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Title: Annual report
Alternate Title: Annual report of the Division of Fruit and Vegetable Inspection
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Division of Fruit & Vegetable Inspection
Florida -- Dept. of Agriculture
Publisher: The Division
Place of Publication: Winter Haven Fla
Creation Date: 1976
Publication Date: 1962-
Frequency: annual
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Statement of Responsibility: Division of Fruit & Vegetable Inspection.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 1961/1962 season-
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Table of Contents
    Cover
        Cover
    Front Matter
        Front Matter
    Title Page
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    Index
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    Letter of transmittal
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    Report of bureau of vegetable inspection
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Due to increasing cost of printing and postage, we find it
necessary to purge our mailing list for the 1977-78 Annual
Report We regret this necessity and appreciate your
cooperation in this request.

Please fill in the following and return to Citrus and
Vegetable Inspection Division, Fiscal Section, P.O. Box
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Name

Address


Zip







STATE OF FLORIDA


Florida Department
of
Agriculture
& Consumer Services


DOYLE


CONNER


Commissioner of Agriculture
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA


This public document was promulgated at an annual cost of
$1,908.00, or $1.91 per copy, to furnish statistical
information for the citrus industry, educational institutions
and all interested parties.

















STATE OF FLORIDA


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
AND CONSUMER SERVICES
DOYLE CONNER, COMMISSIONER


DIVISION OF FRUIT AND

VEGETABLE INSPECTION


WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA 33880



H. M. RILEY, Director
NOVELL HALL, Assistant Director
DR. G. F. WESTBROOK, Chief
Bureau of Technical Control

C. E. KNIGHT, Chief
Bureau of Citrus Inspection
J. B. WHITESIDES, Chief
Bureau of Processing Plant Inspection
and Fumigation

P. J. DOBBS, Chief
Bureau of Vegetable Inspection
W. F. HASLEY, Chief
Bureau of Citrus Bond & License
J. R. WILLINGHAM
Administrator, Statistical Section
A. W. WILLITS, Fiscal Officer
W. B. PENT, Personnel Officer
R. A. CHASTAIN, Chief Counsel




U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
C. B. BRANTLEY, Federal Supervisor
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables

LAMAR ENGLISH, Federal Superviscr
Processed Foods Inspection U.S.D.A.








INDEX


Arsenic Spray Law Enforcement ......... ....... ... 55

Canning Plant Inspection, by Months . . . . . . . 8

Canning Plant Inspection, by Seasons . . . . . . . .. 9

Canning Plants (Names & Locations) . . . . . ..... 58, 59

Canning Plants-Total Pack . . . . . . . 11 thru 16

Certified Fresh Fruit Shipments by Shippers . . ... 18 thru 26

Certified Fresh Lemon Shipments by Shippers .......... 34

Container Analysis by Areas and Statewide ........... 33, 34

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


Export:

Fresh Citrus Fruit Shipments

from Florida Ports ....... ................

Fresh Citrus Fruit Shipments

to Various Foreign Countries ..............

Florida Canner's Association Reports ...........

Grade Analysis by Areas and Statewide ..........
Letter of Transmittal... . . . . .....

Licensed Fruit Dealers . . . . . . .

Report of the Bureau of Citrus Inspection . . . .
Report of the Bureau of Citrus License and Bond . .

Report of the Bureau of Processing Plant

Inspection and Fumigation ....... . . . . .

Report of the Bureau of Technical Control . . . .

Report of the Bureau of Vegetable Inspection . . .

Road Guard Passing Report . . . . . . . . ..

Shipments of Grapefruit, Oranges and Tangerines:

By Counties, By Months ..... . . . . . . ....
By Counties, For Season ..................

By Seasons ... ... .... ........ ...... .. .

By Type of Fruit, By Destination
By Areas and Statewide . . . . . . . ...

Interstate, Intrastate and Export . . . . . . .

Transportation and Destination

By Areas and Statewide . . . . . . . ...

Size Analysis by Areas and Statewide . . . . . .

Summary of Shipments by Seasons ............
Vegetables, Nuts, Avocados & Melons . . . . ...

Weekly Fruit Analysis Report . . . .


...... 37


. . .. 37
S11 thru 16

S41,42,43

. . . 4
S62 thru 93

. . . 6
. . 60, 61


. . . 6

S55, 56, 57

. . . 5

S50 thru 54


S27 thru 31

. . .. 32

.. .. . 17


. 38,39,40

. . 35, 36


S47,48,49

S44, 45, 46

. . . . 17


. . . 10






LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL


September 1, 1977




Honorable Doyle Conner
Commissioner of Agriculture
The Capitol
Tallahassee, Florida 32304

Sir:

It is my honor to submit the annual report of the Division
of Fruit and Vegetable Inspection for the 1976-77 season.

The freeze we had in January was one of the most severe
freezes that Florida has had in the past fifty years. Every
segment of the state had low temperatures for long
durations of time. Citrus was severely damaged and in most
cases vegetables were a total loss. The freeze gave the
inspection service the greatest challenge we have ever had.

I am happy to report that, even with the difficult problems
we had, I feel that we rendered the industry an outstanding
service. This was made possible by hard work on the part of
the employees of this Division and 100% cooperation from
every segment of the industry.

Respectfully,






H. M. Riley, Director
DIVISION OF FRUIT AND
VEGETABLE INSPECTION







REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF VEGETABLE INSPECTION
The Bureau of Vegetable Inspection inspects and certifies approxi-
mately thirty different commodities. About 65 percent of total in-
spections are made under Federal Marketing agreements. Commodi-
ties covered under these agreements are peanuts (which are under
the Federal Price Support Program), tomatoes, limes, and avocados.
In a year wrought by a severe January freeze and early summer
drought, the sturdy vegetable grower has overcome problem after
problem to keep a constant flow of Florida vegetables to the na-
tion's consumers.
At a time when this country is so concerned with energy short-
ages, the growers of this state should feel a great satisfaction in their
accomplishments in helping to supply the most necessary source of
energy-"Food."
The Vegetable Bureau is indeed proud of the growers as well as its
dedicated employees.


CERTIFIED VEGETABLES, NUTS, AVOCADOS & MELONS
(Reported by Vegetable Bureau)
Carlot Equivalents-Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1977

Type Number Equiv.
Commodity Container Packages Carlots


Avocados..................
Beans.........................
Boniata .....................
Cabbage....................
Cabbage ....................
Calabazas...................
Carrots......................
Cauliflower ..............
Celery .........................
Chinese Cabbage.........
Corn ............ ..........
Cucumbers.................
Eggplant ..................
Endive ......................
Lettuce .......................
Limes........................
Malangas....................
Nectarines.................
Onions.......................
Parsley......................
Peaches ....................
Peanuts:
Shelled.....................
In-Shell...................
F.S.-Commercial ....
F.S.-Loan ............
F.S.-Regrades .........
F.S.-Outgrades .......
Peppers .......................
Plantains ...................

Potatoes.....................
Radishes ..................
Squash .....................
Sweet Potatoes...........
Tomatoes....................

Watermelons ...............


Bushels ............
Bushels ............
100 Lb. Bags.......
Crates .................
Bags .................
100 Lb. Bags.......
Bushels ............
Bushels ............
Crates ...............
Bushels .............
Crates ...............
Bushels ............
Bushels...............
Bushels ...............
Bushels ............
Bushels ............
100 Lb. Bags.......
Bushels .............
Bushels .............
Bushels .............
Bushels...............

Pounds..............
Pounds..............
Tons ..................
Tons ..................
Tons .................
Tons ................
Bushels ............
40 Lb.
Containers .......
100 Lb. Bags.......
Bushels ............
Bushels ...............
100 Lb. Bags.......
30 Lb.
Containers .......
M elons ................


817,731
5,105
450
665,934
167,154
1,620
208,100
6,620
967,540
102,781
801,713
286,849
2,140
160
134,794
650,095
2,900
19,580
20
1,098
81,161


136,015,653
2,732,500
65,120.66
3,345.07
17,732.92
2,704.38
47,667

732
1,610,215
66,614
3,609
45,359

21,848,562
22,561


1,248
7
2
1,090
243
6
312
8
1,415
146
1,066
390
2

163
993
11
32


135

2,697
68
5,426
278
1,478
226
62

1
3,261
105
4
153

17,776
9







REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF
CITRUS INSPECTION
Season 1976-77

The Bureau of Citrus Inspection is responsible for inspecting and
certifying all citrus fruit to be shipped in fresh form. Certification
requires that fruit meet all applicable Federal and State Standards
and State of Florida Citrus Fruit Laws as well as Department of
Citrus Rules and U.S.D.A. Growers Administrative Committee
Regulations.
During the 1976-77 Citrus fruit season (August 1 through
July 31), 58 million 4/5 bushel boxes of citrus fruit were
processed and shipped in fresh form from packinghouses
throughout the state. Total shipments were down approximately
23 percent from the previous season, due primarily to the
serious freeze which occurred in January.
Over 750,000 1-3/5 bushel boxes of citrus fruit were des-
troyed by inspectors of the Division of Fruit & Vegetable
Inspection as unfit for human consumption (*or diverted to
resources such as cattle feed).
The Road Guard Service cooperates fully with the bureau by
checking truck passing of fruit and vegetables as to proper
certificates and load manifests. In cooperation with the Depart-
ment of Citrus, the bureau makes regular inspections of all gift
fruit shipments and all citrus roadside stands. Although a por-
tion of the cost of this program is underwritten by the Depart-
ment of Citrus, the responsibility is charged to the Citrus
Bureau. The program has resulted in a vast improvement in the
quality of fruit handled by these sources. Over 30,000 such
inspections were made during the shipping season.

REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF
PROCESSING PLANT INSPECTION
AND FUMIGATION
Season 1976-77

The Bureau of Processing Plant Inspection and Fumigation has
the responsibility for the inspection and certification of all fresh
citrus for processing, and the fumigation and certification of all
citrus for export to Japan. This past season more than 7,000 trailer
loads of citrus were fumigated in the two fumigation stations
located in Winter Haven and Fort Pierce for a total of 7,030,876 4/5
bushel cartons. This was an increase of approximately 1,400,000
cartons over the previous season. Fumigation is carried out over a
twenty-four hour period using twenty trained department personnel
during the peak periods.
This past season 88% of all citrus was inspected and certified by
trained field personnel of processing plants statewide. This inspec-
tion is made initially for conditions to prevent the processing of
unwholesome or decayed fruit, and then for maturity and internal
quality. The internal quality analysis is used by processors for
blending purposes as well as for determining the value of the load to
the grower. This past season some 496,000 load evaluations were
made by trained personnel under this Bureau. This represents an
increase of 42,000 over the past season. This Bureau works closely
with the Bureau of Technical Control to assure that the equipment
used in the extraction and testing process as well as the sampling
system is maintained in a satisfactory condition to assure accuracy
as well as uniformity.
An additional responsibility of this Bureau is monitoring the
staffing of all Fresh Fruit Packing Houses and Processing Plants
statewide. Staffing is based on man hours per box at packing houses
and man hours per load at processing plants. Weekly tabulations are
made for each packing house and processing plant showing the order
of effectiveness. An annual report listing each packing house and
processing plant in order of effectiveness is given to appropriate
personnel for each packing house or processing plant. A substantial
reduction in personnel has been accomplished by using this system
of monitoring.





DISPOSITION OF FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, ORANGES, TANGELOS AND TANGERINES
AUGUST 1, 1976 THROUGH JULY 31, 1977
(These Figures based in Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)
CERTIFIED FRUIT SHIPMENTS *** Crop
** Estimate
INTRASTATE Interstate E
East of West of Cannery Total by Crop Year
INTERSTATE Suwannee Suwannee *Export Totals Commercial Certified Products (Totals)
Type of Fruit Boxes % Boxes % Boxes % Boxes % Boxes % Boxes % Boxes % Boxes Boxes
Grapefruit
Seeded 23,911 1 7,115 31,026 1 8,650,446 99 8,681,472 348 9,100
Pink Seeded 7,526 2 385 7,911 2 386,451 98 394,362 .16
Seedless 5,700,326 20 265,434 1 436 3,345,756 11 9,311,952 32 20,096,547 68 29,408,499 11.78 29,900,000
Pink Seedless 4,988.478 41 215,475 2 1,056 913,182 8 6.118,191 51 5,975,010 49 12,093,201 4.85 12,500,000
Totals 10,720.241 21 488,409 1 1,492 4,258,938 9 15,469,080 31 35,108,454 69 50,577.534 20.27 51,500,000
Tangelos 2,057,464 45 58,430 1 389 2,025 2,118,308 46 2.505,289 54 4.623,597 1 85 4,800,000
K-Early 412,311 74 8,336 1 575 421,222 75 137,862 25 559,084 22 580,000
Oranges
Early 2,876,579 83,622 1,151 134,381 3,095,733
MdNavel 1,355 615 14 , 5 811,487,969 95 117.926,967 4725 418 118,800,000
Temple 939,769 47,457 J 101 ) 3,901 ) 991,228 J
Late 1,989,762 2 248,732 1 1,462 45,026 2,284,982 3 69,115,323 97 71,400.305 28.61 71,800,000
Totals 10,472,152 5 593,818 5,420 192,120 1 11,263,510 6 183,246,443 94 194,509,953 77.93 418 195,980,000
Honey Tangerines 270,316 21 17,297 1 73 2.975 290,661 22 1.006,679 78 1,297,340 .52 1,350,000
Tangerines 2,158,339 67 56,386 2 607 6,627 2,221,959 69 983,328 31 3,205,287 1.28 3,300,000
Totals 2,428,655 54 73,683 2 680 9,602 2,512,620 56 1,990,007 44 4,502,627 1.80 4,650,000
TOTALS (All) 23,621,048 9 1,155,910 1 7,592 4,460,660 2 29,245,210 12 220,344,904 88 249,590,114 100.00 418 252,130,000
*Certified Commercial and Government Export Shipments.
**Included in Certified Fresh Fruit Shipments.
***Figures from Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting Service Estimates include non-commercial and express shipments which are not certified.
xxxx includes 3,800,000 Temples.





CERTIFIED CITRUS FRUIT FOR USE AT CANNING AND CONCENTRATING PLANTS
Season: August 1, 1976 July 31, 1977 (in Terms of 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes)

Total
Month Year Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines *Other Fresh Fruit Products


August
September
October
November
December
January
February
March
m April
May
June
July


19 76 . . . . . . . . .
19 76 . . . . . . . .
19 76 . . . . . . . . .
19 76 . . . . . . . . .
19 76 . . . . . . . . .
19 77 . . . . . . . . .
19 77 . . . . . . . . .
19 77 . . . . . . . . .
19 77 . . . . . . . . .
19 77 . . . . . . . . .
19 77 . . . . . . . . .
1977 . . . . . . . . .


5,166
55,364
1,029,489
2,069,322
2,321,291
2,860,342
3,914,470
10,497,213
7,939,314
3,410,814
879,312
129,938


87,523
23,264
658,418
3,255,236
20,471,101
37,730,003
39,240,716
26,594,764
24,115,589
18,509,943
10,813,768
1,609,004


28,862
75,073
479,391
333,333
104,315
20,805
3,786
229


111,355
313,738
399,994
329,704
369,438
402,364
42,704
14,643
5,453
614


121,551
153,701
2,278,653
5,971,629
23,296,701
40,940,854
43,528,410
37,494,570
32,097,607
21,935,400
11,698,533
1,739,556


11,826,207
19,096,715
21,218,923
19,833,974
33,867,760
49,026,343
44,569,693
41,226,552
37,487,173
29,164,414
22,364,243
11,699,646


STATEWIDE TOTALS ........... ... . 35,112,035 183,109,329 1,990,007 1,045,794 221,257,165 341,381,643

LESS BOXES DIVERTED .............. 3,581 748 4,329

TOTAL BOXES UTILIZED ............ 35,108,454 183,108,581 221,252,836

*Other: K-Early 137,862; King Oranges 3,536; Lee 50,217; Lemons 784,230; Osceola 2,676; Page 55,728; Satsumas 8,272; Sour Oranges 3,273.





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 TOther Total

**1962-1963 ................ ............... 16,133,940 62,725,790 400,032 13,958 79,273,720
t1963-1964 ........................................ 11,817,312 45,385,461 1,132,849 35,271 58,370,893
tt1964-1965 .................... ........... . 16,283,174 69,648,568 1,169,255 18,374 87,119,371
1965-1966 ............. ........................... 20,027,810 82,972,305 869,488 11,780 103,881,383
1966-1967 ............ ............................. 26,697,665 124,250,589 1,067,510 25,580 152,041,344
1967-1968 .......................................... 18,557,423 85,514,981 665,907 315,712 105,054,023
ttt1968-1969 ............. ........................... 26,267,992 120,207,786 1,073,001 593,083 148,141,862
1969-1970 ............. ........................... 23,329,125 128,577,603 617,535 810,287 153,334,550
tttt1970-1971 ..... ....... ..................... ..... 28,030,250 132,743,158 1,038,557 909,134 162,721,099
1971-1972 ............ ............................ 30,031,212 130,646,685 1,853,944 844,755 163,376,596
1972-1973 ............ ............................. 28,336,558 158,829,153 1,329,267 1,269,111 189,764,089
1973-1974 ............. ........................... 29,425,512 162,995,467 1,484,086 1,185,485 195,090,550
1974-1975 ............. ........................... 25,884,169 165,783,337 1,524,093 1,136,628 194,328,227
1975-1976 .......................................... 28,724,501 175,932,387 1,766,919 981,839 207,405,646
1976-1977 ................. .................. 35,112,035 183,109,329 1,990,007 1,045,794 221,257,165


*Includes 1,705 boxes grapefruit and 62,301 boxes oranges imported from Mexico; and 67 boxes grapefruit and
745 boxes oranges imported from Haiti.
tlncludes 312,454 boxes oranges imported from Puerto Rico, Haiti, Mexico or Dominican Republic.
ttlncludes 3,803 boxes oranges imported from Haiti.
tttlncludes 82,902 boxes oranges from Texas.
tttt Includes 534 boxes grapefruit and 45,274 boxes oranges from Texas.
$ Includes Clementines, K-Early, King Oranges, Lee, Lemons, Page, Ponkans, Satsumas, Sour Oranges, Osceola,
Tangilimes, and Tangeronas.








