591 0 21,021
June 3,650 3.013 0 6,063
l T 780, [ 15, 0 S3
TOTALS 1 16,1351 109,6241 14.1761 239,935

30









Citrus Trucked Through Florida Road

Guard Stations

By Months 1958-59


Station No. 4 Suwannee Springs
Highway: U.S. 129
Date Grapefruit Oranges I Tangerines I Total
Aullt 0 0 0( 0
September 200 01 01 200
October | ,.101 11,0 3 0 15,091
Novt nber 1,2 6 21,-1 55 6,928: 6,669
December 1,,767 23,8 0 10,3 5, 51,952
January 21,54 1 4561 2,1900 42,3415
,ebruaryv 23,327 ,702 849) 43,878
March 27,801 17,520 01 45,32'
April I ,11 9,822 01 27,0941
Mav 15,379 7,366 0[ 22,715
June 5,252 2,333 0 7,585
July 288 125 0 413
TOTALS 150,4221 133,377 20,352[ 304,151


Station No. 5 White Springs Highway: U.S. 41
Date Grapefruit Oranges rs Total
August 18 20 0 38
September 01 0 0 0
October I,' 72 7,003 75 25,550
November 2 ,(.03 31,095 7,771 63,469
December 1.' .33' 53.786 16,2 12 90,011
January 20,W),9 21.547 2,23 6 44, 82
February 21,130 24.492 1l2 46,514
March 21,17 16.510 0 38,327
April 23.467 11,124 0 34.591
May 11, 17 6,5830 18,030
June 2,210! 916 0 3,126
July 744 221_0 __6
TOTALS 165,210 173,3001 26,566i 7365,106


Station No. 6 Hilliard Highway: U.S. 1
Date I Grapefruit I Oranges Tangerines I Total
AuVu lIe 0 0 0 0
September 726' 0 0 726i
October 164,,46 53,106 50 217.702
No\tml beL 1 ,, 8 2 6.231 68,851 504.983
December 25,8'0 305,35' 145,31G 576,565
Januar-y ,6,275 2216,536; 34,77 1 457.7581
February h 9.468 192,025 7,170 388,663
March 200,599 150,0861 145| 350,830
April 195,410| 120,131 0 315,571
May 1,753 73,820 165,573
June 34,272 25,935 0 60,207
July_ 6,887 8,155 01 15,042
TOTALS | 1,105,754 1,391,3811 256,313| 3,053.451


Station No. 7 Yulee Highway: U.S. 17
Date Grapefruit I Oranges | Tangerines Total
AUL'Ust 0 0 0
Septe mer 1 161 0 0 1.161
October 2635 818 94,913 853 361,619
November 306,738 372,458 145,498 824,694
December 175.962 384,866 239,809 800,637
January 330,055 368,096 62,313 760,464
February 323.771 343,202 6,979 673,952
March 402.181 278,910 50 681,141
April 343,228 226,774 24 570,026
May 184,779) 151,325 0 336,104
June 57,2951 35,406 0' 92,701
July 17.277 3,103 0 20,380
TOTALS 2,408,2653 2,259,083' 455.531 5,122,a7s








Citrus Trucked Through Florida Road

Guard Stations

By Months 1958-59



Station No. 8 Lake City Highway: U.S. 441
Date Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines I Total
August 0 0 0 0
September 400 0 0 400
October 87,888 27,368 0 115,256
November 116,537| 129,755 36,825 283.117
December 91,964 186,480 103,159 381,603
January 147,208 138,590 20,928 306,721G
February 150,1001 128.994 1,330 280,424
March 16.,742 83,721 0 253,463
April 143,698 65,306 0 209,004
May 61,463 34,740 0 96,20'1
June 15.799 10,757 0 26.556
July 1,476 17 0 2,293
TOTALS 986,281 06,528 162,242 1,955,051


Station No. 9 Luraville Highway: Fla. 51
Date I Grapefruit | Oranges 1 Tangerines I Total
August 0 0 0O 0
September 0 0 0 0
October 0 0 0 0
November 12 15 1 28
December 412 120 3' 535
January 21 24 6 51
February 8 l 1 18
March 24 30 0 54
April b 10 0 18
May 4 5 0 9
June 4 0 9
July 8s 0 0!
TOTALS 501 218 l11 730


Station No. 10 Glen St. Mary Highway: Fla. 125
Date Grapefruit I Oranges I Tangerines | Total
August 0 0, 0 0
September 0 0 0
October 9,840 6,440 0 16,280
November 13,078 24,321 4,465 41,864
December 7,958 34,726 8,536 51,220
January 4,622 4,683 2,627 11,932
February i 213 848 39 1,100
March 223 852 0 1,075
April 538 562 0 1,100
May 325 173i 0 498
June 132 115 0 247
July 400 0 0 400
TOTALS | 37,329 72,720, 15,6671 125,716


Station No. 11 Macclenny Highway: U.S. 90
Date Grapefruit I Oranges I Tangerines | Total
August 0 0 0 0
September 759) ( 0 759
October 128,730 46,930 0 175,660
November 145,524 176,077 51,247 372,848
December 90,021 235,90. 107,464 433,394
January 172,299 181,063 22,145 375,507
February 164,074! 158,8900 2,741 825.705
March 209,284 142,199 351 351,834
April 179,708 134,469 0 314,177
May 86,338 91,557 0 177,895
June 26,506 19,368 0 45,874
July 2,747 2,624 0 5,371
TOTALS 1,205,990| 1,189,0861 183,9481 2,579,024









Citrus Trucked Through Florida Road

Guard Stations

By Months 1958-59


Total All Stations
Grapefruit Oranges i Tan


5,383
) S 06,
1, 74,57i
,57,26| 1
1, 245.22 2
1,210,1121
1,243,4')1
!1, 04
229. 924
11,9002
8,7i60.:341


201


:331.7 0
1.243,9.4Oi
1,642,404
1.27 0 6 F
1.123,5. 78
1,0 5,; 529
71ol. 17
494.470
13,47289
21,476'


gerines


409,00
,-40,93
211,11
27,57

1


Total
0 3FS
0' 5,3 ;
S 1,306,579
20 2,727,527
11 3,240,599
2 2,726,3 96
'0 2,:111,2; 0
I3 2, 20,!l56
4 2,032.979
7 1,1,'0,477
0 368,21.:
0 66,;37,


'.0395, 16i 1,190,477 1i .3 10;,287


Date
August
September
October
November
December
Jailln ii r
February
MaIch
Ap-'il
May
JI r
. '1'1' A
ii') PiZlO)











CERTIFIED FRESH LIME SHIPMENTS
August 1, 1958 June 30, 1959



Under the Florida Citrus Code and the Federal Marketing
Agreement, Persian, Tahiti, or Bear-s Limes were inspected and
certified as shown in the following record:


(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)



DADE COUNTY


Shipper
J. It. Brooks ......... ... ...
A. L. Campbell Packing Company ...... ...
Ethel C. Caves ...... ..... .....
Dorn Fruit & Vegetable Company, Inc ..
Florida Lime & Avocado Growers, Inc.
Florida Tropical Fruit Growers Assn. Inc.
Gloria Avocado Groves, Inc.
Harold E. Kendall ..
Lucerne Packing Company .
Robert C. MacDonell
Arthur Mas ...
The Parman-Lehmnan Packin Company
Rowe Groves . .. ... ...
Silver Palm Gro .... ......
W ayne's .... ..............

Total for Dade County


Location
..Homestead .
..Homestead ...
..Homestead .
..South Miami
..Princeton ..
.Goulds .......
Homestead
Goulds .
Princeton
Goulds
Goulds
Homestead
.Princeton
Homestead
Homestead


HIGHLANDS COUNTY

Shipper Location
Ridgle Lime & Avocado Grower- As-n. Inc. Lake Placid

Total for Highlands Count



HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY


Shipper
R. H. Hard Produce Company
J. A. Green ..........- ...
Newbern Groves, Inc.
D. L. Wadsworth & Company

Total for Hillsborough County


Location
.Produce
.Produce
Lutz ...
Tampa ....


Boxes
. 2,50il0
1,353:
. 3;:

. 10 S, :.
2,50.
71 1
S36,S0:;
26,7, :
697
S 231
2.0 1;
10,337
8,251
6,41 4

10!1. S I


Boxes
10,352

16itt


Boxes
2,S17

li0
71I
5,6 1


POLK COUNTY


Shipper
Florence Citrus Growers Association
Waverly Growers Cooperative ...

Total for Polk Countv


Location
.Florence Villa
W averly .......


SEMINOLE COUNTY


Shipper
Nelon & Company. Inc.....

Total for Seminole County


Location
Oviedo


SEASON STATEWIDE TOTALS


Boxes

I;


Boxes
1:3 1

1 1,0 1


.131,021





CERTIFIED LIMES BY COUNTIES, BY MONTHS
(Fresh Fruit Shipments)

August 1, 1958 June 30, 1959
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushcl Boxes)


August, 1958 .... .....-
September, 1958 .. ......
October, 1958
November. 1958
December, 1958 ....
January, 1959 ..................
February, 1959 ..........--..
March, 1959 ......................
April, 1959 ................
May, 1959 ... ......
June, 1959 ....... .