DIVISION OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLE INSPECTION
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
AND CONSUMER SERVICES
and
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
COOPERATING
WINTER HAVEN, FLORIDA

Average acid, solids, and juice content, by week, of grapefruit and oranges received at
processing plants for 1976-77 season. Samples taken from composite sizes and represent all
varieties. Oranges include all fruit used in orange products.


Date Rec'd
Week ending


GRAPEFRUIT


ORANGES


% Lb % Lb.
1,000 % Total Juice/ 1,000 % Total Juice/
Boxes Acid Solids Box Boxes Acid Solids Box


Oct. 17 204 1.19 8.91 37.25
Oct 24 277 1.21 9.11 37.62 285 .86 9.84 42.36
Oct. 31 415 1.24 9.30 37.82 427 .85 10.10 42.61
Nov. 7 437 1.27 9.42 38.21 506 .87 10.24 43.87
Nov. 14 518 1.28 9.56 38 11 691 .90 10.41 44.33
Nov. 21 497 1 28 9.60 38.28 1,075 .87 10.48 4419
Nov. 28 354 1 28 9.63 38.25 820 .85 1064 44.28
Dec. 5 465 1.28 9.69 38.32 1,746 .83 10.81 4435
Dec. 12 637 1.27 9.68 38.40 4,069 .84 10.96 44.25
Dec. 19 561 1.28 9.87 38.74 5,468 .81 11 10 44.22
Dec. 26 318 1.24 9.78 38.71 4,606 .81 11.32 44.45
Jan. 2 537 1.29 9.89 38.52 5,975 .82 11.54 44.37
Jan. 9 682 1.28 9.95 38.77 7,067 .83 11.74 43.98
Jan 16 759 1.26 9.79 3881 8,246 .83 11.87 44.49
Jan. 23 688 1.27 9.93 38.35 8,461 .82 12.04 43 76
Jan.30 533 1.30 10.03 37.29 11,500 .78 12.15 40.60
Feb. 6 529 1.22 1000 3713 11,034 .74 12.32 38.64
Feb. 13 902 1.16 9.81 36.75 10,643 .71 12.46 36.86
Feb. 20 1,064 1.17 9.90 36.27 10,329 71 12.59 35.88
Feb. 27 1,136 1.15 9.95 36.28 8,293 .72 12.72 35.22
Mar 6 1,729 1 14 9.88 3585 7,407 74 12.81 34.28
Mar 13 2,144 1.13 9.78 35.69 5,602 80 12.76 34.50
Mar. 20 2,688 1.12 9.80 35.55 5,638 .84 12.50 3495
Mar. 27 2,578 1 11 9.67 35.60 5,236 .90 12.18 36.11
Apr. 3 2,344 1.09 9.60 35.79 5,943 .91 12.04 36.78
Apr. 10 2,187 1.06 9.57 35.90 5,471 .90 12.11 37.35
Apr. 17 1,878 1.06 9.52 36.22 5,473 .89 1207 38.45
Apr. 24 1,775 1.04 9.56 36.23 5,765 .89 12.22 38.95
May 1 1,423 1.05 9.66 36.37 5.416 .88 12.34 39.00
May 8 1,025 1.03 9.63 36.50 4,695 .86 12.37 3927
May 15 951 1.03 9.61 36.46 4,167 .84 12.44 39.03
May 22 841 .99 9.63 36.57 4,737 .81 12.48 39.69
May 29 510 .96 9.62 36.64 3,884 .80 12.55 39.80
June 5 293 .95 9.72 37.34 3,221 .78 12.56 39.09
June 12 258 .90 9.67 37.96 3,194 .74 12.42 39.06
June 19 221 .84 9.43 36.92 2,760 .69 12.38 39.13
June 26 118 .81 9.44 37.69 1,945 66 12.35 39.21
July 3 117 .80 964 36.97 1,194 .62 12.38 40.36


Weighted Averages:
1976-77 1.13 9.70 36.60 .80 12.15 39.39
1975-76 1.22 10.22 39.69 .83 11.95 47.75
1974-75 1.28 10.30 39.14 .86 12.48 46.59
1973-74 1.22 10.13 40.69 84 1214 47.39
1972-73 1 28 10.55 39.80 .87 12.62 46.97
1971-72 1 19 9.81 40.73 .79 11.79 48.20
1970-71 1.32 10.38 39.24 .85 11 99 44.29
1969-70 1.24 9.82 39.27 83 11.79 45.86
1968-69 1.23 9.83 37.95 82 11.67 41.78
1967-68 1.46 10.83 38.58 .88 1210 48.41





*FLORIDA PRODUCTION OF CANNED CITRUS SEASON OF 1976-77

Sw. Grf. Unsw. Grf. Broken Citrus Orange Tang. Tang.
Size Sections Sections Sections Salad Sections Juice Blends

24/2's .. ............................ -.
404/700 ............................... 314,912 11,179 43,469 7,974 27,717
48/8 oz ............ ........... 51,694 26,756 -
48/6 oz ............ .......... ..... .
24/303's ............................... 1,003,612 288,836 94,753 32,382
24/300's ..................... ...... -..-
24/13Y2 oz. ............................. . . .
12/32 oz .... .......... . ... .
Cony. 2's ............ .... .. ............ 2,397- -

Total cases converted to 24/2's equiv. ........... 1,343,012 280,553 98,510 84,334 10,189 35,419



Recon. Sw. Grf. Unsw. Grf. Sw. Orange Unsw. Orange Sw. Blend Unsw. Blend
Size Grf. Juice Juice Juice Juice Juice Juice

24/2's ................................ .- 28,082 411,123 87.760 278,537 3,076 11,470
404/700 ............................... 205,747 739,105 10,346,114 1,119,812 4,873,227 55,952 950,403
48/6 oz............................ .... 465,797 32,896 4,828,128 282,407 3,573,914 -11,504
6 /10 's . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
24/12 oz. ...... .... . .. ........ ..
24/4 oz . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12/32 oz. ................. ..........
Conv. 2's ............ ................. 206,423 180,599 169,337

Total cases converted to 24/2's equiv. ..... .... .... 780,037 994,581 17,034,377 1,707,231 9,059,641 74,574 1,233,741

*Figures above furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Canners Association.





THE ABOVE CONVERTED TO 24/2 CANS


Sweetened Grapefruit Sections .............. . 1,343,012
Unsweetened Grapefruit Sections ........... . .... 280,553
Broken Sections ........... ... ................. 98,510
Citrus Salad ........... ...... ................. 84,334
Orange Sections ........... ..... ............... 10,189
Tangerine Juice .......... .............. .... 35,419
Tangerine Blends .............................. -


Sweetened Grapefruit Juice ......... ....... ..... 994,581
Unsweetened Grapefruit Juice ................. . 17,034,377
Reconstituted Grapefruit Juice ......... ....... .... 780,037
Sweetened Orange Juice ................... .... . 1,707,231
Unsweetened Orange Juice ........................ 9,059,641
Sweetened Blended Juice .. ...................... 74,574
Unsweetened Blended Juice .................... 1,233,741


CONVERTED TOTALS 32,736,199

M Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for canning Sections ....... .......... .............................................. 1,275,971
Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for canning Grapefruit Juice ................... ................ ............. 14,359,529
Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for canning Combination Juice ....... ..................... .................... 538,147
Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for canning Citrus Salad ......... ..................... ......................... 43,605
Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for canning Tangerine Blends ..................................................
Number of field boxes of Oranges used for canning Orange Juice ...... . . . ............. ..................... 7,429,424
Number of field boxes of Oranges used for canning Combination Juice ............. .. ................................... 472,579
Number of field boxes of Oranges used for canning Orange Sections ............ ....................................... 7,489
Number of field boxes of Oranges used for canning Citrus Salad .............. .. ...................................... 27,429
Number of field boxes of Oranges used for canning Tangerine Blends ....................................................
Number of field boxes of Tangerines used for canning Tangerine Juice ................. ................. .................. .. 24,281
Number of field boxes of Tangerines used for canning Tangerine Blends ..................................................

*Figures above furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Canners Association.





*FLORIDA PRODUCTION OF CITRUS CONCENTRATE SEASON OF 1976-77

Frozen Processed Frozen Processed Frozen Frozen Processed
Size Orange Orange Grapefruit Grapefruit Blend Tangerine Tangerine

SA 46,939
48/6 oz. Includes 48/8 oz. ................. US 15,684,790
SA -
24/6 oz. ................... ...... US 1,403,150 125,222 141,184

SA 66,684 SA
24/12 oz. ................. ........ US 23,815,378 US 651,254

SA 16,941
24/16 oz. .................. ....... US 7,419,223 -

SA -- SA -
12/32 oz. .......................... US 3,528,977 US 181,295


Other sizes converted to 12/32 oz. ........... US 1,923,961


6/10's ................... ..........

TOTAL CASES ALL SIZES ............... 52,502,893 2,235,699 125,222 141,184
Total sizes converted to gallons ............. 127,798,321 3,587,740 140,876 158,833
Bulk Gallons ......................... 121,612,752 11,856,433 14,193 960,701

GrossGallons ........................ 249,411,073 -15,444,173 155,069 1,119,534
Less Reprocessed Gallons ................ 91,375,820 4,185,826 137,265 193,439

NET GALLONS ................... .... 158,035,253 11,258,347 17,804 926,095

*Figures above furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Canners Association.





GALLONS OF CONCENTRATE PRODUCED FOR THE SEASON OF 1976-77

Frozen Processed Frozen Processed Frozen Frozen Processed
Orange Orange Grapefruit Grapefruit Blend Tangerine Tangerine

158,035,253 11,258,347 17,804 926,095



Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for canning Frozen Grapefruit ..................... ........................... 13,013,242
Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for canning Processed Grapefruit ................................................
Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for canning Frozen Blended Concentrate .................... ................ ...... 7,085
p Number of field boxes of Oranges used for canning Frozen Orange Concentrate .......... ... .... ............................. 147,771,842
Number of field boxes of Oranges used for canning Processed Orange Concentrate ...........................................
Number of field boxes of Oranges used for canning Frozen Blended Concentrate ...................... . . . . . . .. 10,541
Number of field boxes of Tangerines used for canning Frozen Tangerine Concentrate .......... .. ........................ .... 848,432



CHILLED CITRUS PRODUCTS

*Number of field boxes of Oranges used for Chilled Juice ................... ................... ............ . .. 27,249,932
*Number of field boxes of Oranges used for Chilled Orange Sections and Salad ........... ................................. 377,982
*Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Chilled Juice ............. .... ... ......... ....... ......... ..... 4,330,537
*Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for Chilled Grapefruit Sections and Salad ........... ........................ .... 934,477

*Figures above furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Canners Association.







*PROCESSED CONCENTRATED ORANGE JUICE AND
FROZEN CONCENTRATED ORANGE JUICE AND
FROZEN GRAPEFRUIT
ANNUAL PACKS IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA

SEASON OF 1950-51 TO 1976-77 INCLUSIVE
Processed Frozen Frozen
Concentrated Concentrated Grapefruit
Orange Juice Orange Juice Concentrate
Year (Gallons) (Gallons) (Gallons)

1950-1951 ............... 2,529,671 30,757,656 187,903
1951-1952 ................ 1,897,848 44,030,633 1,097,564
1952-1953 ................ 536,660 46,553,695 1,226,485
1953-1954 ................ 1,339,222 65,531,204 1,656,469
1954-1955 ................ 1,531,449 64,685,956 1,155,314
1955-1956 ................ 1,085,697 70,224,053 2,511,831
1956-1957 ................ 1,801,283 72,011,741 2,949,072
1957-1958 ................ 1,149,081 57,150,566 3,330,301
1958-1959 ................ 547,280 79,910,670 4,952,488
1959-1960 ................ 377,877 78,149,306 1,613,462
1960-1961 ................ 154,911 84,298,114 3,841,462
1961-1962 ................ 277,501 116,081,547 3,162,798
1962-1963 ................ 54,360 51,647,737 2,323,381
1963-1964................ 41,108 53,674,426 2,576,655
1964-1965 ................ 69,763 88,868,804 3,999,657
1965-1966 ................ 48,506 76,694,507 3,970,546
1966-1967 ................ 119,027 131,754,512 5,484,816
1967-1968 ................ 22,374 83,697,047 1.813,964
1968-1969................ 31,126 103,750,060 5,919,679
1969-1970 ................ 34,293 124,947,460 4,293,843
1970-1971 ................ 27,830 125,187,449 6,869,605
1971-1972 ................ 134,229,151 8,798,233
1972-1973................ 176,073,382 8,657,624
1973-1974................ 171,845,896 9,025,901
1974-1975 ................ 178,174,349 7,847,300
1975-1976 ................ 186,264,679 9,315,874
1976-1977 ................ 158,035,253 11,258,347


CONCENTRATED PROCESSED GRAPEFRUIT,
FROZEN BLENDED CONCENTRATE AND
FROZEN TANGERINE CONCENTRATE
SEASON OF 1958-59 TO 1976-77 INCLUSIVE
Processed
Processed Frozen Blend and Frozen
Grapefruit Blend Tangerine Tangerine
Year (Gallons) (Gallons) (Gallons) (Gallons)

1958-1959 ........... 165,115 689,521 188,154 1,151,782
1959-1960 ........... 27,390 284,276 319,671
1960-1961 ........... 19,947 255,584 21,285 1,406,694
1961-1962 ........... 116,171 266,594 3,989 1,370,187
1962-1963 ........... 36,340 53,242 20,821 204,458
1963-1964 ........... 21,375 130,431 1,145,495
1964-1965 ........... 54,946 69,599 1,153,569
1965-1966........... 30,539 50,487 715,490
1966-1967........... 32,011 29,099 1,119,869
1967-1968 ........... 10,349 581,966
1968-1969........... 38,742 36,310 1,050,946
1969-1970........... 39,752 16,285 785,150
1970-1971 ........... 89,004 17,913 1,089,882
1971-1972 ........... 31,282 22,002 1,219,793
1972-1973........... 3,478 1,072,201
1973-1974 ........... 11,012 1,019,257
1974-1975 ........... 4,346 1,146,751
1975-1976 ........... 1,472 1,101,317
1976-1977 ........... 17,804 926,095


Number of field boxes of Grapefruit used for canning
Frozen Grapefruit, Processed Grapefruit and
Frozen Blend for the Season of 1976-77..................

Number of field boxes of Oranges used for canning
Frozen Orange Concentrate, Processed Orange and
Frozen Blend for the Season of 1976-77..................

Number of field boxes of Tangerines used for canning
Frozen Tangerine Concentrate for the Season of
1976-77 ........... .... .............................


13,020,327



147,782,383



848,432


*Figures above furnished through the courtesy of the Florida Can-
ners Association.





*FLORIDA PRODUCTION OF CHILLED JUICES
SEASON OF 1976-77
ORANGE

Reprocessed
Glass Paper Bulk Gross Reprocessed from Concentrates Net
Gallons Gallons Gallons Gallons SS Gallons Gallons Gallons

81,704,056 91,351,850 30,700,107 203,756,013 25,070,846 54,107,450 124,577,717


GRAPEFRUIT

S 23,526,978 1,226,075 814,236 25,567,289 493,709 7,491,832 17,581,748


*FLORIDA PRODUCTION OF CHILLED PRODUCTS SEASON OF 1976-77

4/1 Gallon 4/1 Gallon Total
Products in Cases: 12 Pints 12 Quarts 12/26 oz. Hot Peel Cold Peel Gallons

Grapefruit Sections 51,331 140,531 54,137 270,821 95,408 2,095,492
Orange Sections 5,851 143,440 52,221 796,908
Citrus Salad 120,080 78,005 208,310 313,724 88,836 2,532,234


'*Figures above furnished through the courtesy of Florida Canners Association.





CERTIFIED FRESH CITRUS FRUIT SHIPMENTS By Season
**Figures are based on 4/5 Bushel Boxes; all previous seasons are based on 1-3/5 Bushel Boxes.

Season Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total Color Added


1953-1954
1954-1955
1955-1956
1956-1957
1957-1958
1958-1959
1959-1960
1960-1961
1961-1962
1962-1963
1963-1964
1964-1965
1965-1966
1966-1967
1967-1968
1968-1969
1969-1970
**1970-1971
**1971-1972
**1972-1973
**1973-1974
**1974-1975
**1975-1976
**1976-1977


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18,899,227
17,076,007
17,606,916
16,241,375
12,973,347
14,455,149
14,101,281
13,715,193
15,950,162
12,300,779
12,808,745
13,722,986
12,975,571
15,414,856
12,800,394
12,334,468
12,751,600
26,894,185
31,604,671
31,717,875
34,986,428
35,367,475
38,781,219
30,938,160


24,115,727
22,574,267
20,946,070
19,305,133
14,731,091
11,554,127
15,565,611
11,670,296
16,423,263
8,662,460
8,747,658
12,012,092
13,329,631
16,263,812
15,429,980
11,458,165
12,707,004
27,026,814
23,135,314
27,696,423
24,682,385
30,436,578
29,933,782
22,527,020


3,066,458
3,362,502
3,066,763
2,929,451
1,604,774
2,322,764
1,802,532
2,924,946
2,409,971
1,521,426
2,141,353
2,264,092
2,376,516
2,701,507
1,775,916
2,020,851
2,108,927
4,743,123
5,459,622
4,720,567
5,235,911
6,058,812
7,043,195
5,025,240


46,081,412
43,012,776
41,619,749
38,475,959
29,309,212
28,332,040
31,469,424
28,310,435
34,783,396
22,484,665
23,697,756
27,999,170
28,681,718
34,380,175
30,006,290
25,813,484
27,567,531
58,664,122
60,199,607
64,134,865
64,904,724
71,862,865
75,758,196
58,490,420


15,693,140
13,537,175
13,806,103
12,235,129
8,020,722
5,959,849
7,707,743
5,365,924
7,593,853
4,190,024
3,520,629
4,410,140
4,502,677
4,919,252
4,852,414
3,519,995
3,486,005
8,350,958
8,383,119
9,138,160
6,882,161
9,092,937
10,668,859
9,080,137





CERTIFIED FRESH FRUIT


SHIPMENTS SEASON: AUGUST
(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)


1, 1976 JULY 31, 1977


Packing House Location Grapefruit Oranges Tangelos Tangerines Total Boxes Color Added


Adams Packing Association, Inc.
Alcoma Packing Company, Inc.
Alexander & Baird Company
Alturas Citrus Fruit Company
Alturas Packing Company, Inc.
Apopka Fruit Company
Associated Fruit Packers, Inc.


Barfield Groves
Battaglia Fruit Company
Belleview Growers Packing Company
Bilgore and Company, Inc., D.
Blackwelder Groves
Bloods Hammock Groves
Blue Goose Growers, Inc.
Blue Goose Growers, Inc.
Blue Key Growers, Inc.
Bourn Packing Company, W. D.
Brooksville Citrus Growers Association
Broward Fruit Company
Brown, Inc., M. E.
Bryan Groves Packing Company
Buck Creek Groves


Auburndale
Lake Wales
Pierson
Alturas
Conshal
Apopka
Oklawaha


Polk City
Winter Garden
Belleview
Clearwater
Lake Hamilton
Delray Beach
Clermont
Vero Beach
Jacksonville
Ft. Pierce
Brooksville
Rockledge
Bowling Green
Umatilla
Ellenton


-A-
641,196
121,016


264,225

1,346

-B-

8,203

19,606
6,486
1,982
147,144
801,471
53,537
2,591
17,288
1,412
2,173
10,677
425


508,931
197,656
33,288
13,667
275,193
51,712
1,582


4,137
75,238
109,289
738
42,523
2,376
92,733
7,681
149,974
625
58,412
452
21,115
30,942
2,630


193,055 159,208
28,121 374
69,892
84,289
101,156 36,864
143,571
213


48,869

280
24
296
40,686
13,630
46,041
40
40,493
344
7,388
3,793
911


46,414


806

128,727

240,036

92,925
12
7,280
1,873
146


286,132
129,885
32,167

253,398


1,502,390
347,167
103,180
97,956
677,438
195,283
3,141


4,137
178,724
109,289
20,624
49,839
4,654
409,290
822,782
489,588
3,256
209,118
2,220
37,956
47,285
4,112


81,170
79,058




4,838
146,284





Caloosa River Groves
Certi-Fine Fruit Company
Coca Cola Foods Division
Crosby, Ralph
Cushman Fruit Company
Custom Citrus Packing Company


Dalbora Company, J. V.
Dalbora Company, J. V.
Deerfield Groves Company
Deerfield Groves Company
Driftwood Fruit Company
Duda & Sons Coop. Association
Duda & Sons Coop. Association
S Dundee Citrus Growers Assocation


East Coast Packers, Inc.
Economy Packing Company 2
Economy Packing Company
Edwards Packing Company
Egan Fickett and Company
Egan Fickett Ft. Pierce Inc.
Egan Fickett and Company
Egan Swain
Elfers Citrus Growers Association
Emerald Packing Company, Inc.
Eustis Fruit Company
Evans Fruit, R. A.


Lehigh Acres
Ocoee
Fairvilla
San Mateo
West Palm Beach
Ft. Pierce


Vero Beach
Wabasso
Wabasso A
Wabasso B
Oslo
Minneola
Winter Garden
Dundee


Ft. Pierce
Ft. Pierce
Ft. Pierce
Plant City
West Palm Beach
Ft. Pierce
Ft. Pierce
Ft. Pierce
Palm Harbor
Orlando
Eustis
DeLand


-C-
93
2,744
384,931
50
18,577
235,325


55,949
2,451
510,669
488,439
70
1,190
511,190
129,443


-E-
855,077
108,430
765,339
44,800
8,876
827,869
822,861
573,896
68,097
337,073
2,853
1,316


78
23,522
35,616
605
33,980
13,891


3,210
1,044

60,608
66
34,924
367,515
584,834


3,279
32,287
138,206
222,041

40,144
192,559
46,869
159,064
339,549
51,838
11,664


91
50,934
5,647

4,140


12,179
200
11,092
91,153
78,012


10,652
15,045
34,465
30,472

3,854
92,573
3,646
31,128
70,615
257,103
428


92
86,677
97,639
74
470
144


354
163,877
523,833
729
57,167
249,360


59,159
3,495
510,669
561,226
336
7,715 54,921
50,432 1,020,290
177,207 969,496


9,040
6,921
20,151
32,833

1,377
10,922

48,164
52,128
105,371


878,048
162,683
958,161
330,146
8,876
873,244
1,119,915
624,411
306,453
799,365
417,165
13,408


239,791
483,504


140,791

19,986
170,315


290,822
186,924
180





CERTIFIED FRESH CITRUS SHIPMENTS SEASON: AUGUST 1, 1976 JULY 31, 1977
(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)

Packing House Location Grapefruit Oranges Tangelos Tangerines Total Boxes Color Added


Fittings Citrus Fruit
Florida Peach Corporation
Florida Pride Citrus Products
Ft. Pierce Growers Association


G & S Packing Company, Inc.
Golden Gem Growers, Inc.
S Golden River International
Golden River Packing Company
Golden Triangle Fruit Company, Inc.
Goochland Gardens, Inc.
Gouda Groves
Gracewood Fruit Company
Graham Farms
Graves Brothers Company
Graves Brothers International
Grays Groves, Inc.
Griffin, Inc., Ben Hill
Gulf Western Food Products


H and S Citrus, Inc.
Haffield Citrus Corporation


Ft. Pierce
Belleview
Bartow
Ft. Pierce


Weirsdale
Umatilla
Vero Beach
Vero Beach
Eustis
Ft. Meade
Ft. Pierce
Vero Beach
Wauchula
Wabasso
Wabasso
Lady Lake
Frostproof
Fellsmere


Ft. Pierce
Vero Beach


-F-
70


360,622

-G-
13,418
324,508
200,324
804,577
8,468
5,266
45,235
1,022,032
1,782
312,509
148,253
23,213
837,011
537,831

-H-
180,733
990,654


56
1,000
885
52,620


32,896
516,731

1,751
49,543
1,024
7,314
24,560
2,958
91,863
500
48,480
657,515



186,778
69,875


23
2,703
746
11,960


5,872
197,058


85,652
12,351
6,796
90
1,529
5,725

11,727
128,738
6,082


50,246
11,224


5,409


149
3,703
1,631
430,611


122 52,308
78,117 1,116,414
200,324
806,328
24,436 168,099
5,519 24,160
59,345
1,046,682
449 6,718
410,097
148,753
2,041 85,461
208,591 1,831,855
543,913


417,757
1,071,753


390,836


117,256
78






162,053






Haines City Citrus Growers Association
Hale Indian River Grove
Harveys Indian River Groves, Inc.
Heidrich & Sons, Inc.
Heller Bros. Packing Corp.
Herlong Packing Company, A. S.
Hilliard Groves, Inc.
Hogan & Sons
Huff Groves, Inc., O. D., Jr.
Hunt Brothers Coop.
Hyatt Fruit Company


N Igler Groves, Math
Indian Lake Fruit Company, Inc.
Indian River Associates, Inc.
Indian River Exchange Packers
Indian River Exchange Packers, Inc.
Indian River Packing Company
Ingrams Fruit & Gifts


J and D Fruit


Haines City
Wabasso
Cocoa
Lockhart
Winter Garden
Leesburg
Ft. Pierce
Vero Beach
Mclntosh
Highland Park
Ft. Lauderdale


Ft. Lauderdale
Ocoee
Vero Beach
Vero Beach
Vero Beach
Vero Beach
Ft. Pierce


Oxford


Karst Groves
Kepler Harvesting
Key Groves
Knollwood Groves Inc.


Vero Beach
DeLand
Ft. Lauderdale
Boynton Beach


364,832
20,965
9,649
136,097
412,391
91,403
4,600
270,054
25
77,681
250


1,646
101,860
375,867
983,623
169,452
388,359
1,362

-J-
23,847

-K-
17,279
4
648
2,261


951.887
34,468
14,767
185,316
205,748
224,027
6,316
598
24,838
362,174
542


1,982
134,514

53,796
31,524

6,572


66,856


10,044
3,325
1,250
2,906


159,395
7,349
3,401
140,136
75,761
87,389



10,430
78


544
3,185

42,598
2,094


9,311


12,247
128
36
2,487


154,582
10,160
103
148,770
66,857
77,691



11,392


1,630,696
72,942
27,920
610,319
760,757
480,510
10,916
270,652
24,863
461,677
870


4,172
6,326 245,885
375,867
56,077 1,136,094
203,070
388,359
10 7,944


2,299


102,313


2,407 41,977
3,457
1,934
148 7,802


413,786


58,349
29,638
136,395



210,826




48,160

7,044





CERTIFIED FRESH CITRUS SHIPMENTS SEASON: AUGUST
(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)


1, 1976 JULY 31, 1977


Packing House Location Grapefruit Oranges Tangelos Tangerines Total Boxes Color Added


Lake Alfred Citrus Coop
Lake County Citrus Sales, Inc.
Lake Garfield Citrus Coop.
Lake Kersey Groves, Inc.
Lake Placid Growers
Lake Placid Groves
Lake Region Packing Association
Lake Wales Citrus Growers Association
S Lakeland Packing Company
Lakeland Packing Company, A


Mack's Groves, Inc.
Manatee Fruit Company
Manatee River Groves, Inc.
Marcar Enterprises, Inc.
Maxwell Groves
Merritt Island Fruit Company
McBride Packing Company
Mid-River Packing Company, Inc.
Midway Groves, Inc.
Mims Citrus Growers Association
Minneola Citrus Shoppe
Minton Sun, Inc.


Lake Alfred
Leesburg
Lake Garfield
Dade City
Lake Placid
Lake Placid
Tavares
Lake Wales
Eaton Park
Highland City


Pompano Beach
Palmetto
Bradenton
Ft. Pierce
Avon Park
Merritt Island
Seville
Ft. Pierce
Tallevast
Mims
Minneola
Ft. Pierce


-L-
66,654
3,317
58,263
40
39,366
66,755
124,240
139,694
43,411
690,054

-M-
7,290
5,200
1,276
361,225
2,472
3,413

570,643
17,654
142,872
4,784
308,803


175,533
8,798
250,897
223
493,758
704,719
376,868
387,092
54,197
333,100


16,574
3,944
1,319
65,591
703
1,010

32,585
9,176
165,586
10,364
101,786


55,659
7,130
25,826
8
60,021
117,231
423,520
58,772
27,191
73,312


94

334
43,829
360
1,932

532

41,779
475
33,398


54,497
94,236
13,417

43,295
94,527
288,301
44,410
257,070


352,343
113,481
348,403
271
636,440
983,232
1,212,929
629,968
381,869
1,096,466


40 23,998
9,144
2,929
35,491 506,136
88 3,623
6,355
50,964 50,964
603,760
315 27,145
12,243 362,480
2,201 17,824
443,987


94,255

226,940

75,094
89,558
723,309
445,767
274
185,748


57,477



1,083

149,288

17,985





Minton Sun International
Mixon Fruit Farms, Inc.
Mt. Dora Growers Coop.


Nelson and Company, Inc.
Nevins Fruit Company, Inc.
Newbern Groves, Inc.


Oak Hill Citrus Growers Association
Odell Grove Service
Old Fort Citrus Shop
Orange Blossom Fruit Company
M Orange Blossom Groves
S Orange-co of Florida, Inc.
Oslo Citrus Growers Association


Packers of Indian River, The
Palm Beach Groves
Palm Fruit Shop
Pan Am Groves & Farms
Peace River Packing Company
Peterson, Axel T., Jr.
Plymouth Citrus Growers Association
Poinsettia Groves Inc.
Posey and Seaver, Inc.
Postal Colony Company, Inc.
Pulitzer Groves


Ft. Pierce
Bradenton
Mt. Dora


Oviedo
Titusville
Lutz


Oak Hill
Ft. Pierce
St. Augustine
Groveland
Clearwater
Lake Hamilton
Oslo


Vero Beach
Lake Worth
Bushnell
Ft. Lauderdale
Ft. Meade
Vero Beach
Plymouth
Vero Beach
Groveland
Clermont
Ft. Pierce


367,969
40,165
50,481

-N-

561,856
91,652

0-
3,182
4,038
116
686,769
4,458
1,300,812
621,896

-P-
386,863
160
1,880
202
190,500
17,790
83,244
164
13,628
56,869
668


23,477
234,479


225,606
207,427
258,224


41,927
6,071
175
455,011
3,971
886,903
40,134



332
13,493
144
129,348
14,282
198,825
100
20,966
56,943
866


2,428
191,423


139,767
32,134
24,512



392

137,588

206,120
47,756



180
1,092
70
6,739
956
88,542
68
35,432
54,938
8


1,673
61,758


111,412
7,736
81,537


128,612

197,719
4,077




2,448
6
25,317
12
41,773

45,345
2,589


367,969
67,743
538,141


476,785
809,153
455,925


45,109
10,501
291
1,407,980
8,429
2,591,554
713,863


386,863
672
18,913
422
351,904
33,040
412,384
332
115,371
171,339
1,542


25
347,203


169,691
118,941
233,020


333,883

32,577
10,259


95,678


91,576




SHIPMENTS SEASON AUGUST 1, 1976
(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)


Packing House Location Grapefruit Oranges Tangelos Tangerines Total Boxes Color Added


Quality Fruit Pkrs. of Indian River


Reeds Fruit & Juice
Riverfront Groves
Riviera Groves & Packing House
Robinson Groves
Roe and Sons, Inc., Wm. G.
Rollins Fruit Company
Rou, Inc., H. Jennings


Sebring Packing Company, Inc.
Seville Fruit & Produce Company
Silver Springs Groves
Sleys Florida Fresh Fruit Packers
Smith's Sons, Leroy E.
Snyder Mew Company
Sorrells Bros. Packing Company
So. Lake Apopka Cit. Grws. Assn.
Spada Fruit Sales Agency
Spykes Groves
St. Lucie Packing Corp.
Strawn, Inc., Theodore


Vero Beach


Weirsdale
Gifford
Riviera Beach
Indiantown
Winter Haven
Dade City
Eustis


Sebring
Seville
Citra
Weirsdale
Gifford
Crescent City
Arcadia
Tildenville
Thonotosassa
Davie
Ft. Pierce
DeLeon Springs


-0-
134,175

-R-
1,677
933,488
5,997
6,622
324,649

1,335


137,051
7,909
269
1,342
1,303,343

6,440
30,984
143,717
3,266
967,902
144


3,869


15,291
62,445
11,293
8,241
99,484
304
7,903


262,321
27,195
21,022
28,403
5,221

266,869
207,160
246,518
5,114
51,712
68,292


20,571


1,528
16,942
3,761
3,405
3,132

57,656



2,554
8,335
9,776


18,946
3,863
37,591

6,688
407


7,619


603
8,678
10

135,667
11
31,556


4,628
5,754

7,520

33,949
70,644
24,967
5,551
200
15,764
3,072


166,234


19,099
1,021,553
21,061
18,268
562,932
315
98,450


404,000
43,412
29,626
47,041
1,308,564
33,949
362,899
266,974
433,377
8,580
1,042,066
71,915


5,785


316



1,108

24,388


8,649


82,062
122,983
90,790


17,225


CERTIFIED FRESH CITRUS


- JULY 31, 1977






Sullivan Packing Company
Sun Glo Citrus Coop.


Taylor, Ray
Toms Fruit, Inc.
Troyers Citrus Growers & Produce
Turner Fruit Company, The
Tuxedo Fruit Company, Inc.
Ty Fry Packers, Inc.