TOTALS .... ...-
Percent of State Total


Dade
County
13,221
7,570
5,268
3,730
7,029
3,528
4,796
4,132
6,415
13,750
40,386


Highlands
County
7,576
905
344
S19
1,464
206
493
698
763
1.1 3
1,90183
1,901


109,831 16,352
83.83', 12.48'


Hillsborough
County
931
857
233
3819
376
255
351
284
125
331
502

4,631
3.54 5


Polk
County
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
44
26

70
.05',


Seminole
County Totals
0 21,728
0 9,332
0 5,845
0 4,938
0 8,869
0 3,989
0 5,640
19 5,133
53 7,356
52 15,366
10 42,825

134 131,021
.10 100', 1






LIMES CONTAINER ANALYSIS


BY COUNTIES AND STATEWIDE


County









D ade ....................
Highlands ... .....
Hillsborough ...
Polk ................
Seminole .... ......
Statewide --------- ---
Totals By Type Container


SEASON: AUGUST 1, 1958 JUNE 30, 1959

(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)

WIREBOUND
NAILED BOXES BOXES










S107, 2,9! '

21
1.0 1 5
1,080 3,12


CORRUGATED BOXES TOTALS







0 0
=' I U u
141 43.8 ., -' I ,4 1 1019, :31
5,63 | 10.713 16.352
41 522 4,634
I 70 70
S [ 110 134
141 49,51' 21 6,90 6 131, 021
126.,813 131.021





CERTIFIED LIME SHIPMENTS

By Means of Transportation, by Destination

SEASON: AUGUST 1, 1958 JUNE 30, 1959
(In Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)


Interstate Intrastate


Export


Total


93

1,597 128,136
2.792


Rail ............................. .... -- ... --- ...... -
Truck ..-- --- ... ..........--..... ........
r* vlT ,,


109,620
'9 799


16,919


express .. .-------- ----.- .-- --------- ------------------------------------- ---------- I

GRAND TOTAL -..---- .- --- -------- ....--.------- 112,505 16,919 1,597 131,021 100%


%

.07
97.80
2.13


J







Report of the Laboratory Department

1958-1959 Season

The routine duties of the laboratory department
consist of analytical regulatory work in connection
with, and technical investigations relating to, the pro-
visions of the Citrus Code having to do with maturity,
color-add and other processing materials, and arsenical
sprays and dusts. A further portion of the laboratory
work is the preparation and maintaining of field sup-
plies for inspectors, which is continuous throughout
each season.
In connection with the arsenical spray provisions
of the Code, field inspectors who find traces of arsenic
on leaves from orange and tangerine trees during the
summer months, submit samples of both leaves and
fruit to the laboratory for analysis. When arsenic is
found in violation of the Code, the affected fruit can-
not be used for human consumption. (Most of the
violations are caused by carelessness due to improper
cleaning of spray tanks after spraying other fruits.
the use of high-pressure sprayers too near orange and
tangerine trees, and spraying or dusting when the wind
is blowing.) Several thousand boxes of oranges and
tangerines were found to contain arsenic in violation
of law and withheld from utilization, mostly through
voluntary elimination upon notice to the owner.
Additional duties of the laboratory department
include both laboratory and field work under Citrus
Commission regulations in setting up and carrying
out the maturity testing and load evaluation programs
at all citrus processing plants; and furnishing liaison
personnel in the coordination of fresh fruit inspection
at all canning and concentrating plants with the fin-
ished product inspection. Further reference to this
work will be found in the Report of the Cannery De-
partment.
Under the provisions of the Citrus Code relating
to the use of color-add materials, and other fruit treat-
ment materials such as soaps, waxes, etc., the following
individuals or firms were issued licenses for the 1958-
59 season to manufacture, sell and/or distribute the
types of materials listed below.


ARTIFICIAL COLOR


American Machinery Corporation
Brogdex Company
Citrus Machinery Company
Food Machinery & Chemical Corp.
Permachem Corp. West


Orlando, Fla.
Orlando, Fla.
Orlando, Fla.
Lakeland, Fla.
Palm Beach. Fla.


WAX
American Machinery Corporation Orlando, Fla.
Atlantic Chemical Company Orlando, Fla.
Brogdex Company Orlando, Fla.
Citrus Machinery Company Orlando, Fla.
Erny Supply Co. Tampa, Fla.
Food Machinery & Chemical Corp. Lakeland, Fla.
S. C. Johnson & Sons Racine, Wise.
Keller Sales & Engineering Dunedin, Fla.
Permachem Corp. West Palm Beach, Fla.







SOAPS and CLEANERS
American Machinery Corporation Orlando, Fla.
Armour & Company Chicago, Ill.
Atlantic Chemical Company Orlando, Fla.
Brogdex Company Orlando, Fla.
Center Chemical Company Atlanta, Ga.
Citrus Machinery Company Orlando, Fla.
Cola'ate-Palmolive-Peet Company Jersey City. N. J.
Comet Mfg. Co. Atlanta, Ga.
DuBois Company Cincinnati, Ohio
Erny Supply Co. Tampa, Fla.
Food Machinery & Chemical Corp. Lakeland, Fla.
Industrial Chemical & Supply Co. Atlanta, Ga.
Mutual Laboratories Philadelphia. Pa.
Oakite Products, Inc. New York, N. Y.
Odorite of Florida Tampa, Fla.
Arlee Parrish Eustis, Fla.
Permachen Corp. West Palm Beach, Fla.
Swift & Company Chicago, Ill.
Universal Refining Company New York, N. Y.
Wyandotte Chemicals Corp. Wyandotte, Mich.
Zep Manufacturing Company Atlanta, Ga.


MISCELLANEOUS
Dow Chemical Company
Union Carbide & Carbon Corp.


Midland, Mich.
New York, N. Y.







Registered Citrus Canning or Concentrating
Plants

Adams Packing Association, Inc. Auburndale
B & W Canning Company, Inc. Groveland
David Bilgore & Co., Inc. Clearwater
Bordo Products Company Winter Haven
Breyer Ice Cream Division of Nat'l Dairy
Prods. Corp. Plant City
Central Florida Processors Company Lakeland
Dairy Service Corporation Brooksville
DeSoto Canning Company Arcadia
Domino Canning Company Bradenton
Evans Packing Company Dade City
Eversweet Corporation Frostproof
Florida Canners, Inc. Eustis
Florida Citrus Canners Cooperati\ e Lake Wales
Florida Citrus Processors, Inc. Bartow
Florida Food Products. Inc. Eustis
Florida Juice, Inc. Miami
Fosgate Citrus Concentrate Cooperative Forest City
Fruit Gems, Inc. Dunedin
General Foods Corporation Florence Villa
Glacier Highlands Concentrates, Inc. Highland City
Golden Gift, Inc. Clermont
Grand Island Citrus Cooperative Umatilla
Griffin Canners, Inc. Bartow
Ben Hill Griffin, Inc. Frostproof
Halco Products. Inc. Fairvilla
H. P. Hood & Sons, Inc. Dunedin
Imperial Juice Company Lakeland
Harold E. Kendall Goulds
Kraft Foods, Division National Dairy
Products Corp. Lakeland
Lakeland Highlands Canning Co., Inc. Highlands City
Libby, McNeill & Libby Ocala
Life Guard Citrus Corporation Howey in the Hills
Manhan Indian River Juices, Inc. Ft. Pierce
McDonald & Olliff, Inc. Wauchula
Minute Maid Corporation Auburndale
Minute Maid Corporation Leesburg
Minute Maid Corporation Plymouth
Garland C. Norris, Inc. DeLand
Osceola Fruit Distributors Kissimmee
Pablum-Bib, Inc. Lakeland
Pasco Packing Company Dade City
Plymouth Citrus Products Cooperative Plymouth
Ridge Citrus Concentrate, Inc. Davenport
Russell's Fruit Juice Company, Inc. Miami
Salada-Shirriff-Horsey, Inc. Plant City
Sargeant Citrus Products, Inc. Lakeland
Sasson-King, Inc. Ft. Meade
Snively Groves, Inc. Winter Haven
Southern Fruit Distributors, Inc. Orlando
Stokely-Bordo Haines City
Stokely-Van Camp, Inc. Tampa
Sugar Rose Canning Company Plant City
Sunshine Packers Incorporated Ft. Meade
Tropicana Products, Inc. Port Canaveral
Tropicana Products, Inc. Bradenton
Treesweet Products Company Ft. Pierce
Winter Garden Citrus Products
Cooperative Winter Garden







SUMMARY

Report of Bond and License Division 1958-1959

858 Dealers posted Surety Bonds


amounting to .......... ......
4 Dealers posted Cash Bonds
amounting to ....--.. .........


Total amount of Citrus Fruit
Dealers' Bonds ...-.. ...-- .......----
574 Licenses issued to Non-Bonded Ex-
press and Gift Fruit Shippers
113 Dealers "Advertising as Bonded
Shipper or Bonded Dealer" posted
Performance Bonds of $1,000.00
each
79 Certificates as provided by F.C.C.
regulation No. 31, Sec. 3 issued on
request to Dealers posting Per-
formance Bonds
All Citrus Fruit Dealer's Licenses
issued _. ....... ... ..... ....-.
Manufacturer's Licenses issued ....
Citrus Parking Houses Registered
Lime Packing Houses Registered....
Canning and/or Concentrating
Plants Registered ......... .....-... .

COMPLAINTS

1957-1958 Season
Complaints disposed of ........ --------
Complaints pending .. ... ... ......-
Amount paid to Claimants by Dealers -...-
Amount paid to Claimants by
Bonding Companies -... ........... ...--..


1958-1959 Season

Complaints disposed of ---------..
Complaints pending ..-- ...- ..-- -.. -...
Amount paid to Claimants by Dealers..- $
Revocation of License Proceedings .--.....
Administrative Hearings -------...----
Orders entered by Commissioner
of Agriculture ... ......... .....
5 4

Complaints filed by out of state purchasers
against Express Fruit Shippers .....
Amount paid to Claimants by Express
Fruit Shippers ... ...-----..-.-----. ----$.
Shipments replaced to Claimants by
Express Fruit Shippers ---


..

.


9
0
3,276.80

9,570.90



13
16
10,354.49
1
12

8


3

13.00

1


$7,721,540.00

36,000.00


$7,757,540.00












1,436
28
203
25

59







Bonded Citrus Fruit Dealer's Licenses were issued
to all Citrus Shippers and Canners listed elsewhere
in this Annual Report, and also to the following.


Dealer
A A Fruit Packers
A B C Fruit Company
Ace Fruit Company
Acme Fruit Company, Inc.
Adams, Buford L.
Agricultural Investment Co., Inc.
Airport Groves, Inc.
Akins & Akins
Alderman Fruit Company, Ralph
Alford Fruit Company
Alva Fruit Company
American National Foods, Inc.
Anderson, Jr., J. Harry
Anderson Fruit Dealer, L. L.
Anderson, R. D.
Angilella's
Appelgren Sales Co., M. E.
Arborio, Peter
Ard Groves, The
Arnold's Groves
Asian & Son, E. D.
B's Fruit & Gifts
B & M Fruit Company, Inc.
B & W Fruit Buyers
Bady, Coleman
Bailey's
Barber Groves
Barber Temple Orange Company
Barden, John E.
Barnard, S. W.
Barnes, Ellis A.
Barrington, James
Bashor, Ranton L.
Bean, 0. V.
Beasley, Ralph J.
Bel-Aire Fruit Co., Inc.
Bell, Fred
Bell's Fruit Stand
Benson Brothers Fruit Co.
Benson Groves
Bentley Brothers
Berry Exporting Corp., Jack IM.
Bilbrey Fruit Co., L. C.
Bilbrey, Otis
Bilbrey, Owen
Bishop Fruits, Inc.
Blackwelder, Parley
Blitch Company, Inc., The
Blue Heron Gift House
Bolden, Irving
Booth, David Whidden
Boram, R. T.
Boutwell Brothers
Bowen Brothers, Inc.
Boyd Fancy Fruit, C. C.
Boyd, Thomas M.
Boyer Company
Boyles, Jay J.
Braddock, R. E.