Umatilla Citrus Growers Assoc.
United Indian River Packers
Ln
Vachon Groves Inc. A
Vachon Citrus H
Viele Groves


Warren Fruit Company
Waverly Growers Coop.
Winter Garden Citrus Growers Assn.
Winter Haven Citrus Growers Assn.
Wrays Flamingo Groves Fl


Xtra Fine Citrus Packers


Rockledge
Haines City


Alcoma
Wabasso
Sarasota
Futch
Ft. Pierce
Umatilla


Umatilla
Wabasso


Ft. Pierce
Ft. Pierce
Ft. Lauderdale


Land O' Lakes
Waverly
Winter Garden
Winter Haven
Ft. Lauderdale


Winter Garden


168,056
286,967

T-
88
156
920
732
275,025
21,933

-U-
4,011
498,211

-V-
315
518
742

-W-
4,636
116,112
649
186,708
1,564

-X-
50.376


158,507
414,091


40

421
119,593
64,024
30,677


39,635



229
2,000
2,676


95,014
409,660

327,688
3,046


160,442


14,001
140,579


40

130
1,049
443
4,607


31,809




14
1,822


7,012
124,729

146,921
476


38,187


8,
190,










26,


4
53

97


283 348,847
455 1,032,092


80 248
156
234 1,705
121,374
339,492
957 58,174


309 101,764
498,211


544
2,532
16 5,256


,328 110,990
,513 704,014
649
,725 759,042
5,086


867 249,872


88,477
256,378





119,378




66,635








81,698
97,746

239,686



156,936





CERTIFIED FRESH CITRUS SHIPMENTS SEASON: AUGUST 1, 1976 JULY 31, 1977
(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)
Packing House Location Grapefruit Oranges Tangelos Tangerines Total Boxes Color Added

Various Applicants Section 60150 38,296 60,109 5,680 1,891 105,976

SPECIAL PERMIT -
Economy Packing Company 2 Ft. Pierce 836 836

Totals 30,938,160 17,447,958 5,079,062 5,025,240 58,490,420 9,080,137







COUNTY SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS
AUGUST 1976
(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)

Color
Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Totals Added

Brevard.............. 4,084 18,570 657 23,311 15,882
Broward............. 716 1,648 2,364
Hernando........... 1,497 1,497
Lake.................. 3,752 8,898 2,704 15,354
Marion ............... 170 1,020 18 1,208
Orange ............... 693 12,396 867 13,956
Palm Beach........ 815 784 1,599
Polk................... 2,632 8,929 449 12,010
St. Lucie............ 1,494 1,494
Volusia ............. 247 11,606 11,853

STATE TOTAL. 13,109 66,842 4,695 84,646 15,882


COUNTY SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS
SEPTEMBER 1976
(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)

Color
Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Totals Added

Brevard.............. 2,771 2,771
Broward............. 224 572 796
Duval................ 1,965 1,965
Hernando........... 3,612 3,612
Hillsborough...... 38,849 12,917 51,766 12,917
Indian River....... 84,663 84,663
Lake ................. 73,855 73,885 7,068 154,808 67,127
Marion ............... 514 514
Orange............... 45,533 24,450 1,800 71,783 17,002
Palm Beach........ 65 348 413
Polk.................. 113,077 16,076 570 129,723 6,492
St. Lucie............ 7,889 116 8,005

STATE TOTAL. 372,503 128,878 9,438 510,819 103,538


COUNTY SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS
OCTOBER 1976
(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)

Color
Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Totals Added

Brevard .............. 82,652 13,192 12,630 108,474 10,110
Broward............. 110 2,140 2,250
DeSoto.............. 2,456 42,616 13,895 58,967 42,616
Duval................. 20,161 34,859 28,547 83,567 34,859
Hernando........... 9,591 9,099 18,936 37,626
Highlands............ 96,209 53,686 66,143 216,038 23,620
Hillsborough...... 96,564 163,611 17,154 277,329 162,983
Indian River....... 1.273,546 4,940 20,051 1,298,537 3,440
Lake ................ 400,626 647,266 153,535 1,201,427 607,336
Manatee............. 503 502 647 1,652
Marion ............... 24 32,940 1,938 34,902 32,398
Orange............... 491,717 264,417 112,838 868,972 241,325
Palm Beach........ 1,140 53 1,193
Pasco ................. 10,855 10,855 10,855
Pinellas.............. 3,312 7,964 3,834 15,110
Polk................... 1,482,670 811,673 228,872 2,523,215 694,153
St. Lucie ............ 662,989 30,080 37,340 730,409 29,658
Seminole............ 29,726 11,776 41,502 29,726
Sumter............... 2,014 12,265 8,304 22,583
Volusia .............. 3,049 10,317 13,366 2,820

STATE TOTAL. 4,625,144 2,176,020 746,810 7,547,974 1,925,899








COUNTY SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS
NOVEMBER 1976
(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)

Color
Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Totals Added

Brevard............. 40,899 101,761 12,828 155,488 83,520
Broward............. 1,652 2,612 4,264
DeSoto .............. 3,984 69,989 26,559 100,532 39,446
Duval................ 2,467 27,442 46,635 76,544 26,139
Hardee ............... 477 2,816 1,850 5,143
Hernando........... 1,509 27,739 21,004 50,252
Highlands........... 43,051 231,261 28,356 302,668 91,169
Hillsborough...... 29,871 152,129 33,946 215,946 135,676
Indian River....... 1,436,513 85,231 33,076 1,554,820 19,715
Lake ................ 269,291 707,310 361,996 1,338,597 575,813
Manatee ............ 949 1,192 8 2,149
Marion ............... 3,209 91,133 1,870 96,212 67,029
Martin................ 1,060 1,060
Orange .............. 443,690 562,573 277,093 1,283,356 398,095
Palm Beach........ 1,457 4,889 438 6,784
Pasco ................. 15 27,700 967 28,682 26,690
Pinellas............. 12,048 14,991 24,934 51,973
Polk................... 927,924 1,621,406 494,143 3,043,473 1,156,933
Putnam .............. 3,070 3,070
St. Lucie............. 636,064 281,207 36,629 953,900 81,466
Seminole............ 54,365 29,426 83,791 54,365
Sumter.............. 4,518 35,363 10,699 50,580
Volusia.............. 38,403 18,954 57,357 27,097

STATE TOTAL. 3,859,588 4,142,572 1,464,481 9,466,641 2,783,153









COUNTY SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS
DECEMBER 1976
(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)

Color
Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Totals Added

Brevard............. 70,445 203,288 1,971 275,704 167,690
Broward............. 627 2,070 40 2,737
DeSoto .............. 115,497 21,567 137,064
Duval................. 3,573 61,770 33,173 98,516 61,770
Hardee............... 1,276 7,987 5,651 14,914
Hendry .............. 63 67 26 156
Hernando........... 2,576 42,732 36,147 81,455
Highlands........... 23,798 360,517 26,347 410,662 49,863
Hillsborough...... 19,139 227,849 42,334 289,322 128,214
Indian River....... 1,465,181 308,890 3,974 1,778,045 4,771
Lake ................ 316,734 1,255,351 374,688 1,946,773 679,324
Manatee............. 2,978 3,101 166 6,245 25
Marion ............... 8,993 174,489 4,355 187,837 97,846
Martin............... 6,622 2,982 9,604
Orange .............. 315,509 922,752 267,712 1,505,973 410,294
Palm Beach........ 2,863 7,298 87 10,248
Pasco................ 4,661 56,339 61,000 44,153
Pinellas............. 10,836 61,335 1,029 73,200
Polk.................. 852,541 2,353,424 729,851 3,935,816 882,882
Putnam.............. 50 605 19,559 20,214
St. Johns............ 116 175 291
St. Lucie............ 663,485 567,719 11,454 1,242,658 133,226
Seminole............ 79,038 37,377 116,415 79,038
Sumter............... 14,499 57,691 21,965 94,155
Volusia.............. 1,693 65,737 64,818 132,248 19,655

STATE TOTAL. 3,788,258 6,938,703 1,704,291 12,431,252 2,758,751








COUNTY SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS
JANUARY 1977
(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)

Color
Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Totals Added

Brevard ............. 62,832 120,835 115 183,782 28,706
Broward............. 5,444 10,904 22 16,370
DeSoto .............. 42,109 5,288 47,397
Duval ................ 1,444 37,300 15,739 54,483 23,330
Hardee ............... 29 1,072 18 1,119
Hendry .............. 30 102 66 198
Hernando........... 17,838 16,838 34,676
Highlands........... 6,698 221,756 12,023 240,477
Hillsborough...... 19,821 120,169 17,980 157,970 24,811
Indian River....... 1,524,002 120,409 434 1,644,845
Lake ............ 125,430 546,513 127,787 799,730 203,380
Manatee............. 8,719 2,875 11,594
Marion ............... 1,922 64,777 52 66,751 8,178
Martin................ 7,604 7,604
Orange............... 253,492 530,767 73,686 857,945 24,283
Palm Beach........ 8,861 20,119 50 29,030
Pasco................. 7,533 3,372 10,905
Pinellas............. 19,293 27,105 1,444 47,842
Polk.................. 490,235 1,174,569 257,024 1,921,828 180,819
Putnam .............. 11,394 11,394
St. Luce............... 676,919 227,350 1,948 906,217 20,305
Seminole............ 25,999 12,240 38,239 6,562
Sumter ............... 709 29,748 6,679 37,136
Volusia .............. 3,412 35,739 35,593 74,744
Section 60150... 38,296 65,789 1,891 105,976

STATE TOTAL. 3,247,588 3,458,981 601,683 7,308,252 520,374












COUNTY SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS
FEBRUARY 1977
(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)

Color
Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Totals Added

Brevard............. 91,740 43,542 135,282 743
Broward............. 710 4,106 4,816
DeSoto .............. 13,634 3,335 16,969
Duval............... 14,355 22,680 44,098 81,133 186
Hardee ............... 597 12,788 210 13,595
Highlands........... 27,012 207,533 9,450 243,995
Hillsborough...... 11,339 28,156 1,435 40,930
Indian River....... 1,817,573 56,806 22,316 1,896,695
Lake ................ 167,101 219,123 28,329 414,553 13,268
Manatee............. 8,514 26,763 1,132 36,409
Marion ............... 1,568 10,518 12,086 1,950
Orange............... 207,959 82,976 7,992 298,927 2,465
Palm Beach........ 3,749 7,350 11,099
Pasco ................. 134 134
Pinellas.............. 7,606 16,537 4,024 28,167
Polk................ 715,370 555,001 129,021 1,399,392 31,841
St. Lucie............ 1,080,179 103,487 12,102 1,195,768
Seminole............ 51,620 20,593 72,213
Sumter.. ............ 3,628 9,075 2,160 14,863
Volusia .............. 170 4,536 4,706

STATE TOTAL. 4,159,170 1,476,365 286,197 5,921,732 50,453








COUNTY SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS
MARCH 1977
(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)

Color
Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Totals Added

Brevard .............. 170,693 36,327 160 207,180
Broward............. 1,170 4,008 5,178
DeSoto .............. 1,970 1,970
Duval................ 6,794 8,743 42,350 57,887
Hardee............... 289 8,327 8,616
Highlands........... 29,165 298,331 219 327,715
Hillsborough...... 46,280 40,265 6,715 93,260
Indian River....... 2,107,909 29,907 1,616 2,139,432
Lake ................ 109,455 131,206 5,642 246,303 69,700
Manatee............. 9,541 5,418 415 15,374
Marion............... 1,827 3,854 12 5,693
Orange ............... 237,060 90,159 22,562 349,781 4,047
Palm Beach........ 3,494 3,375 6,869
Pinellas .............. 8,836 12,214 12,899 33,949
Polk.................. 680,891 895,908 63,563 1,640,362 209,506
St. Lucie............ 1,505,915 68,544 4,337 1,578,796 2,191
Seminole............ 5,400 5,400
Sumter.............. 6,915 3,008 285 10,208
Volusia .............. 4,013 4,013

STATE TOTAL. 4,926,234 1,650,977 160,775 6,737,986 285,444


COUNTY SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS
APRIL 1977
(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)

Color
Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Totals Added

Brevard............. 136,666 16,779 16 153,461
Broward............. 2,000 2,168 4,168
Duval................. 2,616 1,706 27,722 32,044
Hardee............... 1,287 1,287
Highlands........... 19,617 171,083 190,700
Hillsborough...... 3,595 30,778 357 34,730
Indian River....... 1,387,699 25,616 6,933 1,420,248
Lake.................. 68,442 133,424 712 202,578 100,324
Manatee............. 23,915 1,881 25,796
Marion ............... 830 2,254 3,084
Orange............... 63,724 75,253 637 139,614 26,616
Palm Beach........ 6,853 2,577 9,430
Pinellas .............. 14,941 17,563 32,504
Polk.................. 432,419 734,773 3,148 1,170,340 246,294
St. Lucie............ 1,283,581 1,470 382 1,285,433
Seminole............ 17,100 17,100
Sumter.............. 7,072 7,072
Volusia.............. 3,616 276 3,892

STATE TOTAL. 3,458,873 1,234,701 39,907 4,733,481 373,234







COUNTY SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS
MAY 1977
(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)

Color
Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Totals Added

Brevard .............. 148,128 17,778 165,906 7,187
Broward... ......... 1,057 1,594 2,651
Duval................. 162 1,515 1,772 3,449
Highlands........... 94 70,858 70,952
Hillsborough...... 13,008 37,700 50,708
Indian River....... 631,078 62,930 630 694,638
Lake ................ 21,330 136,445 157,775 102,133
Manatee............. 10,521 3,038 13,559
Marion ............... 120 853 973
Orange ............... 365 26,919 27,284
Palm Beach........ 7,228 1,754 8,982
Pinellas .............. 11,329 12,980 24,309
Polk................... 87,661 360,091 1,941 449,693 96,244
St. Lucie............ 840,462 16,759 857,221
Seminole............ 87,225 87,225
Volusia .............. 3,134 975 4,109

STATE TOTAL. 1,775,677 839,414 4,343 2,619,434 205,564




COUNTY SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS
JUNE 1977
(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)

Color
Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Totals Added

Brevard .............. 62,691 39,532 102,223 24,748
Broward............. 1,094 1,550 200 2,844
Highlands........... 24,088 24,088
Hillsborough...... 1,703 5,784 7,487
Indian River....... 202,642 20,078 222,720
Lake ................. 5,992 10,233 16,225
Marion ............... 146 648 794
Orange............... 9,387 1,234 10,621
Palm Beach........ 1,958 7,189 9,147
Pinellas .............. 3,960 24,492 28,452
Polk................... 61,006 108,696 59 169,761 14,977
St. Lucie............... 218,122 44,608 262,730
Seminole............ 14,900 14,900
Volusia .............. 118 7,921 8,039

STATE TOTAL. 559,432 319,106 1,493 880,031 39,725




COUNTY SHIPMENTS BY MONTHS
JULY 1977
(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)

Color
Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Totals Added

Brevard .............. 13,657 29,736 43,393 18,120
Broward............. 804 1,076 1,880
Indian River....... 66,108 2,543 68,651
Lake .................. 1,187 3,888 29 5,104
Marion ............... 390 390
Palm Beach........ 510 4,928 5,438
Polk.................. 4,642 8,961 61 13,664
St. Lucie............ 65,511 25,986 1,037 92,534
Volusia .............. 165 16,953 17,118

STATE TOTAL. 152,584 94,461 1,127 248,172 18,120






Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Totals Color Added

Brevard ................ ......... ............. . 887,258 641,340 28,377 1,556,975 356,706
Broward . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15,608 34,448 262 50,318
DeSoto ....................................... 6,440 285,815 70,644 362,899 82,062
Duval ............................... ......... .. 53,537 196,015 240,036 489,588 146,284
Hardee ......... .............................. .. 3,955 32,990 7,729 44,674
Hendry ........... .................. .......... 93 169 92 354
Hernando ...................................... 17,288 98,905 92,925 209,118
Highlands ..................................... 245,644 1,639,113 142,538 2,027,295 164,652
Hillsborough ........ .. .................... .. 280,169 819,358 119,921 1,219,448 464,601
Indian River ....... ... .......... ........... 11,996,914 717,350 89,030 12,803,294 27,926
Lake ................ ........................ 1,563,195 3,873,542 1,062,490 6,499,227 2,418,405
S Manatee ............................... 65,640 44,770 2,368 112,778 25
Marion ...................................... 18,809 383,390 8,245 410,444 207,401
M artin ....................................... 6,622 11,646 18,268
Orange .. . ..... ................. ......... .. 2,059,742 2,602,049 766,421 5,428,212 1,124,127
Palm Beach ............ .... ............. ........ 37,853 61,751 628 100,232
Pasco ................ ............................. 4,676 102,561 4,339 111,576 81,698
Pinellas ................ .............. ......... 92,161 195,181 48,164 335,506
Polk ..................... ... ................... 5,851,068 8,649,507 1,908,702 16,409,277 3,520,141
Putnam .................... . ......... ....... 50 605 34,023 34,678
St. Johns ............... ...................... 116 175 291
St. Lucie ............. ................... .......... 7,641,116 1,368,820 105,229 9,115,165 266,846
Seminole ............... ....................... 365,373 111,412 476,785 169,691
Sumter ............................ ............ 39,355 147,150 50,092 236,597
Volusia ....................................... . 12,555 189,208 129,682 331,445 49,572
Section 60150 ...... ............................. 38,296 65,789 1,891 105,976
STATE TOTAL ............................... 30,938,160 22,527,020 5,025,240 58,490,420 9,080,137


SEASON: AUGUST 1, 1976 JULY 31, 1977


COUNTY SHIPMENTS


(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)







CONTAINERS BY KIND OF FRUIT
Season: August 1, 1976 July 31, 1977
(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)
AREA I (INTERIOR)

Container Total
Description Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Boxes

Wirebound Boxes
4/5 Bu. 3,789 854,164 2,314,960 3,172,913

Plastic Mesh Bags
% Bushel 2,192 16,244 18,436

Film Bags
5 Lb. VX 1/8 Box 1,003,267 2,713,520 3,716,787
8 Lb. VX 1/5 Box 66,474 174,056 1 240,531
5 Lb. NL 1/8 Box 921 1,432 2,353
8 Lb. NL 1/5 Box 25 25
8 Lb. 1/5 Box 80,044 167,075 247,119
5 Lb. 1/8 Box 1,579,650 1,897,949 3,477,599

Corrugated Boxes
4/5 Bu. 7,473,947 13,333,573 2,463,502 23,271,022
2/5 Bu. 1/2 Box 2,773 19,816 22,589

Grand Totals by
Containers 10,213,057 19,177,854 4,778,463 34,169,374

Total Bulk 149,595 500,139 23,294 673,028

Total Area 1
Interior 10,362,652 19,677,993 4,801,757 34,842,402



CONTAINERS BY KIND OF FRUIT
Season: August 1, 1976 July 31, 1977
(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)
AREA II (INDIAN RIVER)

Container Total
Description Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Boxes

Wirebound Boxes
4/5 Bu. 12,103 12,103

Plastic Mesh Bags
% Bushel 2,376 2,376

Film Bags
5 Lb. VX 1/8 Box 42,101 1,937 44,038
8 Lb. VX 1/5 Box 3,127 3,127
8 Lb. 1/5 Box 9,786 2,156 11,942
5 Lb. 1/8 Box 238,160 32,402 648 271,210

Corrugated Boxes
4/5 Bu. 19,695,412 2,355,864 197,411 22,248,687
2/5 Bu. 1/2 Box 111,558 207,225 55 318,838

Grand Totals by
Containers 20,102,520 2,599,584 210,217 22,912,321

Total Bulk 472,988 249,443 13,266 735,697

Total Area 2
Indian River 20,575,508 2,849,027 223,483 23,648,018







CONTAINERS BY KIND OF FRUIT
Season: August 1, 1976 July 31, 1977
(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)
STATEWIDE

Container Total
Description Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Boxes

Wirebound Boxes

4/5 Bu. 3,789 854,164 2,327,063 3,185,016

Plastic Mesh Bags
% Bushel 4,568 16,244 20,812

Film Bags
5 Lb. VX 1/8 Box 1,045,368 2,715,457 3,760,825
8 Lb. VX 1/5 Box 69,601 174,056 1 243,658
5 Lb. NL 1/8 Box 921 1,432 2,353
8 Lb. NL 1/5 Box 25 25
8 Lb. 1/5 Box 89,830 169,231 259,061
5 Lb. 1/8 Box 1,817,810 1,930,351 648 3,748,809

Corrugated Boxes
4/5 Bu. 27,169,359 15,689,437 2,660,913 45,519,709
2/5 Bu. 1/2 Box 114,331 227,041 55 341,427

Grand Totals by
Containers 30,315,577 21,777,438 4,988,680 57,081,695

Total Bulk 622,583 749,582 36,560 1,408,725

Statewide Total 30,938,160 22,527,020 5,025,240 58,490,420















CERTIFIED FRESH LEMON SHIPMENTS
Season: August 1, 1976 July 31, 1977

Since the Florida Citrus Code does not require Inspection on lemons,
all inspections are voluntary. During the 1976-1977 season, the
following shippers requested inspection:


Packing House Equivalent Equivalent Total
& Location Bushels 4/5 Bushel Boxes Shipments

Golden Gem Growers, Inc.,
Umatilla ........... 111,587 139,484 451
Gracewood Fruit Co.,
Vero Beach ........ 8,922 11,153 12
Coca Cola Foods Div.,
Fairvilla ............ 1,600 2,000 2

Totals ............ 122,109 152,637 465




COMPARISON OF INTERSTATE, INTRASTATE, AND


Season: August 1, 1976 July 31, 1977


Brevard.............
Broward ...........
DeSoto .............
Duval..............
Hardee..............
Hendry .............
Hernando .........
Highlands .........
Hillsborough.....
Indian River .....
k Lake.................
01 Manatee............
Marion..............
Martin ..............
Orange..............
Palm Beach.......
Pasco .......... ..
Pinellas.............
P o lk ..................
Putnam.............
St. Johns..........
St. Lucie...........
Seminole ..........
Sumter .............
Volusia.............
Section 60150..


EXPORT FRESH FRUIT SHIPMENTS BY COUNTIES
fin Terms nf 4/5 Buhal h va1


INTERSTATE INTRASTATE WEST OF SUWANNEE

Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines TOTALS Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines TOTALS Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines TOTALS


527,913
452
6,430
49,012
3,955
67
17,218
196,140
270,636
7,730,309
1,468,024
64,861
17,149
6,222
1,942,519
9,014
4,676
85,134
5,241,104
50
116
3,750,315

38,861
10,304


586,095
580
275,016
192,066
32,857
140
91,129
1,340,434
801,175
637,462
3,711,456
43,426
376,153
9,054
2,522,972
4,004
102,388
183,069
8,045,217
605
175
1,303,610
365,373
144,545
175,304


28,093

69,580
235,502
7,729
66
92,925
111,131
119,900
72,664
1,050,131
2,149
8,149

759,190

4,339
47,929
1,823,806
34,023

100,433
111,412
49,051
129,107


1,142,101
1,032
351,026
476,580
44,541
273
201,272
1,647,705
1,191,711
8,440,435
6,229,611
110,436
401,451
15,276
5,224,681
13,018
111,403
316,132
15,110,127
34,678
291
5,154,358
476,785
232,457
314,715


21,382
15,156
10
1,194

26

35,304
48
352,502
34,523
779
1,146
400
20,644
28,839

4,400
236,213


185,193

254
510
38,296


51,086
33,868
9,199
3,254
133
29

268,328
783
78,308
94,666
1,344
4,603
2,592
28,212
57,747

3,394
404,080


64,576

1,740
13,904
65,789


284
262
1,064
2,440

26

31,407
21
16,366
7,202
219
30

6,830
628

235
72,049


4,796

1,041
575
1,891


72,752
49,286
10,273
6,888
133
81

335,039
852
447,176
136,391
2,342
5,779
2,992
55,686
87,214

8,029
712,342


254,565

3,035
14,989
105,976


351

514

30



1,440


408

240


75


1,939

2,634

175

173

4,187


634

865


116

66

50



1,128


75


2,406

3,214

255

173

6,755


1,042

1,105


STATE TOTAL 21,440,481 20,944,305 4,857,309 47,242,095 976,819 1,187,635 147,366 2,311,820 2,983 10,841 1,360 15,184









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EXPORT: FRESH CITRUS FRUIT SHIPMENTS
FROM FLORIDA PORTS
SEASON: August 1, 1976 July 31, 1977
(In Terms of 4/5 Bu. Boxes)

Port Pompano
Tampa Everglades Jacksonville Miami Beach Total


August .... .......
September. ........... 17,367 17,367
October .. ......... 933,827 223,903 148,426 200 1,306,356
November............ 307,943 201,945 106,491 984 617,363
December. ...... 161,857 29,612 969 192,438
January.. ... ......... 409,987 195,642 68,216 673,845
February... ........... 780,266 761,404 33,699 400 1,575,769
March... ..... ...... 841,524 1,202,888 107,994 2,500 400 2,155,306
April ... ................. 759,360 690,480 32.721 6,498 3,726 1,492,785
May ............. ... 50,031 419,556 31,184 3,045 2,334 506,150
June ...... 21,309 3,300 950 25,559
July ..... ....


Totals .... .......... 4,244,795 3,695,818 597,019 16,727 8,579 8,562,938






EXPORT: FRESH CITRUS FRUIT SHIPMENTS
TO VARIOUS FOREIGN COUNTRIES
SEASON: August 1, 1976 July 31, 1977
(In Terms of 4/5 Bu. Boxes)

Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Totals


Japan ..... ............ .... .... ..... 6,918,708 6,918,708
France. .. ............. .......... ..... .. 993,796 5,013 998,809
Germany.. .................... .... ...... 123,072 244,984 368,056
Holland. ..... ................ ............. 353.524 2,984 356,508
Puerto Rico.... ..... ........ ..... .. 17,103 105.294 19,105 141,502
Switzerland......... ....... ....... ..... 39,547 3,000 42,547
Sweden .. ......................... ...... .... 22,229 22,229
England ........ .. .. ... .. 15,899 2,000 17,899
Belgium .. ..... ........a........ ... ...... 3,710 3,710
Norway .. ............. ....... 50 950 1,000
Singapore. ... ........ .. ..... ..... 1,000 1,000
Bermuda .... ....... ...... .............. 70 100 170
Denm ark. ................ ... ....... 24 1 25


Totals..... ......................... ..... . 8,488,662 364,296 19,205 '8,872,163


*Does not include shipments to unknown destination.







August 1, 1976 thru July 31, 1977


CERTIFIED FRESH CITRUS FRUIT SHIPMENTS
By Types of Fruit by Destinations
AREA I (INTERIOR)


INTERSTATE INTRASTATE EXPORT

Suwannee
Regular (West of) Commercial Government Total
Grapefruit Seeded ................................... 39,973 11,574 51,547
Grapefruit Pink Seeded ........ ...................... 14,706 749 15,455
Grapefruit Seedless ............................. 4,688,397 194,744 872 297,278 3,333 5,184,624
Grapefruit Pink Seedless .............................. 4,678,779 172,285 1,703 257,459 800 5,111,026
Total Grapefruit ............................... 9,421,855 379,352 2,575 554,737 4,133 10,362,652

Orange K Early ................................. 823,566 16,672 1,150 841,388
Orange Navel ...... ............................... .. 1,920,035 92,644 3,118 972 2,016,769
Orange Early ..... ........... ............... ......... 5,474,559 160,114 2,302 256,518 8,243 5,901,736
Orange Midseason ................. ................ . 1,360,741 87,583 738 4,153 6,400 1,459,615
Orange Late ................. ...................... 3,649,490 388,022 2,923 84,572 4,800 4,129,807
Orange Temple ................. ................... 1,622,620 81,867 203 7,801 1,712,491
Orange Tangelo ..................................... 3,523,966 87,407 764 4,050 3,616,187
Total Oranges ................ ............... 18,374,977 914,309 10,048 359,216 19,443 19,677,993

Tangerines-Murcott ................................ 500,423 23,795 146 5,951 530,315
Tangerines-Other ................... ............. 4,155,696 101,278 1,214 13,254 4,271,442
Total Tangerines ........................... 4,656,119 125,073 1,360 19,205 4,801,757

GRAND TOTALS ................. ............ 32,452,951 1,418,734 13,983 933,158 23,576 34,842,402


(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)







August 1, 1976 thru July 31, 1977


CERTIFIED FRESH CITRUS FRUIT SHIPMENTS
By Types of Fruit by Destinations
AREA II (INDIAN RIVER)


INTERSTATE INTRASTATE EXPORT

Suwannee
Regular (West of) Commercial Government Total

Grapefruit Seeded .................................... 7,849 2,657 10,506
Grapefruit Pink Seeded ............................... 346 20 366
Grapefruit Seedless ...... ....... ...................... 6,712,255 336,125 6,383,860 7,041 13,439,281
Grapefruit Pink Seedless ................. ............... 5,298,176 258,665 408 1,567,956 150 7,125,355
Total Grapefruit ................. .............. 12,018,626 597,467 408 7,951,816 7,191 20,575,508

O range K Early ...................................... 1,057 1,057
Orange Navel ....................................... 791,195 86,022 778 877,995
Orange Early ............... .... ................... 278,599 7,130 4,000 289,729
Orange Midseason ............ ........................... 320,563 28,232 400 500 349,695
Orange Late ...................................... .. 330,034 109,443 680 440,157
Orange Temple ...................................... 256,917 13,047 269,964
Orange Tangelo ..................................... 590,963 29,452 15 620,430
Total Oranges ............... .. ............... 2,569,328 273,326 793 5,080 500 2,849,027

Tangerines-Murcott .......................... .. ... . 40,208 10,799 51,007
Tangerines-Other .................................... 160,982 11,494 172,476
Total Tangerines ........... ........................ 201,190 22,293 223,483

GRAND TOTALS .......... ....... ............ 14,789,144 893,086 1,201 7,956,896 7,691 23,648,018


(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)







August 1, 1976 thru July 31, 1977


CERTIFIED FRESH CITRUS FRUIT SHIPMENTS
By Types of Fruit by Destinations
STATEWIDE


INTERSTATE INTRASTATE EXPORT

Suwannee
Regular (West of) Commercial Government Total

Grapefruit Seeded .................................... 47,822 14,231 62,053
Grapefruit Pink Seeded ............................... 15,052 769 15,821
Grapefruit Seedless ................ ................ 11,400,652 530,869 872 6,681,138 10,374 18,623,905
Grapefruit Pink Seedless ................. ............. 9,976,955 430,950 2,111 1,825,415 950 12,236,381
Total Grapefruit ................. .............. 21,440,481 976,819 2,983 8,506,553 11,324 30,938,160

Orange K Early ...................................... 824,623 16,672 1,150 842,445
Orange Navel ....................................... 2,711,230 178,666 3,896 972 2,894,764
Orange Early ............. ........................... 5,753,158 167,244 2,302 260,518 8,243 6,191,465
Orange Midseason ..... ....... .................... ..... 1,681,304 115,815 738 4,553 6,900 1,809,310
Orange Late ............................................... 3,979,524 497,465 2,923 85,252 4,800 4,569,964
Orange Temple ...................................... 1,879,537 94,914 203 7,801 1,982,455
Orange Tangelo ................................... 4,114,929 116,859 779 4,050 4,236,617
Total Oranges ................ ............... 20,944,305 1,187,635 10,841 364,296 19,943 22,527,020

Tangerines-Murcott ................................... 540,631 34,594 146 5,951 581,322
Tangerines-Other ............................... ........ 4,316,678 112,772 1,214 13,254 4,443,918
Total Tangerines ................ .............. 4,857,309 147,366 1,360 19,205 5,025,240

GRAND TOTALS ................. ............ 47,242,095 2,311,820 15,184 8,890,054 31,267 58,490,420


(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)




CITRUS GRADE ANALYSIS
August 1, 1976 thru July 31, 1977 (In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)

Codes: (G-1)-Seeded Grapefruit; (G-2)-Pink Seeded Grapefruit; (G-3)-Seedless Grapefruit; (G-4)-Pink Seedless Grapefruit;
(O-2)-K-Early; (O-3)-Navel Orange; (O-5)-Early Orange; (O-6)-Midseason Orange; (O-7)-Late Orange; (O-8)-Temple Orange;
(O-9)-Tangelos; (T-3)-Honey Tangerine; (T-9)-Tangerine.

*U.S. Grades AREA I (INTERIOR)

Kind Un- Kind of All Kinds
of Vari- No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 2 classi- Tree Variety Fruit of Fruit
Fruit ety Fancy* Bright* No. 1* Golden* Bronze* Russet* No. 2* Russet* No. 3* fied Run Totals Totals Totals

G 1 46,042 105 40 4,596 764 51,547
G 2 10,227 1,573 2,346 1,309 15,455
G 3 4,924,432 158,566 1,930 99,696 5,184,624
G 4 4,625,013 225,707 15,461 6,298 238,427 120 5,111,026 10,362,652
O 2 839,210 2,178 841,388
O 3 11,438 1,583,367 365,038 56,926 2,016,769
O 5 193,589 5,690,785 17,362 5,901,736
O 6 11,234 1,410,235 38,146 1,459,615
O 7 3,162,735 36,477 282 926,811 3,502 4,129,807
O 8 1,616,934 20,539 75,018 1,712,491
O 9 50 3,595,812 20,325 3,616,187 19,677,993
T 3 479,405 **40,682 647 8,574 1,007 530,315
T 9 4,253,192 18,250 4,271,442 4,801,757

TOTALS 216,311 32,237,389 848,687 17,807 9,197 1,507,618 5,393 34,842,402 34,842,402 34,842,402

**Florida No. 1 Golden




CITRUS GRADE ANALYSIS
August 1, 1976 thru July 31, 1977 (In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)

Codes: (G-1)-Seeded Grapefruit; (G-2)-Pink Seeded Grapefruit; (G-3)-Seedless Grapefruit; (G4)-Pink Seedless Grapefruit;
(O-2)-K-Early; (O-3)-Navel Orange; (O-5)-Early Orange; (O-6)-Midseason Orange; (O-7)-Late Orange; (O-8)-Temple Orange;
(O-9)-Tangelos; (T-3)-Honey Tangerine; (T-9)-Tangerine.

*U.S. Grades AREA II (INDIAN RIVER)

Kind Un- Kind of All Kinds
of Vari- No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 2 classi- Tree Variety Fruit of Fruit
Fruit ety Fancy* Bright* No. 1* Golden* Bronze* Russet* No. 2* Russet* No. 3* fied Run Totals Totals Totals

G 1 8,000 195 2,311 10,506
G 2 346 20 366
G 3 9,401 466,564 11,523,406 25,067 100,176 1,304,135 10,532 13,439,281
G 4 206,157 5,654,698 4,173 67,687 1,170,348 22,292 7,125,355 20,575,508
O 2 1,057 1,057
O 3 128,612 681,953 66,594 836 877,995
O 5 1,007 285,723 2,999 289,729
O 6 3,417 321,973 24,305 349,695
O 7 166,229 127,876 146,052 440,157
O 8 253,610 3,093 13,261 269,964
O 9 600,083 20,347 620,430 2,849,027
T 3 37,915 **6,067 7,025 51,007
T 9 166,131 6,345 172,476 223,483

TOTALS 13,825 2,642,054 17,997,634 29,240 167,863 2,763,742 32,824 836 23,648,018 23,648,018 23,648,018

**Florida No. 1 Golden






August 1, 1976 thru July 31, 1977


CITRUS GRADE ANALYSIS


*U.S. Grades


Codes: (G-1)-Seeded Grapefruit; (G-2)-Pink Seeded Grapefruit; (G-3)-Seedless Grapefruit; (G-4)-Pink Seedless Grapefruit;
(O-2)-K-Early; (O-3)-Navel Orange; (O-5)-Early Orange; (O-6)-Midseason Orange; (O-7)-Late Orange; (0-8)-Temple Orange;
(O-9)-Tangelos; (T-3)-Honey Tangerine; (T-9)-Tangerine.