Location
Ft. Lauderdale
Orlando
Miami
Orlando
Orlando
Winter Garden
Sarasota
Lakeland
Orlando
Dade City
Ft. Myers
Ft. Pierce
Winter Haven
Tampa
Plant City
Florida City
Avon Park
Mt. Dora
Cocoa
Ft. Pierce
Jacksonville
Thonotosassa
Orlando
Groveland
Orlando
St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg
Clearwater
East Palatka
Largo
St. Augustine
Maitland
Umatilla
Seffner
Orlando
Miami
Indian River City
St. Petersburg
Lake Hamilton
Orlando
Winter Haven
Winter Haven
Eagle Lake
Winter Haven
Winter Haven
Winter Garden
Lake Hamilton
Lakeland
Sarasota
Altamonte Springs
Ocala
Leesburg
Lakeland
Winter Haven
Groveland
Lake Wales
Lady Lake
Vero Beach
Crescent City







Dealer Location
Bradley. Sr., C. R. Orlando
Brannan, Frank Winter Haven
Braun Fruit Packers DeLand
Brazier, W. D. Leesburg
Britt, T. M. Winter Garden
Bronson. L. K. Orlando
Broward Fruit Company Ft. Lauderdale
Browdy, J. H. Oviedo
Brown, C. W. Lakeland
Brown, James Crystal River
Browning, Bennett & Alford Jacksonville
Brownlee, J. 0. Plant City
Bryan, James Wauchula
Bryant Co., The Dade City
Buchans. E. H. DeLand
Burnett's Fruit Farm Bradenton
Burnette, J. S. Jacksonville
Burt & Jewel'- Place Cocoa
Bush, Harry Robert Winter Park
Bush, Robert Orlando
C & P Brokerage Company Plant City
Cadenhead & Son. T. R. Wabasso
Campbell, Barney Orlando
Campisi & Diaz. Inc. Tampa
Carl's Fruit Stand Thonotosassa
Carney Groves, Inc. Orlando
Carroll, Lewis Jefferson Leesburg
Carroll Produce, H. C. Jacksonville
Carver, T. E. & E. H. Carver Mt. Dora
Cash Fruit Company Dade City
Cash Fruit Corporation at Orlando Dade City
Casper's Super Market Gift Shop St. Augustine
Cavallaro, John Miami Beach
Central Florida Fruit & Packing Co. Winter Haven
Chambers, Ernest Orlando
Chapman Fruit Company, Inc. Wauchula
Chapman. E. H. Plant City
Chapman, Ray A. Frostproof
Chapman. R. E. Orlando
Charlie's Packing' House Sumterville
Chepenik & Sons, Inc., N. Jacksonville
Cherry Produce Company Jacksonville
Chipman, William A. Wauchula
Christie's Apopka
Church, L. A. Orlando
Church, O. W. Orlando
Circle H Farms Haines City
Citra-Fresh, Inc. Tampa
Citrus Development Co., Inc. Sebring
Citrus Grove Development Co., Inc., The Babson Pk.
Citrusland & Nagel Groves Waverly
Citrus Service Station Palm Harbor
Clarcona Fruit & Harvesting Co. Clarcona
Clark Investment Company Dade City
Clark & Oakley Company Dade City
Clemons, W. C. Miami
Clermont Fruit Service Clermont
Cline, Fain Sharp Lakeland
Cockcroft, Flowers Mascotte
Cocoa Fruit Company Cocoa
Coleman, Woodie Seville
Collins, Harold M. Tampa
Collins, M. R. Tampa
Collins, Truman Winter Haven
Connell, W. 1M. Auburndale







Dealer
Consolidated Fruit Distributors
Cook & Sons, B. C.
Cook & Sons, Inc., B. C.
Cook, Wyatt H.
Corley, Jack
Corley Produce Company, Inc.
Covington, Jr., D. D.
Cravero Brothers Produce Company
Cravero Fruit & Produce. Joseph
Creel, D. F.
Crescent City Fruit Co.
Croft, Harvey
Cromartie, Grady
Crosby, Paul R.
Crutchfield, Albin P. H
Cunningham's Fruit & Gifts
Cushman Fruit Company
Cutbirth's Citrus Corner
Cypress Lake Plantation
D & B Fruit Co., Inc.
Damus, Alfred
Daniels, Inc., George
Davis, Aaron P.
Davis Brothers
Daylight Grocery Company
Dean, Edward A.
Delaplane Citrus, Inc.
Delco Groves
Denham & Carter
Dimond-Tager Company
Dixieland Fruit Store, Inc.
Dixie Produce Co., Inc.
Donsgrove
Dot & Bert's Groves
Douglas, John W. & T. L. Douglas
Driftwood Fruit Company
Duffy's
Dun, W. A., Sr.
Dunson, L. W.
Dyal's Groves
East Coast Fruit Company
Eastern Marketing Service
Edwards, L. D.
Edwards Groves, Inc.
Edwards Packing Company
Eicholz Citrus Center
Eldridge Groves Stores
Eli, Inc.
Ellwood Acres
Emerson, Buell V.
Enfinger, Edgar
Epstein, Simon
Etheridge Citrus Broker, C. B.
Eustis Consolidated Citrus Co.
Ezell Fruit Company
Feliciani, James
Fern Grill Fruit Packing Co.
Flamingo Fruit Company
Flora Produce, John
Flora, Tony
Florida Citrus Distributors, Inc.


Location
Winter Haven
Haines City
Haines City
Haines City
Wauchula
Sanford
Dade City
Miami
Miami
Lake Hamilton
Crescent City
Webster
Kissimmee
Largo
owey-in-the-Hills
Lake Alfred
Vest Palm Beach
Leesburg
Pierson
Wauchula
Orlando
Winter Garden
Eloise
Frostproof
Jacksonville
Winter Haven
Ft. Pierce
Bradenton
Davenport
Tampa
Orlando
Jacksonville
Ft. Lauderdale
Largo
Jacksonville
Vero Beach
Mims
Ft. Pierce
Winter Haven
Cocoa
Jacksonville
Bartow
Lakeland
Lakeland
Lakeland
Pinellas Park
Clearwater
Vero Beach
Palmetto
Eustis
Orlando
Daytona Beach
Ocoee
Leesburg
Bradenton
Lakeland
St. Petersburg
Sebring
Tampa
Tampa
Orlando


Florida Citrus Exchange and/or Seald-Sweet
Sales, Inc.
Florida Citrus Juice Company
Florida Citrus Service F


Tampa
Tampa
t. Pierce







Dealer Location
Florida Fruit Company Miami
Florida Fruit Packers & Shippers, Inc. Miami
Florida Orange Marketers, Inc. Winter Park
Flossanna Groves DeLand
Floyd's Fruit Company Miami
Fort Mason Fruit Company Eustis
Fort, R. I. Leesburg
Foster, Robert 1). Lakeland
Frank's Fruit Shoppe Belleview
Freeman, B. Leesburg
Freeman & McRae Winter Garden
Friendship House, Inc. Miami
Fruit Basket St. Cloud
Fruit Contractors, Inc. Ft. Pierce
Fruit House, The Tarpon Springs
Fruit Shoppe Hollywood
Fryer Co., Inc., W. V. Winter Haven
Furman, Abraham Sanford
Gaines, Dwight A. Clermont
General Juices Corporation Bartow
Gentry's Fruits & Juices South Daytona Beach
Giddens, George Haines City
Giddens, Jr. Fruit Co., W. T. Haines City
Gilliard, Henry Wauchula
Gillispie, Sam Ft. Meade
Gladden, W. A. Winter Haven
Gleaton Fruit Company Plant City
Golden Acres Fruit Stand Lake Wales
Golden Triangle Fruit Company Eustis
Goodrich Trucking Service, Leslie Wabasso
Gramling. Oling Carlton Ft. Meade
Griffin Fruit Company Lakeland
Griffin Groves Company, C. V. Howey-in-the-Hills
Griffin, Johnny Lee Apopka
Griffin, John R. (Bobby) Bartow
Griffin, Lloyd Plant City
Griffiin, W. E. Winter Haven
Grogan Groves, Inc. Haines City
Gunter Brothers Tampa
H. G. Fruit Company Orlando
H & P Fruit Company Holly Hill
Hackney Fruit Company Miami
Hale Indian River Groves Wabasso
Hall, M. F. Lakeland
Hall's Fruit Stand Winter Haven
Hamilton Growers, Inc. Lake Hamilton
Hammock Packing Plant, Warren Largo
Hansell, Byron V. Kissimmee
Hansen, Nels D. Ft. Pierce
Harrell, Winston Dade City
Harrison, Clarence U. Orlando
Hart, Leo Auburndale
Hart, Inc., L. V. DeLand
Haskins, Mark L. Lake Hamilton
Hastings & Faulhaber, Inc. Leesburg
Hawkins Fruit Co., Walter Jacksonville
Hayes Grove Nokomis
Haynes, Charles Altamonte Springs
Hedges, E. Peter Clearwater
Heidrich Investments, Inc. Orlando
Henderson, Odell Dade City
Hendry Brothers Wauchula
Henry & Sons, W. A. Haines City
Herndon. Barney Lake Wales
Herrick Groves Ft. Lauderdale







Dealer Location
Hester, C. B. Winter Haven
Heyward, Harry Orlando
Hicks, E. R. Lakeland
Highlands Fruit Company Sebring
Hill, Edward H. Winter Haven
Hill, J. D. Winter Haven
Hill Groves, J. S. Largo
Hill & Williams, Inc. Winter Haven
Hill, William E. Leesburg
Hilliard, Willie Orlando
Hill Top Fruit & Gift Stand Lake Placid
Hirsch Brokerage Co., Ed Tampa
Hi-Way Curb Market Naranja
Hodney Fruit Packers DeLand
Holiday Groves, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale
Hollieanna Groves Salesroom, Inc. Maitland
Hohnes Fruit Company Tampa
Hooper Groves Cocoa
Hopkins Fruit Market St. Petersburg
Home, L. P. Ocala
Horner Fruit Co., Jack (Not Inc.) DeLand
Hornsby, Jimmie D. Tampa
Horvath Groves, The Maitland
Houser's Grove Melbourne
Howard Fruit Company Largo
Hudson Co., Inc., of Winter Garden
(Not Inc.) Winter Garden
Hudson Fruit Co., Hoyette S. Orlando
Huffstetler, Inc., L. R. Eustis
Hughes, P. E. Dade City
Hunter, Phillips H. Crescent City
Huntsman Fruit Company Plant City
Hussey, James A. Frostproof
Hyatt Fruit Company Ft. Lauderdale
Idlewild Groves Land-O-Lakes
Ingram Fruit Company, Inc. Tampa
Inland Fruit Company Leesburg
Ippolito Brothers Tampa
J & K Fruit & Gifts Inverness
Jackson, Abe. Tampa
Jackson Citrus Dealer, Inc., Louis Miami
Jackson Groves, Inc., The Palm Harbor
Jarmer Brothers Packing Company Redington Shores
Jasmine Groves Largo
Jax Fruit Distributors Jacksonville
Jenkins, John Orlando
Jennings Market Jacksonville
Johnson, E. N. St. Augustine
Johnson, Floyd Ft. Pierce
Johnson, Perry E. Plant City
Johnston, Edward N. St. Cloud
Johnston, Julian A. Winter Haven
Jones, Charles B. Clermont
Jones Fruit & Produce Kissimmee
Jones, I. M. Sydney
Jones, Julius (Jimmie) Clermont
Jones Produce Sanford
Jones Produce Company Tampa
Jordan & Reeves Fruit Dealers Haines City
Juice Corporation of America Glendale, N. Y.
Juice Fruit Buyers, Inc. Leesburg
Juice Mill Leesburg
Kaler Produce Company Miami
Kalogridis, Costas Winter Haven
Kastner Company, Harold H-. Sanford
55







Dealer
Keene, Cecil E.
Keene. R. D.
Keene's Harvesting Company
Keeney, Floyd G. & Ethleen C.
Keith's Key o' the South
Kelley, Herman H.
Kenga Fruits & Gifts
Kennesaw Fruit Co., Inc.
Key Groves
Key, Willie D.
King, C. W.
King, George E.
King, John Thomas
Kirk, Charles E.
Knapp Groves. Inc.
L & M Fruit Co., Inc.
Lackey, M. L.
Lake Alfred Fruit Company
Lake Weir Gift Fruit Company
Lala, Jack A.
Lambert. Hill
Lang-Lawless Fruit Co.
Lang's Fruit & Basket Shop
Langley, A. R.
Langley, J. B.
Lanier, T. L.
Lawless Fruit Co., Inc.
Lee's Citrus Fruits
Lee's Fruit Company
Les Marc's Fruit Gift Shop
Lewis Groves
Lewis, Jack
Lewis, J. P.
Lewis, T. C.
Lindsey, Virgil C.
Linebaugh & Associates, Inc., C. R.
Livingston, John L.
Lloyd, Austin
Lloyd, Jr., Perry
Lloyd, Robert L.
Lockamy, C. J.
Long & Son, H. C.
Loveland Groves, Inc.
Lowdermilk, C. R.
Lustig, Seymour
McClanahan, John P.
McCranie Fruit Company, H. F.
McElveen & McElveen, Inc.
McElvey & McElvey, Inc.
McGriff, Cleveland
McLean & Sons, J. E.
McMullen, A. M.
McSurley, H. AM.
Mack's Orange Box
Manis Company. William
Mann, H. E.
Marble Grove
Marchant Fruit Company
Margel & Cohen
Mariana Growers, Inc.
Marshall's
Martin Products Co.
Mask, J. H.
Mason's
Maurno Sales Co., F. L.


Location
Orlando
Winter Garden
Winter Garden
Ocala
Nokomis
Ft. Meade
Ft. Myers
Ft. Lauderdale
Ft. Lauderdale
Mt. Dora
Parrish
Eloise
Winter Haven
Plymouth
Ft. Lauderdale
Bartow
Palmetto
Lake Alfred
Oklawaha
Tampa
Zolfo Springs
Winter Haven
Lake Alfred
Lakeland
Lakeland
Zolfo Springs
Winter Haven
Lake Wales
Leesburg
St. Augustine
Lakeland
Ocala
Thonotosassa
Tampa
Winter Garden
Winter Haven
Dundee
Ft. Pierce
Ft. Pierce
Ft. Pierce
Orlando
Haines City
Edgewater
Fern Park
Orlando
Minneola
Lakeland
Plant City
Winter Haven
Lake Alfred
Brandon
Safety Harbor
Ft. Pierce
Dania
Tampa
Ocala
Sarasota
Leesburg
Miami
Ft. Myers
Clearwater
Palatka
Winter Garden
Sebring
Princeton








Maxcy Groves Sebring
May Bros., Inc. Umatilla
May, Mrs. J. K. Winter Haven
Meriwether, F. T. Sanford
Merritt, J. R. Auburndale
Midland Sales Corporation Winter Haven
Midway Groves, Inc. Sarasota
Milam, C. D. Winter Garden
Milligan, H. E. Tampa
Milne-O' Berry Packing Co.. Inc. St. Petersburg
Milton & Acuff Eustis
Mincey, Roger Eloise
Minton, W. I. New Smyrna Beach
Mixon Fruit Farm Bradenton
Moore & Associates, B. Haines City
Moore, C. N. Plant City
Morris Fruit Company, Johnnie Haines City
Morrison Fruit Company Winter Haven
N & N Fruit Buyers Leesburg
Nanna's Grove Ft. Pierce
Nash, Ray Largo
National Produce Co. of Miami, Inc. Miami
Newsom, Earl Tampa
Newsom, Plant Tampa
Newton, R. E. Orlando
Niederer Company, Walter C. Tampa
Noland, Bryan Arcadia
Oakley Fruit Company Dade City
O'Neal Fruit Company Dundee
Orange Blossom Groves Largo
Orange Bowl, The Largo
Orange Mill, The Leesburg
Orange Ranch Shop, The Orange Lake
Orange Stop, The Keystone Heights
Oteen Groves Stuart
Owen-Fruit Shippers, John Miami
Owens Fruit Company, A. J. Winter Haven
Owens, Walter Lee Mt. Dora
Pace, Carl A. Inverness
Pacific Gamble Robinson Company and
Pacific Fruit & Produce Company Lakeland
Palm Fruit Shop Bushnell
Palm Gardens, Inc. Largo
Palm Terrace Fruit Company Mt. Dora
Parks & Gibbons Cocoa
Parramore's Fruit House Lake Park
Parrish, T. J. Orlando
Patio Fruit Shop Ft. Myers
Pattillo Fruit Sales DeLand
Paul, J. R. Winter Haven
Paulk, W. C. Eagle Lake
Payne & Morgan Fruit Company Palm Harbor
Pearson, R. L. Orlando
Peck, Joe Winter Haven
Peckenpaugh Groves Sharpes
Peerless Citrus Company Winter Haven
Pellem, Archie B. Seffner
Pemberton, H. J. Ormond Beach
Pennington, G. H. Haines City
Pfeil, J. M. Summerfield
Pierce, Edward G. Bartow
Pike, Paul E. Dade City
Pinellas Fruit Company Tampa
Pioneer-Chester Groves Company Cocoa
Pioneer Company, The Orlando


Location


Dealer







Dealer Location
Platts, P. K. Ft. Pierce
Pluff, Albert Crescent City
Poinsettia Groves Vero Beach
Pollard, Frank Arcadia
Pollock, Cecil B. Highland City
Pope, William Orlando
Port City Investment Corn. Ft. Pierce
Port Fruit & Juices Ft. Lauderdale
Portnoy Company, Morris Jacksonville
Potts, W. H. Pomona Park
Powell, J. R. Babson Park
Poyner, Virgil Orlando
Produce Distributors, Inc. d/h/a
Dokhorn Produce Miami
Produce Exchange Company Tampa
Pulitzer Groves Ft. Pierce
Pursley Fruit & Gifts St. Petersburg
Radke, Edmund M. Ft. Pierce
Rafferty Groves Sebring
Rainbow Gift Shop Dade City
Reams, G. F. Okeechobee
Rebecca's Gift Shon Haines City
Reed. Willie M. Belleview
Revell, Fred Bowling Green
Revell, W. D. Bartow
Reynolds, R. C. Lakeland
Ridge Fruit (Comoany Lakeland
River Valley Produce Company East Palatka
Rivers, William I. Samoset
Roberts, Forest E. Maitland
Robinette. W. J. Eagle Lake
Robinson Marketing Service, R. F. Sanford
Robson, Jr., Harp Lakeland
Rogers Brothers Highland City
Rogers Fruit & Novelty Stand DeLand
Rollins Grove Service Dade City
Roper Bros, Inc. Winter Garden
Rowland, E. N. Bartow
Ryals Fruit Co.. Inc., Barney DeLand
Sanchez. S. D. Tampa
Sanford Produce Company Sanford
Sapp, Gerald E. Winter Haven
Saprito Brothers Groves Sarasota
Sasser, H. C. Zolfo Springs
Scaglione, Sam Tampa
Schee, L. B. Largo
Schneider's Gift Shop & Fruit Stand Bradenton
Sebring Fruit Purchasers, Inc. Sebring
Seminole Fruit Corporation Sanford
Seminole Grove,, Inc. Cocoa
Seminole Shippers Orlando
Setzers Warehouse, Inc. Jacksonville
Shaw-Fruit Dealer, Bob Eagle Lake
Shaw & Sons, R. A. (Bill) Ft. Lauderdale
Sheffield. W. L. Auburndale
Shelton, W. G. Winter Haven
Sherrill Service Station, J. M. Haines City
Shields (ifts, Inc. St. Augustine
Simmons, Hugh Orlando
Simmons, R. E. Tampa
Simpson Fruit Company Mt. Dora
Sims, Albert L. & William T. Chapman Orlando
Sims, Donald R. Ft. Myers
Singletary, P. H. Tampa
Skelly's Groves Cocoa