STATEWIDE


Kind Un- Kind of All Kinds
of Vari- No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 1 No. 2 classi- Tree Variety Fruit of Fruit
Fruit ety Fancy* Bright* No. 1* Golden* Bronze* Russet* No. 2* Russet* No. 3* fied Run Totals Totals Totals

G 1 54,042 300 40 6,907 764 62,053
G 2 10,227 1,919 2,346 1,329 15,821
G 3 9,401 5,390,996 11,681,972 25,067 102,106 1,403,831 10,532 18,623,905
G 4 4,831,170 5,880,405 19,634 73,985 1,408,775 22,412 12,236,381 30,938,160
O 2 840,267 2,178 842,445
O 3 11,438 1,711,979 1,046,991 123,520 836 2,894,764
O 5 194,596 5,976,508 20,361 6,191,465
O 6 14,651 1,732,208 62,451 1,809,310
O 7 3,328,964 164,353 282 1,072,863 3,502 4,569,964
O 8 1,870,544 23,632 88,279 1,982,455
O 9 50 4,195,895 40,672 4,236,617 22,527,020
T 3 517,320 **46,749 647 15,599 1,007 581,322
T 9 4,419,323 24,595 4,443,918 5,025,240

TOTALS 230,136 34,879,443 18,846,321 47,047 177,060 4,271,360 38,217 836 58,490,420 58,490,420 58,490,420

**Florida No. 1 Golden


(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)





August 1, 1976 thru July 31, 1977


CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS


(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)


Codes: KIND OF FRUIT-(G) Grapefruit; (0) Oranges; (T) Tangerines. VARIETY-GFT. (1) Seeded; (2) Pink Seeded; (3) Seedless; (4) Pink Seedless.
ORANGE: (0-2) K-Early; (0-3) Navel; (0-5) Early; (0-6) Midseason; (0-7) Late; (0-8) Temple; (0-9) Tangelo; (T-3) Honey Tangerines; (T-9) Tangerines.
AREA I (INTERIOR) KIND OF FRUIT BY VARIETY

S Gft: Larger 23 27 32 36 40 48 56 64 75
" Orange: Larger 56 64 72-80 88 100 112 125 150 162-180 Totals

- Temples: Larger 64 80 90 100 120-125 156 163 196 Smaller By Kind Totals Tota
SS- of Fruit By Kind All Kinds
Z > Tang: Larger 100 120 150 176 200 210 246 294 336 By Variety of Fruit of Fruit

G 1 9 7,412 9,873 12,869 10,826 10,420 138 51,547
G 2 204 2,007 1,315 4,758 5,140 1,844 187 15,455
G 3 9,644 162,377 330,755 900,701 653,365 1,725,120 1,359,601 40,314 2,747 5,184,624
G 4 2,798 88,363 226,660 792,176 730,680 1,634,069 1,492,650 130,845 12,785 5,111,026 10,362,652
O 2 6,269 57,250 233,840 389,389 154,240 400 841,388
O 3 649,660 117,684 690,641 410,854 123,554 24,376 2,016,769
0 5 2,916 121 33,887 463,768 2,164,647 3,145,172 83,216 8,009 5,901,736
O 6 3,807 59 40,400 277,826 697,656 439,867 1,459,615
O 7 2,297 2,029 256,107 1,181,384 2,017,521 670,469 4,129,807
O 8 2,561 106,181 583,748 757,180 250,636 1,434 10,751 1,712,491
O 9 14,201 140,039 648,859 1,488,329 1,322,961 353 1,445 3,616,187 19,677,993
T 3 51,956 112,980 208,699 109,564 32,213 14,903 530,315
T 9 3,442 60,538 649,526 1,631,587 1,261,150 25 664,659 515 4,271,442 4,801,757 34,842,402




CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS


August 1, 1976 thru July 31, 1977


(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)


Codes: KIND OF FRUIT-(G) Grapefruit; (0) Oranges; (T) Tangerines. VARIETY-GFT. (1) Seeded; (2) Pink Seeded; (3) Seedless; (4) Pink Seedless.
ORANGE: (0-2) K-Early; (0-3) Navel; (0-5) Early; (0-6) Midseason; (0-7) Late; (0-8) Temple; (0-9) Tangelo; (T-3) Honey Tangerines; (T-9) Tangerines.


AREA 11 (INDIAN RI )


KIND OF FRUIT BY VARIETY


SGft: Larger 23 27 32 36 40 48 56 64 75
u- Orange: Larger 56 64 72-80 88 100 112 125 150 162-180 Totals

- Temples: Larger 64 80 90 100 120-125 156 163 196 Smaller By Kind Totals Totals
c of Fruit By Kind All Kinds
> Tang: Larger 100 120 150 176 200 210 246 294 336 By Variety of Fruit of Fruit

G 1 619 1,964 2,343 2,362 2,124 964 130 10,506
G 2 8 59 109 71 76 38 5 366
G 3 60,368 539,080 1,158,687 2,638,197 2,964,659 3,639,798 2,321,151 117,341 13,439,281
G 4 19,752 172,721 416,390 1,168,950 1,314,191 2,007,860 1,680,080 342,155 3,256 7,125,355 20,575,508
O 2 31 424 433 169 1,057
O 3 228,042 102,421 274,894 178,920 75,118 18,540 60 877,995
O 5 645 206 4,268 29,317 118,514 136,723 40 16 289,729
O 6 1,770 31 13,404 62,814 166,199 105,477 349,695
O 7 4,850 116 63,326 135,217 159,828 76,300 520 440,157
O 8 534 6,646 61,348 126,051 71,761 4 3,620 269,964
O 9 26,209 68,109 138,159 199,116 188,204 4 629 620,430 2,849,027
T 3 5,734 8,563 16,804 12,193 5,338 20 2,355 51,007
T 9 746 3,329 28,384 56,318 49,612 34,067 20 172,476 223,483 23,648,018




CITRUS SIZE ANALYSIS
August 1, 1976 thru July 31, 1977 (In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)

Codes: KIND OF FRUIT-(G) Grapefruit; (0) Oranges; (T) Tangerines. VARIETY-GFT. (1) Seeded; (2) Pink Seeded; (3) Seedless; (4) Pink Seedless.
ORANGE: (0-2) K-Early; (0-3) Navel; (0-5) Early; (0-6) Midseason; (0-7) Late; (0-8) Temple; (0-9) Tangelo; (T-3) Honey Tangerines; (T-9) Tangerines.

STATEWIDE KIND OF FRUIT BY VARIETY
SGft: Larger 23 27 32 36 40 48 56 64 75
SOrange: Larger 56 64 72-80 88 100 112 125 150 162-180
o8 Totals
o .T Temples: Larger 64 80 90 100 120-125 156 163 196 Smaller By Kind Totals Totals
S --- of Fruit By Kind All Kinds
S> Tang: Larger 100 120 150 176 200 210 246 294 336 By Variety of Fruit of Fruit
G 1 628 9,376 12,216 15,231 12,950 11,384 268 62,053
G 2 212 2,066 1,424 4,829 5,216 1,882 192 15,821
G 3 70,012 701,457 1,489,442 3,538,898 3,618,024 5,364,918 3,680,752 157,655 2,747 18,623,905
G 4 22,550 261,084 643,050 1,961,126 2,044,871 3,641,929 3,172,730 473,000 16,041 12,236,381 30,938,160
O 2 6,269 57,281 234,264 389,822 154,409 400 842,445
O 3 877,702 220,105 965,535 589,774 198,672 42,916 60 2,894,764
O 5 3,561 327 38,155 493,085 2,283,161 3,281,895 83,256 8,025 6,191,465
O 6 5,577 90 53,804 340,640 863,855 545,344 1,809,310
O 7 7,147 2,145 319,433 1,316,601 2,177,349 746,769 520 4,569,964
O 8 3,095 112,827 645,096 883,231 322,397 1,438 14,371 1,982,455
O 9 40,410 208,148 787,018 1,687,445 1,511,165 357 2,074 4,236,617 22,527,020
T 3 57,690 121,543 225,503 121,757 37,551 20 17,258 581,322
T 9 4,188 63,867 677,910 1,687,905 1,310,762 25 698,726 535 4,443,918 5,025,240 58,490,420







Season: August 1, 1976 July 31, 1977


CERTIFIED FRESH FRUIT SHIPMENTS
By Means of Transportation By Destination
AREA I (INTERIOR)


(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)


Grapefruit Oranges Tangelos Tangerines Total Boxes

Rail Interstate ......... . . . . . ................... ................ 12,029 54,471 4,010 6,960 77,470
Rail Intrastate . . . . . .. .. .. . .. .. .... .. ... .................. . .
Rail Suw annee . . . . .............................................
Rail Commercial Export .................. ... ........ .............
Rail G overnm ent Export .. . . . .. .. .. .............. .... ... ........... .
Rail Totals .......... ....................... . . . . . . 12,029 54,471 4,010 6,960 77,470

Truck Interstate .................. .................... . . . ..... 9,409,826 13,972,974 4,343,522 4,649,159 32,375,481
Truck Intrastate .. .................. ............................. 379,352 810,230 104,079 125,073 1,418,734
Truck Suwannee ........................................ ......... .. 2,575 9,284 764 1,360 13,983
Truck Commercial Export .................................. .......... 554,737 354,016 5,200 19,205 933,158
Truck Government Export .. ..................... ... ..... .......... 4,133 19,443 23,576
Truck Totals ......... ........... ................... ...... . 10,350,623 15,165,947 4,453,565 4,794,797 34,764,932

GRAND TOTALS (AREA I INTERIOR) ................... ............. 10,362,652 15,220,418 4,457,575 4,801,757 34,842,402








Season: August 1, 1976 July 31, 1977


CERTIFIED FRESH FRUIT SHIPMENTS
By Means of Transportation By Destination
AREA II (INDIAN RIVER)


Grapefruit Oranges Tangelos Tangerines Total Boxes

Rail Interstate . . . . . . . ................... .. .............. 272,898 29,649 4,659 238 307,444
Rail Intrastate . . .................................................
Rail Suwannee . . . ........................................ .......
Rail Commercial Export ...................................... ..........
Rail G overnm ent Export .. ...........................................
Rail Totals .................. ............... ................. 272,898 29,649 4,659 238 307,444

Truck Interstate ..................... ................................ 11,745,728 1,947,659 587,361 200,952 14,481,700
Truck Intrastate ....................... ............................. 597,467 243,874 29,452 22,293 893,086
Truck Suwannee ......................... ........... ................. 408 778 15 1,201
Truck Commercial Export .......... .. .................................. 7,951,816 5,080 7,956,896
Truck Government Export .................................... ......... 7,191 500 7,691

Truck Totals ..................... .............................. 20,302,610 2,197,891 616,828 223,245 23,340,574

GRAND TOTALS (AREA II INDIAN RIVER) ................ ............ 20,575,508 2,227,540 621,487 223,483 23,648,018


(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)








Season: August 1, 1976 July 31, 1977


CERTIFIED FRESH FRUIT SHIPMENTS
By Means of Transportation By Destination

STATEWIDE


Grapefruit Oranges Tangelos Tangerines Total Boxes

Rail Interstate .................. ............... ................... 284,927 84,120 8,669 7,198 384,914
Rail Intrastate . . .................................................
Rail Suwannee . . ..................................................
Rail Commercial Export ...................................... ..........
Rail G overnm ent Export .......... .. .. .. ............ .. ..... .... ........

Rail Totals . . . . . . . ................... ............ 284,927 84,120 8,669 7,198 384,914

Truck Interstate ................... .................... . . . . 21,155,554 15,920,633 4,930,883 4,850,111 46,857,181
Truck Intrastate ............ ..... ................... ................ 976,819 1,054,104 133,531 147,366 2,311,820
Truck Suwannee ........................ ............ ................. 2,983 10,062 779 1,360 15,184
Truck Commercial Export .......... ... ....................... ........ . 8,506,553 359,096 5,200 19,205 8,890,054
Truck Government Export .................. .................. ......... 11,324 19,943 31,267

Truck Totals ............ ........................ .............. 30,653,233 17,363,838 5,070,393 5,018,042 58,105,506

GRAND TOTALS (STATEWIDE) .................................... .... 30,938,160 17,447,958 5,079,062 5,025,240 58,490,420


(In Terms of 4/5 Bushel Boxes)







ROAD GUARDS
During the 1976-77 season, the Florida Department of
Agriculture maintained sixteen inspection stations on leading
highways out of Florida to check truck passing of fruits and
vegetables. These Stations are now a Bureau under the Division of
Inspection, with headquarters in Tallahassee. All Stations are
manned twenty-four hours daily, with regular inspectors under
supervision of patrolmen and Chief of Road Guards, with
headquarters in Trenton, Florida. All trucks carrying citrus fruit are
stopped for proper clearance papers and citrus passing are reported
to this office daily.


CITRUS TRUCKS THROUGH FLORIDA ROAD
GUARD STATIONS
By Months 1976-77


Station No. 1 Suwannee River
Highways: U.S. 19, 98 & Alt. 27
Date Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total

August.............. 100 259 16 375
September........ 4,251 1,239 54 5,544
October ............ 58,783 34,242 13,898 106,923
November......... 49,659 93,465 21,282 164,406
December......... 50,096 168,932 25,873 244,901
January............. 44,868 63,003 8,735 116,606
February........... 18,704 16,678 2,128 37,510
March .............. 33,937 34,480 3,383 71,800
April................. 14,726 23,513 190 38,429
May ................. 5,413 9,362 0 14,775
June................. 3,891 1,058 8 4,957
July .................. 45 275 0 320
TOTALS........... 284,473 446,506 75,567 806,546


Station No. 2 Rock Bluff Highway: 340
Date Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total

August.............. 0 0 0 0
September........ 0 0 0 0
October ............ 0 0 0 0
November......... 997 2,376 1,369 4,742
December......... 219 1,201 238 1,658
January............. 612 900 0 1,512
February........... 1 6 2 9
March ............... 0 0 0 0
A pril................. 0 0 0 0
M ay .................. 0 0 0 0
June.................. 0 0 0 0
July .................. 0 0 0 0
TOTALS........... 1,829 4,483 1,609 7,921


Station No. 3 Branford Highway: U.S. 27
Date Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total

August.............. 0 1 0 1
September ........ 550 0 0 550
October ............ 13,916 6,043 2,890 22,849
November......... 10,492 15,968 5,176 31,636
December ......... 9,675 11,969 3,197 24,841
January............. 8,313 4,725 1,628 14,666
February........... 3,170 29 0 3,199
March ............... 686 2,489 6 3,181
April................ 2,600 2,848 0 5,448
May ................. 2,651 1,143 0 3,794
June ................. 0 200 0 200
July .................. 0 0 0 0
TOTALS........... 52,053 45,415 12,897 110,365







CITRUS TRUCKS THROUGH FLORIDA ROAD
GUARD STATIONS
By Months 1976-77
Station No. 4 Luraville Highway: Fla. 51
Date Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total

August.............. 17 39 0 56
September ........ 9 9 0 18
October ............ 53 254 47 354
November......... 88 390 82 560
December ......... 79 588 278 945
January............. 59 206 147 412
February........... 83 137 11 231
March ............... 69 143 51 263
April................. 86 180 3 269
May .................. 39 130 0 169
June.................. 57 146 0 203
July .................. 32 27 0 59
TOTALS........... 671 2,249 619 3,539


Station No. 5 Day (Dowling Park) Highway: 250
Date Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total

August.............. 0 0 0 0
September ........ 0 0 0 0
October ............ 0 0 0 0
November......... 0 575 0 575
December ......... 65 475 500 1,040
January............. 0 0 0 0
February........... 53 162 119 334
March ............... 0 0 0 0
A pril ................. 0 0 0 0
M ay .................. 0 0 0 0
June.................. 0 0 0 0
July .................. 0 1 0 1
TOTALS........... 118 1,213 619 1,950


Station No. 6A Live Oak Highway: 1-10 (Going West)
Date Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total

August.............. 747 631 178 1,556
September........ 23,836 10,529 1,300 35,665
October ........... 538,335 189,071 48,979 776,385
November......... 382,962 357,062 84,763 824,787
December......... 417,643 752,035 126,364 1,296,042
January............ 285,017 328,619 71,230 684,866
February............. 165,406 93,356 14,220 272,982
March ............... 212,751 93,678 6,461 312,890
April................. 133,461 74,855 524 208,840
May .................. 43,663 31,056 2 74,721
June.................. 11,806 6,909 0 18,715
July .................. 1,133 1,977 0 3,110
TOTALS........... 2,216,760 1,939,778 354,021 4,510,559


Station No. 7 Ellaville Highway: U.S. 90
Date Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total

August.............. 0 0 0 0
September........ 0 0 0 0
October ............ 6,993 5,206 967 13,166
November......... 19,245 28,357 5,975 53,577
December ......... 12,358 35,368 6,221 53,947
January............. 11,268 12,811 1,593 25,672
February........... 4,796 3,919 1,464 10,179
March ............... 5,800 5,181 206 11,187
April................ 1,811 930 9 2,750
May .................. 795 187 0 982
June.................. 2 7 0 9
July .................. 21 7 0 28
TOTALS........... 63,089 91,973 16,435 171,497







CITRUS TRUCKS THROUGH FLORIDA ROAD
GUARD STATIONS

By Months 1976-77

Station No. 8 Suwannee Springs Highway: U.S. 129
Date Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total

August.............. 0 0 0 0
September ........ 2,535 741 0 3,276
October............ 22,042 16,297 5,186 43,525
November......... 34,524 56,154 20,815 111,493
December ......... 35,154 77,890 9,592 122,636
January............. 21,988 43,994 5,272 71,254
February........... 20,594 9,446 1,836 31,876
March.............. 26,411 13,662 831 40,904
April................. 16,939 10,097 0 27,036
May .................. 19,805 5,034 0 24,839
June................. 4,400 0 0 4,400
July .................. 2,326 2,466 0 4,792
TOTALS........... 206,718 235,781 43,532 486,031


Station No. 9A White Springs Highway: 1-75
Date Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total

August.............. 171 7,562 68 7,801
September........ 85,490 34,569 4,512 124,571
October ........... 967,334 540,667 201,000 1,709,001
November......... 859,667 1,107,853 360,015 2,327,535
December......... 1,151,493 2,346,948 464,876 3,963,317
January............ 624,870 880,536 139,153 1,644,559
February............ 593,981 348,847 50,021 992,849
March............... 595,164 338,049 24,617 957,830
April................. 416,806 223,547 469 640,822
May ................. 189,627 121,145 35 310,807
June.................. 80,837 32,085 0 112,922
July .................. 9,691 7,309 0 17,000
TOTALS........... 5,575,131 5,989,117 1,244,766 12,809,014


Station No. 10 White Springs Highway: U.S. 41
Date Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total

August.............. 0 1,005 0 1,005
September........ 1,773 1,328 0 3,101
October............ 28,213 21,280 6,949 56,442
November......... 37,921 59,493 28,836 126,250
December ......... 43,352 98,282 16,513 158,147
January............. 32,718 44,819 8,826 86,363
February........... 23,187 13,752 953 37,892
March .............. 17,826 11,454 1,961 31,241
April................. 14,421 10,786 386 25,593
May ................. 9,725 8,518 0 18,243
June................. 2,160 3,451 0 5,611
July .................. 799 253 0 1,052
TOTALS........... 212,095 274,421 64,424 550,940