Dealer Location
Skyway Gift Shop Clearwater
Smith, Howard Orlando
Smith, James T. Eaton Park
Smith, Joe B. Brandon
Smith, Leo Avon Park
Smith, Marcus Zolfo Springs
Smith, Margaret Jane Zellwood
Smith, R. N. Winter Haven
Smith, T. L. Plymouth
Sparkman, Jr., W. B. Plant City
Spyke & Son, H. L. Ft. Lauderdale
Stambaugh, Orville Vero Beach
Stancel Dear Fruit Products Largo
Stanley, Denver Tampa
Stanley, Nancy E. Orlando
State Produce Company Sanford
Steinfeld Bros. Grove Winter Beach
Stephenson, L. M. Maitland
Stidham, E. L. DeLeon Springs
Stidham, George I. Winter Haven
Stokes, Ingram E. DeLand
Stover, Marion R. Maitland
Strock, David Orlando
Strock, Joseph I. Boston, Mass.
Sunbeam System. Inc. Miami
Sunny Ridge Groves Sebring
Sunnyside Groves Zephyrhills
Sunripe Fruit Shippers Miami
Sunshine State Produce Corporation Wauchula
Surratt & Company, B. M. Dade City
T. J.'s Ft. Pierce
T & T Fruit Company Plant City
T & W Produce Company Tampa
Tamiami Fruit & Produce Market Bradenton
Tam O'Shanter Citrus Fruits Lake Wales
Tangerine Shop, The Safety Harbor
Tanner, G. W. & J. A. Sikes Jacksonville
Taylor, Charlie Apopka
Testa, Patrick Miami
Thomas & Son, E. C. Jacksonville
Thompson's Groves Cocoa
Tilden, S. J. Winter Haven
Tiner & Choate Fruit Company Eagle Lake
Tiner & Son, J. H. Haines City
Tiner, Leslie Haines City
Tiner, W. H. Auburndale
Tipton Fruit Stand Lake Placid
Tom Sawyer Groves Vero Beach
Tom's Tree Ripened Fruit Dade City
Townsend Fruit Co.. Inc. Dade City
Travassos Produce Jacksonville
Traylor, B. A. Lithia
Tropic Groves Sparr
Tropical Blossom Fruit Shippers Edgewater
Tropical Fruit Shippers Sarasota
Tropi-Kist Fruit Products Company West Palm Beach
Turner Fruit Company Ft. Pierce
Tyre & Alberson, Inc. Eustis
Ulmer Grove, H. L. Largo
Underdown Groves Melbourne
V & R Fruit Company Winter Garden
Vachon Groves, A. Ft. Pierce
VanLandingham, Giardino & Snell Jacksonville
Van Ness Groves Hernando
Vereen, John T. Plymouth







Dealer
Vining, L. C.
Vo-Mac Groves
Voss, Hassel
Wagner, Jacob
Walker, Raymond M.
Wall's Indian River Groves
Ward, A. W.
Warren Brothers Fruit Dealers W
Washington Farms Corporation
Watson, M. E.
Wear, Dan F.
Webb. Jr.. Cal
Webb, E. J.
Webb's City, Inc. St
Weeks, P. T., Individual
Weeks T. A.
Weldon, 0. J., Shelton L. F. & Brough V.
Welles Fruit & Live Stock Company
Wellman, Walter K.
Wells Groves
Wells & Shields
Wesco Foods Company Cin(
West Fruit Company
West Orange Citrus Growers
Association Wi
West, Thomas S.
Wever Groves St
White Groves
White Heron Groves
Wickie Company, The
Wiedeman. Sweetland & Wester
Wiggins, Wilton C.
Wilder, Horace V.
Williams-Baker Groves
Williams Brothers
Williams, L. H., Melvin Lowe,
John DeFulvio
Williams, M. O. 'Buster"
Williams Fruit Company, Parks
Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc.
Wisner, J. H.
Withers & Harshman, Inc.
Wooden, S. H. W
Worth, Otis W
Wright, J. D.
Yarbrough Fruit Shippers
Yellow Banks Grove
Youngblood & Sons, Inc. Wi
Zephyr Fruit Company


Location
Orlando
Plymouth
Orlando
Orlando
Clermont
Stuart
Maitland
inter Haven
Orlando
DeLand
Bartow
DeLand
Wauchula
.Petersburg
Dade City
Auburndale
Dinsmore
Arcadia
Weirsdale
Tavares
Wauchula
innati, Ohio
Ocoee

nter Garden
Ocoee
SPetersburg
Vero Beach
Bradenton
Ft. Meade
Jacksonville
Bradenton
Orlando
Largo
Frostproof

Jacksonville
Mt. Dora
Leesburg
Jacksonville
Lakeland
Sebring
inter Haven
'inter Haven
Orlando
Ft. Pierce
Largo
inter Garden
Zephyrhills








Licenses issued to Non-Bonded Express or Gift
Fruit Shippers under provisions of Paragraph 2
Chapter 601.61 Florida Statutes:


Dealer
A & K Juice Company
Admiral Fruit Shippers
Alamo Fruit & Gift Shoppe
Alamo Take-Out Foods, Inc.
Alexandria Shop, The
Alfie's
Algiers Flowers & Fruit
Algozzini's Fruit Gift Shop
Allen Fruit Company
Allen's Fruit Shippers
Allen, Robert, Florist, Inc.,
Sweet & Blossom
Allen's Grove
Anderson's
Angelo's Tropical Fruit Store
Apex Fruit Company
Archer Fruit Company
Arenda's Groves
Aristocrat Gift Shop
Arnold Fruit Company
Arthur's Fruit Shop
Athen's Tropical Frt. & Novelties
Art's Market
Attache Gift Shop
Aztec Motel Sundry Shop
B & R Fruit Stand
Babco "Florida Ctirus"
Bagdad Gifts, Inc.
Balee's Fruit Shippers La
Ball's Grove
Balmoral Tobacco Shop
Banana Trading Post
Banting, John
Barefoot-Mailman, The
Baskin Groves, Sy
Bay Pines Fruit Center
Bay Shore Grove
Beachcomber (Gift) Shop
Beachway Gourmet Shop
Beacon Light Card & Gift Shop
Beau-Rivage Hotel Fruit
Belitz, Nicholas
Bell, George T.
Bell, W. S.
Berry's Fruit Shop
Bettes Fruit Basket
Bielling Packers
Big Orange, The
Billy Boy Groves
Bill's Shed
Bird Cage, The
Birks Groves, A. M.
Biscayne Groves
Biscayne Terrace Florist & Fruit
Blackburn's Arrow Fruit
Blackford, J. A.
Bloods Hammock Groves
Blue Atlantic Fruit Shippers


Location
Lake Worth
Miami Beach
Largo
Hollywood
Miami Beach
Miami Beach
Miami Beach
Hobe Sound
Winter Park
Hollywood

Hollywood Beach
Tampa
Bradenton
North Miami Beach
Lutz
Miami Beach
Vero Beach
Hollywood
Madeira Beach
Lake Worth
Miami Beach
Orlando
Hollywood
Miami Beach
Ft. Myers
Leesburg
Miami Beach
uderdale-by-the-Sea
Clewiston
Miami Beach
Clearwater
Delray Beach
Coral Gables
Hobe Sound
St. Petersburg
Palmetto
Miami Beach
Hollywood
Pompano Beach
Miami Beach
Orlando
Lady Lake
Cocoa
Palm Beach
St. Augustine
Weirsdale
San Mateo
Tavares
Ormond Beach
Miami Beach
Altamonte Springs
Miami
Shipper Miami
Meloburne
Sarasota
Delray Beach
Ft. Lauderdale








Dealer
Blue Ribbon Groves
Bobbie's Flower Shop
Boca Fruit Shippers
Boca Raton Club Fruit Shippers
Bo-Mont Fruit Packers
Bons, Emil
Botanical Groves
Boulevard Gift & Fruit Shippers
Boynton Fruit Basket
Brill's Fruit Shippers
Broadway Quality Market
Brown's
Buckeye Grove. The
Burdine's
Burton's Grove
Bustani's Fruit Shippers
Cadillac Lobby Shop
Calabrese
Campagne's Gift & Fruit Shop
Campbell Groves
Candy Counter, The
Capri Fruit Shippers
Capwell's Cabin & Gift Shop
Card & Copy Shop
Carey's
Caribbean Fruit Box
Carter Fruit Company
Carter's Fruit Market
Casa-Fruit & Gift Bowl
Castaways Gift Shop
Central Florida Knoll
Charlie's Juice Bar
Chateau Gift Shop
Chocolate Shoppe of Lincoln Road
Ciro's Market
Citrus Tower Gift Shop
Clamp's Fruit Shop
Clifton Groves, Inc.
Cl -, ii. D. E.
Coarsey Grove Gift Shop
Cobbs Fruit & Preserving Company
Cofer's Groves
Cohen Brothers
Colbert Fruit Shippers
Cole's Fruit Stand
Collins Ave. Fruit Shippers
Collins, E. B.
Connemax Groves
Cook, J. A.
Cook Farms-The Farm House
Coral Gift Shops, Inc.
Corley's Indian River Orange Bowl
Cornucopia, The
Coronet Chocolates-
Cottage Shop, The
Couch Groves
Country Market N
Cove Fruit Shippers
Coxey's Gift Corner
Cypress Gardens Triangle
Dab's Fruit Shippers
Darbarry Shops, Inc.
Davidson Brothers
Deab Fruit Shippers
DeAnn Candies


Location
Vero Beach
Miami
Boca Raton
Pompano L;lch
Pompano Beach
Melbourne
DeLand
Ft. Lauderdale
Boynton Beach
Miami Beach
Daytona Beach
Clewiston
Lutz
Miami
Eau Gallie
Palm Beach
Miami Beach
Lake Worth
Winter Haven
Ft. Pierce
Orlando
Sunny Isles
Avon Park
Homestead
Miami
Miami
Ft. Lauderdale
Jacksonville
Miami Beach
Miami Beach
Sebring
Miami Beach
Miami Beach
Miami Beach
St. Petersburg
Clermont
Loxahatchee
Orlando
Vero Beach
Tampa
Miami
Ft. Pierce
Jacksonville
Miami Beach
Callahan
Miami Beach
St. Petersburg
Clermont
Sarasota
Clermont
Ft. Lauderdale
Cocoa
Hollywood
Miami Beach
Winter Park
Clearwater
rorth Miami Beach
Deerfield Beach
West Hollywood
Winter Haven
Miami Beach
Miami Beach
Daytona Beach
Miami Beach
Lake Worth







Dealer Location
Deauville Fruit & Gift Shop, Inc. Miami Beach
DeLano Fruit Shipper Miami Beach
Denton, A. J. Eagle Lake
DiGiorgio Market Tampa
Doctors Choice, Inc. Miami
Dodge Groves Rockledge
Doel's Gift Shop Miami Beach
Dome's Miami Beach
Dressner's Daytona Beach
Driebe's Ft. Lauderdale
Driftwood Motel Cigar Shop Miami Beach
Duke's Little Farms Ft. Lauderdale
Duncan Gift Fruit Lakeland
DuPont Tarleton Drug & Smoke Shop. Inc Miami
Dupree, Earl Miami Beach
Earnhart's Gift Fruit Shipper Pompano Beach
Edward's Gift Shop, Inc. St. Petersburg
Edwards Groves Ft. Pierce
Egan Groves Vero Beach
Eichelberger, Jos. & J. B. Eustis
Ellis Fruit Store Daytona Beach
Ely Groves Palm Harbor
Empress Gifts Hollywood
Estero River Groves Estero
Estrin's Candy Shop Miami Beach
Exotic Gardens, Inc. Miami
Fagan's Fruits Sharpes
Famous Bowers Groves, The Indiantown
Farah Brothers Miami Beach
Farber's Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Farm Market, The Miami
Farmer's Market-Fruit & Vegetable
Shippers Pompano Beach
Faust Miami Beach
Fender's Miami
Ferguson's Fruit Shop Lake Wales
Fiesta Grove Sarasota
Fink, A. J. Lakeland
Finley-Mason Groves, Inc. Lakeland
Fisher's Bill Hialeah
Fitting's Grove Ft. Pierce
Flagler Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Flochas Lake Worth
Flora-Dale Fruit Shippers Ft. Lauderdale
Florida Gifts DeLand
Florida Shores Sundries Miami Beach
Floridian Fruit Shippers Ft. Lauderdale
Florieda Gift Shop Boynton Beach
Ford's Corner Lake Worth
Ft. Myers Gift Shop Ft. Myers
Freddy's Miami Beach
Frenchy's Miami
Fruit Basket, The Largo
Fruit Bowl, The Naples
Fruit Bowl, Inc., The Miami Beach
Fruit Box, The Surfside
Fruit Center St. Petersurg
Fruit Center, The Miami
Fruit Circus Miami
Fruiteria, The Tarpon Springs
Fruit Fair Sebring
Fruit Fair, Inc. Miami Beach
Fruitland Growers Fruitland Park
Frumkin of Florida Miami Beach
Fullerton Groves Oak Hill








Dealer
Fulton's Citrus Fruit Groves
Gage, Mrs. Spurgeon
Garner's Indian River Fruit Co.
Garnett Groves
Gateway Gourmet Shop
Gator's Fruit & Souvenirs
Gerinjo Groves
Gerken, Gene
Gerry's Fruit Stand
Gift Fair
Gift Fair Fruit Shippers
Gifts, Inc.
Giftorama
Gladewood Junior
Goheen Groves
Golden Nugget Gift Shop
Golden Strand Gifts
Golk Groves
Gordy Groves, Gordy, Inc.
Green Grove Products
Greyside Fruit Company
Griffin's Fruit Stand
Griff's Fruit Bar
Grossenbacher Groves
Growers of Ft. Lauderdale
Growers Fruit Shipping of Miami
Gulf Stream Fruit Company
Gulf Stream Pharmacy
Gus's Fruit Bazaar
Hackett's Groves
Hallstrom, Axel
Hammock Groves
Hammocks, The
Hammock's Fruit Stand
Hanan Brothers
Hank's Orange Box
Harbor Beach Pharmacy
Harding's Fruit Bar
Harper, Buford
Harrells Candy Kitchens, Inc.
Hawaiian Tropical Drinks, Inc.
Hawthorne Chocolates, Mary
Helen's Fruit Stand
Henderson Groves
Henderson Groves Fruit Stand
Henderson's Citrus Fruits
Henry's Citrus Groves, Dr.
Herman's Indian River Fruits
Hia-Tropic Fruits
Hickson, Inc.
Highlands Grove
Hobe Sound Citrus Center
Hodgman, Alton
Hogan, M. R.
Holiday House, Inc.
Hollywood Beach Fruit Shippers
Home Food Shop
Home Fruit Company
Hook, Gus
Hoosier Grove
Horne's Enterprises, Inc.
Howard Preserving Company
Howard's
Howie, George M.
Huck's Market


Location
Leesburg
Orlando
Palm Beach
Lantana
Ft. Lauderdale
St. Augustine
Delray Beach
Stuart
St. Petersburg
Miami Beach
Miami Beach
Miami Beach
Marathon Shores
Miami Beach
Lutz
Miami Beach
Miami Beach
Oak Hill
Ft. Pierce
Clearwater
Vero Beach
Dover
Hollywood
Lutz
Ft. Lauderdale
Miami
Ft. Lauderdale
Delray Beach
Miami Beach
Lutz
Vero Beach
Tavares
Sebring
Lake Worth
Daytona Beach
Ft. Lauderdale
Ft. Lauderdale
Dania
New Smyrna Beach
Sarasota
Miami
Coral Gables
Mims
Winter Haven
Palm Harbor
Plant City
Homestead
Pompano Beach
Coconut Grove
Miami Beach
Ocala
Hobe Sound
Bradenton
Moore Haven
Ft. Lauderdale
Hollywood
Delray Beach
Coral Gables
North Miami
Lutz
Bayard
Little River
Miami
Vero Beach
Bradenton







Dealer Location
Huff's Fruit Stand Murdock
Hull's Indian River Fruits West Palm Beach
Igler, Mathias Ft. Lauderdale
Indian River Fruit Company Indian River City
Indian River Fruit Company Miami
Indian River Fruit Fair Hobe Sound
Indian River Fruit Market St. Augustine
Indian River Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Indian River Grove Titusville
Ingram Groves Cocoa
Ingram's Fruit and Gifts Ft. Pierce
Isbell's Orange Basket Orlando
Italian-American Grocery St. Petersburg
Ivanhoe Lobby Shoppe Miami Beach
Jack's Courtesy Gift Shop Miami Beach
Jack's Fruit Store Daytona Beach
Jack's Health Center West Palm Beach
Jahn's Since 1897 of Florida, Inc. Miami Beach
James Fruit Stand Boca Raton
Jank Fruit Groves Winter Haven
Jans Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Jean's Candy Shoppe Miami Beach
Jennings, W. H. Bushnell
Jil's Fruit Shipper Miami Beach
Johnnie's Produce Company Tampa
Johnny's Market Ft. Myers
John's Sundry Shop Lake Worth
Johnston's Fruit Store Delray Beach
Jones Fruit Market Lutz
Jones Fruit Stand Riviera Beach
Jordan Marsh Company Miami
Jovita Fruits San Antonio
Julia's Sweet Shop Daytona Beach
Jungle Groves Vero Beach
K & C Groves Titusville
K & K Groves Oklawaha
Kap-Kauf, Inc. Miami Beach
Karlin's Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Kathy-Keith Shops Miami Beach
Kemal's Gift Shop Hialeah
Kennedy's Groves Vero Beach
Kennesaw Fruit Store Ft. Lauderdale
King Cole-Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
King's Stand Oklawaha
King's Tropical Fruit Boynton Beach
Kirby's Place Cocoa
Kitts, Louis Treasure Island
Kleins Fruit Shipping Miami Beach
Knollwood Groves, Inc. Palm Beach
Kokos, Charles Miami
Krapp, Ches. & Dorothy North Miami Beach
Kublin Groves Homestead
Land-O-Sun Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Landt's Juice Bar Silver Springs
Lane, Harry Miami Beach
Lazzara's Fruit & Produce Market Tampa
Lee's Gift Shop Miami Beach
Le-Mac Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Lennon's Tropical Shoppe DeLeon Springs
Lentz Groves Jenson Beach
Leon the Fruit Man Orlando
Leonard's Cigar & Sundry Shop Miami Beach
LeRoy's Fruit Stand Lake Worth
Lester's Miami
Lewis Groves Largo
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Libby's Candy Shoppe Salerno
Little Dept. Stores, Inc. Miami
Log Cabin Groves Oak Hill
Lone Pine Tree Grove Seffner
L. S. Fruit Market Pompano
Lucas Fruit Stand Jupiter
McCarthy's Fruit Shippers Ft. Lauderdale
Mlclain's Grove Clearivater
McSweeney Groves Tampa
McVicars, Inc. Orlando
M & M Gift Shop DeLand
Mac's Groves Sharpes
Mack's Orange Bowl Tarpon Springs
Mail Box, The Lauderdale-by-the-Sea
Mar & Ella Gifts Miami Beach
Marblo Grove- Mim,
Marion's Best Fruiit & Gift Shop Belleview
Marions Fruit Shippers Miami
Markley & Co., Inc.. Robert M. Miami Beach
Mattie's Fruit & Juice Bar St. Petersburg
Mattson Fruit Stand Haines City
Mau Mu Gifts, Inc. Hallandale
Maunz, H. E. Miami
Mayaca Grove(v Bessemer Properties, Inc. Canal Point
Mondwood GC ,vc v IlakeV Worth
Megans Fruit Stand Jupiter
Mercurio's Miami
Mercury Motel Gift Shop Miami Beach
Mew, T. D. Pomona Park
Meyer Florist & Fruit Shipper, Joe Miami Beach
Miami Citrus Packin? House Miami
Michaelson Grove Bradenton
Michelson's M:ami Beach
Michigan IFruit lalrket Tamlpa
Miller. C. 1). Crescent (tiy
Milton's Indian River Fruit Co. Palm Beach
Minneola Gift Shop Minneuia
Modern Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Mott Groves Sebring
Mouchett, R. B. Mims
Moundgrove Fruit Company Bunnell
Mueller, Paul G. Merritt Island
Murphy Groves Alva
Neal Farms Market Detray Beach
Neal's Fruit & Gift Shop Pompano Beach
Neisner Brothers, Inc. Miami Beach
Nevel Groves Lutz
Newbern Holmes Tampa
New Florida Fruit Gift Shop Lakeland
Nordman Point Grove New Smyrna Beach
O'Heir Fine Foods, Arthur Maitland
O'Neills Tropical Fruit Shippers Coconut Grove
One Stop Market, Inc. Tampa
Open Air Market Bradenton
Orange Blossom Market Orlando
Orange Bowl, The Island Grove
Orange Front Market Tampa
Orange House. The East Lake Weir
Orange Lake Citrus Shop McIntosh
Orange Mill Dania
Orange Shop, The Citra
Orre, Emil A. (Orre Grove) Nokomis
Osceola Groves Rockledge
Osprey Tropical Fruit Shippers Osprey
Owens Grove Indiantown