Station No. 11 Lake City Highway: U.S. 441
Date Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total

August.............. 10 20 13 43
September ........ 0 0 0 0
October............ 10,901 13,592 3,323 27,816
November......... 15,143 27,984 9,076 52,203
December ......... 10,903 47,690 20,620 79,213
January................ 11,247 28,183 5,010 44,440
February........... 12,745 9,053 1,193 22,991
March ............... 6,946 13,386 882 21,214
April................ 3,096 10,310 216 13,622
May ................. 4,626 4,478 0 9,104
June.................. 0 0 0 0
July .................. 0 0 0 0
TOTALS........... 75,617 154,696 40,333 270,646







CITRUS TRUCKS THROUGH FLORIDA ROAD
GUARD STATIONS

By Months 1976-77

Station No. 12 Baxton-Macclenny Highway:
State Road 2 and Intersection 127
Date Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total

August.............. 1 4 0 5
September ........ 1,575 1,222 0 2,797
October............ 10,193 7,676 2,006 19,875
November......... 16,614 33,086 12,844 62,544
December......... 15,102 45,254 11,288 71,644
January............. 8,291 28,174 4,619 41,084
February........... 5,372 5,449 1,332 12,153
March ............... 7,827 6,437 0 14,264
April................. 525 700 0 1,225
May .................. 1,053 3,127 0 4,180
June................. 504 135 0 639
July .................. 1 0 0 1
TOTALS........... 67,058 131,264 32,089 230,411


Station No. 13 Macclenny Highway: Fla. Road 121
Date Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total

August.............. 304 472 200 976
September ........ 4,258 2,393 900 7,551
October............ 54,806 42,695 17,416 114,917
November......... 44,616 99,247 34,084 177,947
December ......... 45,198 160,885 38,988 245,071
January............. 36,898 76,437 10,915 124,250
February........... 35,917 32,249 7,388 75,554
March ............... 37,320 36,074 1,001 74,395
April ................. 27,382 29,748 320 57,450
May .................. 20,401 21,283 1,022 42,706
June.................. 4,882 6,802 0 11,684
July .................. 0 0 0 0
TOTALS........... 311,982 508,285 112,234 932,501


Station No. 14 Hilliard Highway: U.S. 1 and 301
Date Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total

August.............. 116 1,786 224 2,126
September........ 18,526 5,878 1,300 25,704
October ............ 144,266 98,714 37,805 280,785
November......... 139,868 231,259 74,656 445,783
December......... 172,706 427,965 90,414 691,085
January............. 117,937 166,763 30,052 314,752
February ........... 119,600 59,080 9,367 188,047
March ............... 112,743 75,177 9,063 196,983
April................. 91,734 38,820 1,307 131,861
May .................. 67,766 24,562 562 92,890
June.................. 17,560 9,396 0 26,956
July .................. 3,827 2,955 0 6,782
TOTALS.......... 1,006,649 1,142,355 254,750 2,403,754


Station No. 15 Yulee Highway: U.S. 17
Date Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total

August.............. 5,286 19,925 1,547 26,758
September........ 42,974 11,615 1,110 55,699
October............ 356,373 233,458 117,133 706,964
November......... 420,006 518,847 276,048 1,214,901
December......... 466,790 699,409 244,800 1,410,999
January............. 381,970 450,035 104,577 936,582
February........... 317,654 189,768 57,264 564,686
March .............. 403,571 209,194 27,087 639,852
April................ 300,326 180,426 11,877 492,629
May ................. 233,023 117,742 1,284 352,049
June................. 106,094 47,857 0 153,951
July .................. 36,533 19,535 648 56,716
TOTALS........... 3,070,600 2,697,811 843,375 6,611,786







CITRUS TRUCKS THROUGH FLORIDA ROAD
GUARD STATIONS
By Months 1976-77
Station No. 16A Yulee Highway: 1-95
Date Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total

August.............. 4,286 23,874 724 28,884
September ........ 135,474 32,566 1,113 169,153
October............ 1,231,914 590,849 285,929 2,108,692
November......... 903,893 1,020,583 442,166 2,366,642
December......... 1,057,787 1,871,095 578,159 3,507,041
January............. 937,691 1,180,048 233,082 2,350,821
February.......... 950,192 519,381 105,869 1,575,442
March ............. 1,198,734 646,843 77,803 1,923,380
April................. 856,547 408,678 18,453 1,283,678
May .................. 559,172 302,283 3,407 864,862
June................. 233,996 108,241 14 342,251
July .................. 82,465 50,664 201 133,330
TOTALS........... 8,152,151 6,755,105 1,746,920 16,654,176


Total: All Stations
Date Grapefruit Oranges Tangerines Total

August.............. 11,038 55,578 2,970 69,586
September ........ 321,251 102,089 10,289 433,629
October............ 3,444,122 1,800,044 743,528 5,987,694
November......... 2,935,695 3,652,699 1,377,187 7,965,581
December......... 3,488,620 6,745,986 1,637,921 11,872,527
January............. 2,523,747 3,309,253 624,839 6,457,839
February........... 2,271,455 1,301,312 253,167 3,825,934
March ............. 2,659,785 1,486,247 153,352 4,299,384
April................. 1,880,460 1,015,438 33,754 2,929,652
May ................. 1,157,759 650,050 6,312 1,814,121
June.................. 466,189 216,287 22 682,498
July ................. 136,873 85,469 849 223,191
TOTALS........... 21,296,994 20,420,452 4,844,190 46,561,636







REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF TECHNICAL CONTROL

Season 1976-77


1. GENERAL. This Bureau is responsible for all technical duties in
connection with the administration of the Citrus Code, including
extensive laboratory, administrative, and field duties. The labora-
tory program involves but is not limited to routine analysis and
testing of fruit treatment materials, preparation of standard
testing solutions, supply of inspection equipment and materials
to the field force, the arsenical spray enforcement program, and
the monitoring of pesticide residues and food additives on citrus
and in citrus products. Although the shipping season for fresh
fruit was curtailed because of the freeze, some 600 samples were
analyzed thru sophisticated equipment for pesticide and specific
fungicide residues. The monitoring of export shipments of
fumigated grapefruit for ethylene dibromide residues and other
additives continued also, and with excellent industry coopera-
tion, has assured importers of compliance with their particular
regulatory requirements.
The administrative responsibilities of this Bureau include
extensive field work in connection with both packing house and
processing plant inspection, as outlined under (3) and (4) below,
and most of the technical advisory and consulting work of the
Division, including such matters as technical papers and technical
conferences and meetings with the industry.

2. ARSENICAL SPRAYS. 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 cannot 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.)
Approximately 3,000 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.

3. FRESH FRUIT. By Department of Citrus rule, all packing
houses shipping more than 200,000 boxes (4/5 bu.) of citrus
fruit during the preceding season are required to install AMC
Model 2700 single-head extractors in the testrooms. More than
100 such extractors have been leased from the Automatic
Machinery Corporation, and individually released to packing
houses. The Technical Bureau handled setting, maintenance and
servicing in order to insure uniformity of testing procedures.

4. PROCESSING. These responsibilities of the Bureau involve both
laboratory and technical field work under Department of Citrus
rules in conjunction with the setting up and carrying out of the
maturity testing, condition, 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 finished product inspection. This
work may be summarized as follows:

(a) Condition Inspection. Inspection for wholesomeness is
handled by field processing plant inspectors. The Technical
Bureau is concerned with adequacy of sampling and interpreta-
tion of applicable requirements.

(b) Maturity & Internal Quality Inspection. This is the basic
program carried out by processing plant inspectors. The Techni-
cal Bureau furnishes equipment and technical, but not adminis-
trative supervision.
Comprehensive records of the load evaluation data (average
percent acid, solids, and juice content), are compiled and
distributed by the Bureau each week to the industry. A summary
of this information is included with the cannery data.
Improvements in testing procedures and maintenance of
equipment, including the Kinsey samplers, are a major portion of
the Bureau's work in conjunction with the load evaluation
(pounds of solids) testing program. The 55 FMC Model 091B
leased testroom extractors were set, maintained, serviced and
checked for uniformity of operation against the mobile (truck-
mounted) extractor control unit, which is a continuing respon-
sibility of the Technical Bureau.
The new program to automate restroom procedures and
equipment, including determination and printout of all weigh-
ings, percent acid, degrees Brix, with all calculations and
certification performed through a mini-computer and teletype-
writer, which was operated successfully at 5 commercial plants
for second season. Some problems still exist, however, and it is
anticipated that a few more months' experience will be required
before proceeding further with automation in all testrooms.

(c) Auditing Inspection for Yield. Each plant processing
oranges is required by the Department of Citrus regulation to
certify weekly that the yield of orange products for the
preceding week did not exceed four percent more than the
calculated yield based on the oranges received. This same
regulation further requires that the Inspection Service audit plant
records for verification purposes. The Technical Bureau handles
the auditing as an added responsibility, and employed a special
highly-trained inspector on a part-time basis for field work in this
area.

(d) Grade Inspection of Finished Pack. Close liaison was
maintained with the Agricultural Marketing Service, United
States Department of Agriculture, who by contract with the
Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services per-
formed 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
inspectors were promptly followed up by this Bureau, and
necessary corrective measures taken to insure compliance with
the Code.

5. FRUIT TREATMENT MATERIALS. Under the provisions of







the Citrus Code relating to the use of color-add materials, and
other fruit treatment materials such as soaps, waxes, etc., the
following individuals or firms were issued licenses for the
1976-77 season to manufacture, sell, and/or distribute the types
of materials listed below:

ARTIFICIAL COLOR


American Machinery Corporation
FMC Corporation

WAX

American Machinery Corporation
Fresh Mark Chemical Co.
FMC Corporation
S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc.
Pennwalt Corporation


Orlando, FL
Lakeland, FL



Orlando, FL
Winter Park, FL
Lakeland, FL
Racine, WI
Monrovia, CA


SOAPS & CLEANERS


American Machinery Corporation
FMC Corporation
Fresh Mark Chemical Co.
Pennwalt Corporation
Milchen Laboratories
Eugene Velie
Zep Manufacturing Co.

MISCELLANEOUS

Dow Chemical Company
E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Co.


Orlando, FL
Lakeland, FL
Winter Park, FL
Monrovia, CA
Altamonte Springs, FL
Hortense, GA
Atlanta, GA


Midland, MI
Wilmington, DE







REGISTERED CITRUS CANNING
OR CONCENTRATE PLANTS
*Denotes no Opening Date


NAME LOCATION

Adams Packing Association, Inc. Auburndale
Albertson Peninsular Products Cape Canaveral
Alcoma Packing Company, Inc. Alcoma
American-Orange Corp. Wauchula
Ardmore Farms, Inc. DeLand
B & W Canning Company, Inc. Groveland
Berry Citrus Products, Inc. LaBelle
Borden, Inc., Dairy & Services-
Southern Division Tampa
Borden, Inc., Dairy & Services-
Southern Division Orlando
Borden, Inc., Dairy & Services-
Southern Division Miami
Bordo Citrus Products Coop. Winter Haven
Caulkins Indiantown Citrus Co. Indiantown
Citrus Belle LaBelle
*Citrus Central, Inc. Ocala
Citrus World, Inc. Lake Wales
Coca-Cola Company Foods Division, The Auburndale
Coca-Cola Company Foods Division, The Leesburg
Cook & Sons Enterprises, Inc., B.C. Haines City
Cumberland Farms Food Stores, Inc.,
dba Cumberland Farms Riviera Beach
Dairy Service Corporation Brooksville
Doric Foods Corporation Mt. Dora
Evans Packing Company Dade City
Farmbest Foods, Inc. St. Petersburg
Florida Citrus Juices, Inc. Tampa
Florida Food Products, Inc. Eustis
Florida Home Juice Company Avon Park
Florida Juice Division, Orange Blossom Products, Inc. Miami
Florida Orange Corp. Ft. Meade
Florida Refreshment Centers, Inc. Lakeland
Florida Sip, Inc. Plant City
General Foods Corporation Winter Haven
Golden Gem Growers, Inc. Umatilla
Griffin, Inc., Ben Hill Bartow
Griffin, Inc., Ben Hill Frostproof
Growers Processing Service, Inc. Highland City
Harvesters, Inc. and/or Ulmer Bros.
Fresh Pure Juices Largo
Hi-Acres Concentrate, Inc. Forest City
Holly Hill Fruit Products Co., Inc. Davenport
Hood, Inc., H. P., Inc. Dunedin
Indian River Foods, Inc. Ft. Pierce
Juice Bowl Products, Inc. Lakeland
Kool Kick Corporation Highland City
Kraft Foods Division of Kraftco Corporation Lakeland
Lykes Pasco Packing Co. Dade City
Morris-Hurley Enterprises, Inc. Winter Haven
Myakka Processors, Inc. Arcadia
Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc. Vero Beach
Orange-co of Florida, Inc. Bartow
Plymouth Citrus Products Cooperative Plymouth
Redd Orange Concentrates, Inc. Lakeland







NAME


LOCATION


Russell's Fruit Juice Co., Inc.
Silver Springs Citrus Cooperative, Inc.
South Florida Growers Assn.
Southern Fruit Distributors, Inc.
Southern Gold Citrus Products, Inc.
Sugar Rose Canning Co.
Sun Coast Canning Corporation
Sunny-O
Sunstar Foods, Inc.
Treesweet Products Co.
Tropi-Kist Fruit Products Co.
Tropicana Products, Inc.
Tropicana Products, Inc.
Velda Farms, A Div. of the Southland Corp.
Velda Farms, A Div. of the Southland Corp.
Warren Wheeler, Inc.
Winter Garden Citrus Products Cooperative


Miami
Howey-in-the-Hills
Goulds
Orlando
Orlando
Plant City
Ft. Meade
Lakeland
Lakeland
Ft. Pierce
West Palm Beach
Bradenton
Ft. Pierce
Winter Haven
Miami
Tampa
Winter Garden







REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF
CITRUS LICENSE AND BOND

Season 1976-77

The Citrus Bond and License Bureau is concerned with those
sections of the Florida Citrus Code pertaining to citrus fruit dealer's
bond requirements, issuance of citrus fruit dealer's licenses, citrus
fruit dealer's agent registrations, packing house and cannery
registrations and field box mark or brand certificates. A complete
listing of all citrus fruit dealers and their agents is compiled several
times each season.
Administrative responsibilities include extensive field work in
the investigation of purchases or sales of citrus fruit in all forms.
Complaints involving citrus fruit are filed with the Commissioner of
Agriculture and handled as provided for in the Citrus Code and
other applicable Statutes.
The appropriate order, based on sworn testimony, is entered in
the matter by the Commissioner with provision for suspension of
license for failing to comply.
All interested parties are served with the Order and the file is
closed upon compliance.

1407 Dealers posted Surety Bonds amounting to ... $16,071,000.00
5 Dealers posted Cash Bonds amounting to...... 28,000.00

Total amount of Citrus
Fruit Dealers' Bonds................................... $16,099,000.00

81 Bond Increases after notice
from Commissioner
8 Bond Increases after Order entered
by Commissioner
Bond Increases after notice by...................... $ 443,750.00
Registered Shippers and/or Canners posted
Inspection Fee Guarantee Bonds
amounting to
Cash.................................... 50.00
Surety Bonds...................... ............... 816,000.00

Total..................... ....... .. ....... $ 816,050.00

159 Dealers "Advertising as Bonded Shipper"
posted Performance Bonds in accordance
with Chapter 57-4, Laws of Florida
Surety Bonds....................................... $ 159,000.00
147 Certificates as provided by Department
of Citrus, Rule 20-43.04 issued on
request to dealers posting
Performance Bonds.


220 Licenses issued to "Bond Exempt Dealer"
All Citrus Fruit Dealers Licenses issued.........
Manufacturer's Licenses Issued....................
Citrus Packing Houses Registered .................
Canning and/or Concentrate
Plants Registered .........................
Registered Agents of Citrus Fruit Dealers......


1632
13
196

64
776







COMPLAINTS
1972-1973

Com plaints pending.............................................. 2

1973-1974

Com plaints disposed of........................................... 20
Amounts paid Claimants by Sureties ..................... $ 21,468.81

1974-1975

Com plaints disposed of........................................... 14
Complaints pending.......................................... 2
Amounts paid Claimants by Sureties ..................... $ 14,956.61

1975-1976

Com plaints disposed of........................................... 40
Com plaints pending...................... ........ ...... 3
Com plaints dism issed..................... ....... .... 4
Amounts paid Claimants by Dealers ..................... $ 46,664.15
Amounts paid Claimants by Sureties ..................... $ 51,127.84

1976-1977

Com plaints disposed of........................................... 12
Complaints pending ..................................... 26
Com plaints dism issed.............................................. 3
Complaints transferred to
Division of Administration .................. ..... .......... 5
Amounts paid to Claimants by Dealers................... $ 13,079.70
Amounts paid Claimants by Sureties ..................... $ .00
Revocation of License Proceedings.......................... 1
Administrative Hearings-
Prehearing Conferences................................... 52
Final Hearings.................................................. 36
Fines imposed by Commissioner of Agriculture....... $ .00
Licenses suspended by
Com missioner of Agriculture............................... 7
Licenses cancelled by
Com m issioner of Agriculture................................. 13







Express Shippers who filed performance bonds for the 1976-77
season to advertise "As Bonded Shippers or Bonded Dealers" -
Department of Citrus Rule, Chapter 20-43. All shippers requested
certificates as provided by Department of Citrus Rule, Chapter
20-43.04-Certificates issued to these Dealers. *Denotes shippers
who did not request a Certificate.