Dealer


Location







Dealer Location
Pack's of Florida Allandale
Palm Beach Groves Lake Worth
Palm Beach Stores, Inc. Palm Beach
Palm Produce Market West Palm Beach
Pan American Groves Ft. Lauderdale
Panos, Gus Jacksonville
Pansy's Flowers & Fruit Shipper Miami Beach
Pappy's Citrus Center Palm Harbor
Paradise Farm's Miami
Parakeet Groves Clearwater
Parker's Fruits Miami
Patane's Fruit & Gift Shop Clermont
Pat's Market Miami
Pattishall, Pat & Irene Orlando
Paul's Tropical Shop Avon Park
Pearl's Gifts Miami Beach
Peter Pan Gifts Delray Beach
Pete's Juice Bar Pompano Beach
Petrie's Lauderdale Citrus Co. Ft. Pierce
Phillips Fruit Company Miami
Pick 'n' Pack Fruit Growers Ocala
Pine Acres Farm Perrine-Rockdale
Policicchio Groves Merritt Island
Pool, Charles & Robert Clermont
Pop's Oak Hill Market 301 East Bradenton
Powers of Hollywood Hollywood
Quality Groves Lutz
Race Track Market Tampa
Raymond's Sarasota
Red's Market Orlando
Reid & Reid St. Petersburg
Richmond. Harold S. Maitland
Rickey's Fruit Clermont
Ridge Groves Lake Placid
Ridgewood Groves Boynton Beach
Rimbler, Ben & Zeldo Miami Beach
Rio Groves Jensen Beach
Riviera Candies Coral Gables
Riviera Candy Shop Miami
Robbin's Thirty Acre Grove Grant
Rothman Fruit Shippers Miami
Royal Groves Miami
Rujon, Inc. Miami Beach
Russell, E. L. Dade City
Rye's Gift Shop Ft. Lauderdale
Safari Motel Miami Beach
Sahara Lobby Shop Miami Beach
Samann's Grove Bonita Springs
Sam's Produce Pinellas Park
Sans Souci Fruit Shipper & Gift Shoppe Miami Beach
Santa Lucea Grove Stuart
Santilli Bros. Produce DeLand
Santo, Frank Eagle Lake
Santoro, Gabriel Ft. Pierce
Savoy Health Bar & Gift Shop Miami Beach
Schiro Bros. Produce, Inc. Tampa
Schoenthaler, Marshall E. Winter Haven
Scott Fruit Company Ft. Pierce
Scutti's Fruit Shop Palm Beach
Sea Castle, The Ellenton
Sea-Isle Fruit Shop Miami Beach
Sears-Roebuck & Co. Miami
Sea Shore Gifts Lantana
Seaview Fruit & Gift Shop Surfside
Sea View Hotel Fruit Shop Miami Beach
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Dealer Location
Select Fruit Company Palm Beach
Seminole Fruit Shop West Palm Beach
Sen-More Fruits & Flowers Miami Beach
Service Drug Delray Beach
Settembris Farm Market, Ernie Lake Worth
7-Eleven, Inc., of Florida Hialeah
Shamrock Isle Gift Shop Miami Beach
Sharkey's Pompano Beach
Shelley's Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Shepherd, C. V. Orlando
Shields Grove Lutz
Shuman Groves Orlando
Sieverts, Charles G. St. Cloud
Sigsbee Fruit Shop Key West
Silbert Fruit Shippers Hollywood
Silver Springs Fruit Shop Silver Springs
Silver Springs Groves Citra
Simon Fruit Shop Delray Beach
Simon's Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Singapore Lobby Shoppe Miami Beach
Skyway Fruits & Novelties Tarpon Springs
Skyway's Lobby Shop Miami
Slater, J. L. Largo
Smith's Fruit Estero
Smith, Paul J. Sarasota
Smyth, Ivy Stuart
Solomon Fruit Shipper, Inc. Miami Beach
So-Net Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
South American Souvenirs Miami Beach
Southern Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Southern Palm Farms Dania
Southland Open Air Fruitland Park
Stack's Grove Rockledge
Stanyer's Grove Clearwater
Starkey's Groves Orsino
Steam-Boat Bill's Dania
Sterling Lobby Shop Miami Beach
Steven's Fruit Stand St. Augustine
Steve's Grove St. Petersburg
Stewart's Gifts Ft. Lauderdale
Stone, Forrest B. Maitland
Stuckey's Sarasota
Stuckey's Pecan Shoppe Allendale
Stuckey's Pecan Shoppe Belleview
Stuckey's Pecan Shoppe Callahan
Stuckey's Pecan Shoppe Dania
Stuckey's Pecan Shoppe Lake Wales
Stuckey's Pecan Shoppe White Springs
Stuckey's Pecan Shoppe Winter Park
Stuckey's of Hilliard, Inc. Hilliard
Stuckey's of New Port Richey, Inc. New Port Richey
Stuckey's of Perry, Inc. Perry
Stuckey's of Yulee Yulee
Studio Card & Stationery, Inc. Miami
Sugar and Spice Ft. Lauderdale
Sugar Plum Shoppe, The Winter Park
Summnerfield Nursery Co., Inc. Weirsdale
Sun Glo Groves Sparr
Sun Gold, Inc. Miami Beach
Sunlan Groves Hobe Sound
Sun "n" Ski Gift Fruit Winter Haven
Sunny Isle Fruit Shipper Miami Beach
Sunset Fruit Shipping & Gift Center Miami
Sunshine Fruit Shippers Miami
Supreme Gifts Miami Beach
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Dealer
Sutcliffe's
Swann Grove Company
Swartz Fruit & Gift Shop
Sweeny's Hobby Grove, Joe
Sweet Box, The
Tasty Shoppe
Temple Fruit Shippers
Theldan's
Tillis Groves
Todd's Fruit Shippers
Top Rankin' Groves
Toy Village
Trade Winds Groves
Travelers Palm Shop
Travis Fruit Market, Jack
Treasure Chest, The
Tre-Ripe Products Company
Triangle Fruit Company
Triple 'J' Market
Tropic Treat
Tropical Bazaar
Tropical Fruit Center
Tropical Fruit Company
Tropical Fruit Shop. Inc.
Tropical Fruit Stand
Tropical Gift Mart.
Tropical Treats Fruit Shop
Tropicana Fruit Shippers
Trotter Fruits & Gifts, Ruth
Twin Palms
Tyler Produce Company
U. S. Fruit Shippers
Variety Grove
Vaughn Groves
Venusta Sisters Gift & Novelties
Vera-Falco News & Sundries
Versailles Fruit & Gift Shop
Viele Groves
Wacico Groves of Fort Lauderdale,
Walker's Groves
Walker's Packing House
Wallach, Inc., Mildred
Walsh's Citrus Haven
Ward Groves
Washington Fruit Shippers
Wayside Juice Bar
Wayside Market
Wayside Packing House
Wells, Anna Mae
West Coast Citrus Shippers
White's Better Candies
White's Fresh Made Candies
White Sands Fruit Groves
Wiggins Fruit, S. B.
Williams Fruit Shippers
Williams Grove
Wilson, Inc., Leo H.
Wise Fruit Co.
Wise Fruit Co., C. S.
Woolf's Fruit Shippers
Wright, W. B.
Yeasel Products, H. E.
Ziegler's Fruit Market


Location
Miami Beach
Tampa
Brooksville
Lutz
Coral Gables
Coral Gables
Lake Worth
Palm Beach
Vero Beach
Coral Gables
Merritt Island
Oakland Park
West Palm Beach
Estero
Palmetto
Miami
Punta Gorda
Largo
Bradenton
Coral Gables
Sarasota
St. Augustine
Jacksonville
Palm Beach
Miami
Miami Beach
Delray Beach
Miami Beach
Hollywood Beach
Punta Gorda
Jacksonville
Miami
Lutz
Umatilla
Hialeah
Ft. Lauderdale
Miami Beach
Ft. Lauderdale
Inc. Ft. Lauderdale
Vero Beach
Daytona Beach
Miami Beach
St. Petersburg
Oviedo
Miami Beach
Pompano Beach
Homosassa
Mt. Dora
Hollywood
Sarasota
Miami Beach
Miami Beach
Ft. Pierce
Palm Harbor
Miami Beach
Hobe Sound
Bradenton
Sarasota
West Palm Beach
Miami Beach
Bradenton
St. Cloud
Edgewater








Express Shippers who filed Performance Bond to
advertise "As Bonded Shippers or Bonded Dealer."
Sec. 601.641-Citrus Code: X Denotes shippers
requesting certificates as provided by F.C.C.-
Regulation No. 31, Sec. 3 issued to these Dealers.


Name Location
X A. A. Fruit Packers Ft. Lauderdale
X Allen's Fruit Shippers Hollywood
Aneglo's Tropical Fruit Store North Miami
Apex Fruit Company Lutz
X B's Fruit and Gifts Thonotosassa
X Bagdad Gifts, Inc. Miami Beach
X Balee's Fruit Shippers Lauderdale-by-the-Sea
Bel-Aire Fruit Company, Inc. Miami
X Bell, Fred Indian River City
X Benson Groves Orlando
X Bettes Fruit Basket St. Augustine
X Bilgore & Co., Inc., David Clearwater
Biscayne Groves Miami
Boca Fruit Shippers Boca Raton
X Boulevard Gift & Fruit Shippers Ft. Lauderdale
X Broward Fruit Company Ft. Lauderdale
Brown's Clewiston
X Burt & Jewel's Place Cocoa
X Candy Counter, The Orlando
X Carey's Miami
X Carl's Fruit Stand Thonotosassa
Colbert Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
X Cove Fruit Shippers Deerfield Beach
X DeAnn Candies Lake Worth
Doctor's Choice, Inc. Miami
X Dorn Fruit & Vegetable Company, Inc. South Miami
Dupree, Earl Miami Beach
Eldridge Groves Stores Clearwater
X Faust Miami Beach
X Flora-Dale Fruit Shippers Ft. Lauderdale
X Flossanna Groves DeLand
Floyd's Fruit Company Miami
X Frank's Fruit Shoppe Belleview
X Fruit Bowl, The Naples
Fruit Circus Miami
X Gift Fair Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
X Gladewood Junior Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Gordy Groves, Gordy, Inc. Ft. Pierce
X Growers Fruit Shipping of Miami Miami
X Gulf Stream Fruit Company Ft. Lauderdale
X Hammock Groves Tavares
X Harrells Candy Kitchen, Inc. Sarasota
X Holiday House, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale
Horner, Fruit Company, Jack (Not Inc.) DeLand
House's Groves Melbourne
X Howard's Miami
X Igler, Mathias Ft. Lauderdale
Indian River Fruit Company Miami
Indian River Fruit Fair Hobe Sound
Indian River Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
X Ingram Groves Cocoa
X Invanhoe Lobby Shoppe Miami Beach
Jack's Courtesy Gift Shop Miami
X Jans Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Johnson, Floyd Ft. Pierce








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Karlin's Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Kennesaw Fruit Store Ft. Lauderdale
Key Groves Ft. Lauderdale
King's Stand Oklawaha
King's Tropical Fruit Boynton Beach
Land-O-Sun Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Le-Mac Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Lester's Miami
Loveland Groves, Inc. Edgewater
Mariana Growers, Inc. Ft. Myers
McSurley, H. M. Ft. Pierce
Meyer, Florist & Fruit Shipper, Joe Miami Beach
Minton. W. I. New Smyrna Beach
Nanna's Grove Ft. Pierce
O'Neills Tropical Fruit Shippers Coconut Grove
Orange Mill Dania
Pace, Carl A. Inverness
Palm Gardens, Inc. Largo
Pete's Juice Bar Pompano Beach
Petrie's Lauderdale Citrus Company Ft. Pierce
Pine Acres Farm Perrine-Rockdale
Port Fruit & Juices Ft. Lauderdale
Pulitzer Groves Ft. Pierce
Royal Groves Miami
Rujon, Inc. Miami Beach
Russell's Fruit Juice Co., Inc. Miami
Sea View Hotel Fruit Shop Miami Beach
Silbert Fruit Shippers Hollywood
Skyway Gift Shop Clearwater
Snyder Citrus House DeLand
So-Net Fruit Shippers Miami
Southern Palm Farms Dania
Spyke, & Son, H. L. Ft. Lauderdale
Stuckey's Pecan Shoppe Lake Wales
Studio Card & Stationery, Inc. Miami
Sun Gold, Inc. Miami Beach
Sunripe Fruit Shippers Miami
Supreme Gifts Miami Beach
Sutcliffe's Miami Beach
Tamiami Fruit & Produce Market Bradenton
Todd's Fruit Shippers Coral Gables
Trade Winds Groves West Palm Beach
Travelers Palm Shop Estero
Tropical Blossom Fruit Shippers Edgewater
Tropical Fruit Shippers Sarasota
Tropicana Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Tropical Fruit Shop, Inc. Palm Beach
Tropical Gift Mart Miami Beach
Underdown Groves Melbourne
Vachon, Groves. A. Ft. Pierce
Waverly Growers Cooperative Waverly
Webb, Jr., Cal DeLand
Wellman. Walter K. Weirsdale
White's Better Candies Miami Beach
Williams Fruit Shipper Miami Beach
Wise Fruit Company Sarasota
Yarbrough Fruit Shippers Ft. Pierce
Zephyr Fruit Company Zephyrhills


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Licensed and Registered Fresh Fruit Shippers:


Shipper
Abshier Packing Co.
Adams Packing Ass'n., Inc.
Alexander & Baird Co.
Alexander & Baird Co.
Albritton, K. B. Fruit Co.
Alturas Citrus Fruit Co.
Alturas Packing Co., Inc.
American National Growers Corp.
Apopka Fruit Co.
Arnall, Frank E.
Arvida Fruit Co.
Austin, W. F. & Sons Trust
Babijuice Corp. of Florida
Barfield Groves
Barnett Associates, Inc.
Battaglia Fruit Co.
B & B Packing House
Bell Fruit Co., Inc.
Belleview Groves Packing Co.
Bilgore, David & Co., Inc.
Bledsoe. W. G.
Bourn, W. D. Packing Co.
Boyer Packing Co.
Brooksville Citrus Growers Ass'n.
Bryan Groves Packing Co.
Certi-Fine Fruit Co.
Chase & Company
Chase & Company
Chase Groves, Inc.
Citrapak Corp.
Clark, W. H. Fruit Co.
Close, George H., Inc.
Clearwater Growers Ass'n.
Coachman, S. S. & Sons, Inc.
Consolidated Naval Stores
Crosby, Ralph
Crosby-Wartmann Packing Co., Inc.
Deerfield Groves Co.
Deerfield Groves Co.
Diamond Fruit Co.
DiGiorgio Fruit Corp.
Dundee Citrus Growers Ass'n.
Egan-Fickett & Co., Inc.
Elfers Citrus Growers Ass'n.
Eustis Fruit Co., Inc.
Ferris Groves
Florence Citrus Growers Ass'n.
Floridan Citrus Corp.
Florida Orange Packers
Frostproof Packers, Inc.
Ft. Pierce Growers Ass'n.
Grand Island Citrus Coop., Inc.
Graves Brothers Co.
Griffin, Ben Hill, Inc.
Groveland Fruit Co., Inc.
Grove Fruit Packing Co., Inc.
Grove Supply Co.
Growers Marketing Service, Inc.
Growers Marketing Service, Inc.
G & S Packing Co., Inc.
Haines City Citrus Growers Ass'n.
Haffield Fruit Co., Inc.
Hardee Packing Co., Inc.


Location
Belleview
Auburndale
DeLand
Pierson
Bee Ridge
Alturas
Conshal
Clermont
Apopka
Umatilla
Ft. Pierce
Umatilla
Fairvilla
Polk City
Plant City
Winter Garden
Eustis
Brooksville
Belleview
Clearwater
San Mateo
Ft. Pierce
Lady Lake
Brooksville
Umatilla
Ocoee
Lake Como
Sanford
Isleworth
Fairvilla
Jacksonville
Indrio
Clearwater
Clearwater
Lake Placid
San Mateo
Citra
Ft. Pierce
Wabasso
Winter Haven
Ft. Pierce
Dundee
Confer
Elfers
Eustis
Floral City
Florence Villa
Florence Villa
Weirsdale
Ft. Pierce
Ft. Pierce
Confer
Wabasso
Frostproof
Groveland
Groveland
Vero Beach
Leesburg
Plant City
Weirsdale
Haines City
Vero Beach
Wauchula









Harvey Groves Cocoa
Heidrich, Herman J. & Sons, Lockhart
Heller Brothers Packing Co. Winter Garden
Herlong, A. S. & Company Leesburg
Highlands Packing Co. Eaton Park
Hillsborough Packing Co. Produce
Hogan & Sons Vero Beach
Holly Hill Fruit Products, Inc. Davenport
Houlberg, J. K. & Sons Umatilla
Huff, 0. D., Jr. Groves, Inc. McIntosh
Hunt Brothers Cooperative Highland Park
Ida, Joseph Mt. Dora
Indian Lake Fruit Co. Ocoee
Indian River Associates, Inc. Vero Beach
Indian River City Packing House Indian River City
Indian River Exchange Packers, Inc. Vero Beach
Indian River Growers Service, Inc. Vero Beach
Indian River Packing Company Vero Beach
Keen Fruit Corporation Frostproof
Kenney Packing Co., Inc. Orlando
Killarney Fruit Company Killarney
Kirkland Fruit Company Weirsdale
Kissimmee Fruit Company Kissimmee
Knight, Luke M. Fruit Company Vero Beach
Knowles & Company Leesburg
Ladd Packing Company San Mateo
Lake Alfred Packing Co. Lake Alfred
Lake Charm Fruit Co. Oviedo
Lake Fruit Company, Inc. Ocoee
Lake County Citrus Sales, Inc. Leesburg
Lake Garfield Citrus Coop. Lake Garfield
Lake Hamilton Cooperative, Inc. Lake Hamilton
Lakeland Highland Cooperative Ass'n. Highland City
Lakeland Packing Company, Inc. Lakeland
Lake Region Packing Ass'n. Tavares
Lake Shipp Fruit Company Winter Haven
Lake Wales Citrus Growers Ass'n. Lake Wales
Leesburg Fruit Co., Inc. Fruitland Park
Livingston Fruit Company Eustis
Loxahatchee Groves Loxahatchee
McBride Packing Company Seville
McCall Fruit Company, Inc. Orlando
McLeod Fruit Company Citra
Manatee Fruit Company Palmetto
Marion County Citrus Company Weirsdale
Mid-Florida Citrus Cooperative Forest City
Milam Packing House Leesburg
Mims Citrus Growers Ass'n. Mims
Minute Maid Corp. Fairvilla
Minute Maid Corp. Winter Park
Monroe Packing Company San Mateo
Mount Dora Growers Cooperative Mt. Dora
Murray's, Inc. Oak Hill
Nelson & Company Oviedo
Nevins Fruit Co.. Inc. Mims
Nevins-Ideal, Inc. Ft. Pierce
Newbern Groves, Inc. Lutz
Oak Hill Citrus Growers Ass'n. Oak Hill
Oklawaha Nurseries, Inc. Lake Jem
Orange Fruit Company Maitland
Orlando Citrus Growers Ass'n. Orlando
Osceola Fruit Distributors Kissimmee
Oslo Citrus Growers Ass'n. Oslo
Padgett, J. L., Inc. Crescent City
Palm Harbor Citrus Growers Ass'n. Palm Harbor


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Patrick Fruit Corporation Sanford
Peace River Packing Co. Ft. Meade
Peoples Packing Company, Inc. Lakeland
Perkel Fruit Distributors, Inc. DeLand
Pipping Packing Co., Inc. Winter Haven
Plymouth Citrus Growers Ass'n. Plymouth
Riviera Groves & Packing House Riviera Beach
Roe, Wm. G. & Sons Winter Haven
Roper Growers Cooperative Winter Garden
Sanford Fruit Company Sanford
Sebring Packing Co., Inc. Sebring
Seville Fruit & Produce Co. Seville
Skinner, F. L. Dunedin
Sligh, S. J. & Co. Orlando
Smith. LeRoy E. & Sons Gifford
Smith. Walter A. Winter Haven
Snively Groves, Inc. Winter Haven
Snyder Citrus House DeLand
Snyder-Mew Company Crescent City
Sorrells Brothers Packing Co., Inc. Arcadia
South Lake Apopka Citrus Growers Ass'n. Tildenville
Southward Fruit Company Sanford
Spada Fruit Sales Agency, Inc. Thonotosassa
Square Deal Fruit Company Maitland
Star Fruit Company Lake Alfred
Stewart Packing Cooperative Auburndale
Strawn, Theodore, Inc. DeLeon Springs
Sullivan Packing Co. Cocoa
Sun Charm Ranch, Inc. Vero Beach
Sunny South Packing Co. Arcadia
Taylor, John S. Co. Largo
Taylor, Ray Winter Haven
Tracy Fruit Company Kissimmee
Tracy Fruit Company Winter Haven
Turner Fruit Company Ocala
Tuxedo Fruit Co., Inc. Ft. Pierce
Umatilla Citrus Growers Ass'n. Umatilla
Vero-Indian River Producers Ass'n. Vero Beach
Victory Groves Rockledge, Inc. Rockledge
Walter Holding Company Tampa
Warren Fruit Company Lutz
Waverly Growers Cooperative Waverly
Weirsdale Packing Company Weirsdale
West Robinson Fruit Company Orlando
Winter Garden Citrus Growers Ass'n. Winter Garden
Winter Haven Citrus Growers Ass'n. Winter Haven
Wray, Floyd L. Ft. Lauderdale
Zellwood Fruit Iistributors, Inc. Zellwood


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Shipper