DEALER


LOCATION


Airport Fruit Shippers, A Division of
Terminal Shops, Inc. Miami
Airport Groves Sarasota
Alex's Packing House (Import-Export
Livestock Corp. dba) Dania
Allen's Grove Dunedin
Angelina, Inc. Miami
Angie's Groves Hollywood
*B & B Farms, Inc. Vero Beach
B & W Fruit Market Tallahassee
Bagdad Gifts Inc. Miami
Barton's Lincoln Road Miami Beach
Beach Fruit & Gifts, Norman Ruskin
Beach Fruit Shipper & Gifts Deerfield Beach
Belitz-Dora Groves, Inc. Maitland
*Big Irv's Farmers Market Hallandale
Bill's Fruit & Gift Shop Cape Coral
Biscayne Groves, Inc. Miami
Blue Dolphin Florida City
Blue Heron Gift Fruit Shippers, Inc. Sarasota
Blue Heron Gift House, Inc. Sarasota
Bonding Corporation of America Miami
Boudrias Groves Ft. Pierce
Bourn Packing Co., Inc., W. D. Ft. Pierce
Brill's Fruit Shippers and/or Simon
Bonded Fruit Shippers (Brills Inc. dba) Miami Beach
Brothers Groves, Inc. West Palm Beach
Buck Creek Groves Ellenton
Cake Novelties (Va-Co, Inc. dba) Jacksonville
Caldwell, Leslie D. and/or
Caldwell's House of Citrus Auburndale
Carey's Miami
Carl's Fruit Stand Thonotosassa
Casper's Indian River Fruit Market Ormond Beach
Castillo's Ruskin Fruit & Vegetable Market Ruskin
Chamberlin Gift Fruit Shipper, R. H. and/or
R. H. Chamberlin's Village Orange Crate Cocoa Village
*Cheryl's Fruit Palace, Inc. Winter Haven
Citra Trading Post Citra
Citrus Korner Deerfield Beach
Coarsey Groves Gift Shop
(Baker-Coarsey Enterprises Inc. dba) Tampa
Cottom's Farmers Market Hialeah
Country Health Store North Miami Beach
Curbside Gardens South, Inc. Miami
Cypress Gardens Citrus Shop and/or
The Citrus Carrousel and/or A & E Groves
and/or Pipping Groves and/or Fern Grill Fruit Co.,
Not Inc. and/or White Heron Groves
(Alex Warren, III dba) Cypress Gardens
Cypress Gardens Triangle Cypress Gardens
Davidson Citrus Fruit Dundee
Dorothy's Candy Shoppe Boca Raton
Dyess Groves Ft. Myers
Exotic Nursery Tampa








Farah Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Ferris Groves and/or The Health Chart
(The Health Depot Inc. dba) Miami Beach
Fitting's Citrus Fruit (Field Citrus, Inc. dba) Ft. Pierce
Flamingo Gardens, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale
Flora-Dale Fruit Shippers Ft. Lauderdale
Florida Peach Corporation Belleview
Flower Mart of Hialeah
(Croysdale, Inc. dba) Hialeah
Frank's Fruit Shoppe Belleview
Frank's Grove Lake Worth
Friendship House, Inc. Miami
Fruit Basket, The Pompano Beach
Fruit Circus, Inc. Miami
Gateway Farmers Market Opa Locka
Gentry's Fruits & Juices (OGJ, Inc. dba) South Daytona
George & Frances Fruit Shoppe Hollywood
Giordano's Produce City and/or
Giordano's Wholesale Fruit North Miami Beach
Gray's Orange Barn (Gray's Groves, Inc. dba) Lady Lake
Greene's of Hollywood Hollywood
Gregory's Citrus, Inc. San Antonio
Grien Lake Highlands Groves, Inc. Weirsdale
Hansen's Indian River Fruit, A. P. Ft. Pierce
Hayes-Gordy Groves Ft. Pierce
*Heavenly Fruit South Miami
Hilliard Citrus Vero Beach
Hilliard Groves, Inc. Ft. Pierce
Horn's Nutrition World Boca Raton
*Howies Miami
Hudd's Citrus Oklawaha
Huff, Jr. Groves Inc., O.D. and/or
Orange Lake Citrus Shop Mclntosh
*Hypoluxo Groves Lake Worth
Igler Groves, Math (Bergouignan & Sons, Inc. dba) Ft. Lauderdale
Iris Orange Barn Ruskin
J's Fruit & Souvenirs Thonotosassa
J & D Fruits and/or JoAnns Fruit Packing House Oxford
Jack's Courtesy Gift Shop Miami Beach
Jake's Fruit & Vegetable Market, Inc. Clermont
Jan's Fruit Shippers (T-Shirts, Inc. dba) Miami Beach
Jayhawk Groves (Jayhawk
Investments Corp. dba) Pompano Beach
K & S Groves Fruit & Gift Shop Winter Haven
K M Fruit Stand Tequesta
Kasting Groves Dunedin
*Key Biscayne Gift Shop Key Biscayne
Key Groves Ft. Lauderdale
Kimbee Farms a Div. of Phillips Honey Co. Lake Wales
Knollwood Groves, Inc. Boynton Beach
L & F Groves, Inc. Clermont
Lady Bug, The Sarasota
Lake Kersey Groves, Inc. Dade City
Le Mac Bonded Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Leckie's Tropic Fruit Edgewater
Loveland Groves, Inc. Edgewater
Luffman, A. C. Oklawaha
Mack's Groves, Inc. Pompano Beach
Mack's Orange Bowl Tarpon Springs
Manatee River Groves, Inc. Bradenton
Marion's Fruit Shippers Miami
Mary's Orange Shop-Cross Creek Groves Hawthorne


DEALER


LOCATION









Milton & Acuff, Inc. Eustis
Murphy Groves Alva
*Naples Fruitland, Inc. Naples
New River Groves Ft. Lauderdale
Old Timer's Fruit Leesburg
Orange Box, Inc., The Bradenton
Osceola Fruit Distributors and/or Orange Bus Kissimmee
Palm Beach Groves Lantana
Pan American Groves & Farms, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale
Parkesdale Farms Dover
Pearl's Gifts and/or Pearl's Bonded Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Pelc Fruit Palace Zephyrhills
Pete's Juice Bar, Inc. Pompano Beach
Poke & Tote and/or Joanne's Produce and/or
Boyt Brothers Zephyrhills
Pulitzer Groves Ft. Pierce
Qualy's Hobby Fruit House, Hal Clearwater
Quinns Wayside Fruit & Gift Shop Pompano Beach
Reed's Fruit & Juice and/or
Orangeland of Florida Weirsdale
Reese Groves Palm Beach
Ridgewood Groves Boynton Beach
Riviera Groves and Packing House, Inc. Riviera Beach
Robinson Groves Indiantown
Royal Groves Miami
Ruth's Juice Bar & Gifts, Inc. Miami Beach
Rye's Gift Shop Ft. Lauderdale
S & S Gift Shop and/or Reynolds Groves Belleview
Sandy's Drugs, Inc. Miami Beach
Schroeder's Grove Sarasota
Seminole Trading Post Inc. Wildwood
*Shelley's Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Silver Springs Groves, Inc. Citra
Sley's Florida Fresh Fruit Packers Weirsdale
Southern Palm Farms Dania
Southwind Trading Post Inc. Lady Lake
Spanish Gold Groves Pompano Beach
Spyke's Groves Ft. Lauderdale
Starke Fruit Company Ft. Lauderdale
Sunny Boy Groves, Inc. Eustis
Sunshine Citrus Corporation Ft. Lauderdale
Threlkel Florist, Jim (Ancris Corp. dba) Ft. Lauderdale
Todd's Fruit Shipper Coral Gables
Tonnie's Florist New Port Richey
Trade Winds Groves West Palm Beach
Trader Ben's Leesburg
Tropical Fruit Shop Palm Beach
Tropical Gift Fruit Shipper Sarasota
Tropicana Fruit Shippers, Inc. Miami Beach
Vachon Citrus, H. Ft. Pierce
Vachon Groves, Inc., A. Ft. Pierce
Wells-Hammock Groves Tavares
Wildwood Trading Post Inc. Wildwood
*Williams Fruit & Gift Shop Ormond Beach
*Williams Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
*Wise Fruit Company, Not Inc. Sarasota
Wometco Citrus Tower Packing House
(Wometco Enterprises, Inc. dba) Clermont
Wray Flamingo Orange Groves, Inc., Floyd L., and/or
Wood Citrus Corner (Floyd L. Wray Flamingo Orange
Groves, Inc. dba) Ft. Lauderdale
Zalis & Son, Joe Miami


LOCATION


DEALER







1976-1977 Citrus Fruit Dealer's Licenses cancelled per Dealer's
request (*), Suspended by Commissioner's Order for failure to post
New or Additional Bond (**), failure to comply with
Commissioner's Order directing payment (***)


DEALER
*Allsun Juices, Inc.
**Big Orange Shop
*Blue Heron Gift House, Inc.
*Casella's
***Florida National Citrus Sales, Inc.
**G. L. G. Florida Citrus Sales
**Growers Marketing Service, Inc.
*Growers Processing Service, Inc.
*Hilliard, Willie
*Horvath Groves, The
*Indian River Processors, Inc.
*Jerry's Fruit Shipping
**Jones Citrus, J. A.
*Mac Carthy's Fruit Shippers
**Paramore, Willie A.
*Redd Orange Concentrates, Inc.
*Robinson Groves
***Smith, Howard
*Tropical Treats Fruit Shop
*Venetian Gardens Market


LOCATION
Highland City
Leesburg
Sarasota
Ft. Lauderdale
Gainesville
Orlando
Lakeland
Highland City
Orlando
Maitland
Vero Beach
Lauderdale Lakes
Vero Beach
Ft. Lauderdale
Orlando
Lakeland
Indiantown
Orlando
Delray Beach
Nokomis







Citrus Fruit Dealers' Licenses were issued to all Citrus Shippers and
Canners listed elsewhere in this annual report, and also to the
following:
All Bond Exempt Citrus Fruit Dealers indicated by an asterisk (*)


DEALER
A B C Fruit Company
*A. J. Sales Company
Adams Fruit Company, Inc.
Adams Packing Association, Inc.
*Adam's Produce
*Adams, Sr., Robert Jeff
Adolph's Westchester News
*Afentul, George S.
*Affiliated of Florida, Inc.
Airport Fruit Shippers, A Div. of
Terminal Shop, Inc.
Airport Groves
Albert's Fashions in Flowers
*Albertson International, Inc.
*Albertson Peninsular Products
Albritton Fruit Co., Not Inc., K. B.
Alcoma Packing Co., Inc.
Alderman Properties, Inc.
Alex's Packing House
Alexander & Baird Co., Inc.
Algozzini Fruit Gift Shop
All In a Nutshell Boutique
Allen Groves and/or You-Pick-Em, Paul
Allen Grove Service, Inc.
Allen, Jessie
Allen's Grove
*Allied Purveyors, Inc.
Allsun Juices, Inc.
Aloha Gift Shop
Alphabet, Inc., The
Alturas Citrus Fruit Co., Inc.
Alturas Packing Co., Inc.
Alvarez Fruit Dealer, Inc.
*Amado Quality Fruit
*Ambassador Citrus of Florida
*American Fruit Purveyors, Inc.
American International Food Corp.
American Orange Corporation
Angelina, Inc.
Angie's Groves
*Antelo, Sixto
Anthony's Florist & Gifts, Inc.
Anthony's Groves
*Apollo Fruits and Juices, Inc.
Apopka Fruit Co.
Apostolos, Nick
Apshawa Groves, Inc.
Ardmore Farms, Inc.
Arendas Groves
*Arias Produce
Armstrong Bros. Fruit
Armstrong Groves, Inc.
Armstrong's Fruit Stand
Around The World Gourmet
Associated Fruit Packers, Inc. and/or
McSweeney Groves


LOCATION

Orlando
Orlando
Winter Haven
Auburndale
Goulds
Ft. Pierce
Miami
Ft. Pierce
Tampa

Miami
Sarasota
Hollywood
Orlando
Cape Canaveral
Sarasota
Lake Wales
Orlando
Dania
DeLand
Hobe Sound
DeBary
Palm Harbor
Lakeland
Orlando
Dunedin
Miami
Highland City
Marathon
Sarasota
Alturas
Bartow
Altamonte Springs
Miami
Orlando
Miami Beach
Arcadia
Wauchula
Miami Beach
Hollywood
Miami Beach
Miami
West Palm Beach
Pensacola
Apopka
Daytona Beach
Clermont
DeLand
Vero Beach
Miami
Yulee
New Port Richey
Callahan
Belleair Bluffs

Oklawaha









Associated Gift Shops, Inc. Key Biscayne
*Associated Grocers of Florida, Inc. Miami
Athens Gift Shop Ormond Beach
Athens Tropical Fruits & Novelties Miami Beach
Atkins Fruit Basket Sanibel Island
Atlantic Fruit Shipper Ft. Lauderdale
Atlantic Sundries, Inc. Miami
Attache Motel Sundry Shop Miami
Austin Fruit Co. Not Inc., E. D. Umatilla
Austin, George H. Alva
Avellino's Farms Miami
Aztec Motel Sundry Shop Miami Beach
B & B Farms, Inc. Vero Beach
B & B Fruit Co., Inc. Umatilla
B & C Fruit Market St. Petersburg
B & C Sundries Ft. Lauderdale
B & M Groves Winter Haven
B & R Harvesting Weirsdale
B & W Canning Co., Inc. Groveland
B & W Fruit Market Tallahassee
B-Hive Sanibel
B C B Fruit Co. Winter Haven
Babbitt's Inc. Ft. Lauderdale
Bady, Coleman Young Orlando
Bagdad Gifts, Inc. Miami Beach
Bahia Mar Fruit Shippers Ft. Lauderdale
Bahia Mar Gift Shop Ft. Lauderdale
Bailes, Ronald W. Orlando
*Bailey Produce Co., Not Inc., Claude Pensacola
Bailey, R. M. Winter Haven
Bailey's General Store Sanibel
Baker's Fruit & Vegetable Market Ocala
Bal Harbour Regency Hotel Corp. Bal Harbour
Balee's Fruit Shippers Lauderdale by the Sea
Banana House, The Charlotte Harbor
Barber Groves St. Petersburg
Barber Temple Orange Co., Not Inc. Clearwater
Barden & Jones Fruit Co., Not Inc. Jupiter
Barfield Groves Polk City
Barrington, Whitfield Osteen
Barton's Candy & Gift Shop Miami Beach
Barton's Candy Shop (Sweet Shop, Inc. dba) North Miami Beach
Barton's Lincoln Road Miami Beach
Barton's of Coral Gables (Sonisol Imports, Inc. dba) Coral Gables
Barton's of Surfside (M.G.S., Inc.dba) Surfside
Basinger's Orange Shop Waldo
Baskin Groves, Sy Vero Beach
*Bass & Swaggerty Daytona Beach
Battaglia Fruit Co., Inc. Winter Garden
Beach Fruit & Gifts, Norman Ruskin
Beach Fruit Shipper & Gifts Deerfield Beach
Beach's Orange Shop Leesburg
Beacon Gift Shop Ft. Myers Beach
Beasley, Harvey Ft. Pierce
Beau Rivage Fruit Shoppe Miami Beach
Becker Indian River Fruit Co., Inc. Ft. Pierce
Bel-Air Groves, Inc. Ft. Pierce
Belitz-Dora Groves, Inc. Maitland
Belks Dept. Store and/or Belk Lindsey of Britton
and/or William Henry Dept. Store St. Petersburg
Bell Fruit Co., Inc. Brooksville


DEALER


LOCATION









Belleview Growers Packing Co. Belleview
Benjamin, Andrew Orlando
Bennion's Citrus & Produce Market Sebring
Benson Groves, Inc. Orlando
Bentley Brothers, Inc. Winter Haven
Berg, C. J. Lighthouse Point
*Berry & Co., Inc., Jack M. Vero Beach
Berry Citrus Products Inc. Winter Haven
*Berry Grove Corp., Jack M. Winter Haven
Best Wishes of Boca, Inc. Boca Raton
Bettes Fruit Basket St. Augustine
Bielling Harvesting Weirsdale
Big Apple, The Miami
Big Chip's Fruit Store Miami Beach
Big Irv's Farmers Market Hallandale
Bilbrey Fruit Co., Not Inc., L. C. Winter Haven
Bilgore & Co., Inc., David and/or Bilgore Groves Clearwater
Bill's Citrus Fruits Wauchula
Bill's Fruit and Gift Shop Cape Coral
Bill's Produce Company, Inc. Hollywood
Biscayne Groves, Inc. Miami
Bishop, Howard Dempsey Eloise
Bittner, Norbert S. Eustis
Bivins, Carl Edward Orlando
Black Ostrich, The and/or Carols Gift Shop Clearwater Beach
Blackwelder Groves Haines City
*Bliss, Jim Tampa
Blood's Hammock Groves Delray Beach
Blossom Shoppe Florist Inc. Boynton Beach
Blue Dolphin Florida City
Blue Goose Growers, Inc. Vero Beach
Blue Heron Gift Fruit Shippers, Inc. Sarasota
*Blue Key Growers, Inc. Jacksonville
Blue, Leo Crescent City
Blue Point Shop Daytona Beach Shores
Bob's Corner Ice Cream Shoppe Lighthouse Point
Boca Cheese Shop, Inc. Boca Raton
Boca Fruit Shippers Boca Raton
Boca Raton Flowers & Fruit, Inc. Boca Raton
Bolden, Irving Altamonte Springs
Bolin, J. T. Orlando
Bonding Corporation of America Miami
*Bone Farms Sebring
Book Place, The Stuart
*Borden, Inc. Dairy & Services-Southern Div. Houston, Texas
Bordo Citrus Products Cooperative Winter Haven
Boree Industries, Inc. Okeechobee
*Boris Co., Not Inc., I Pompano Beach
Botner, W. H. Winter Haven
*Botsko Groves Homestead
Boudrias Groves Ft. Pierce
Bouquet Shoppe, The Hollywood
Bourn Packing Co., Inc., W. D. Ft. Pierce
Boutwell, R. E. Lakeland
Bowen Brothers, Inc. Winter Haven
Boxwood Groves Vero Beach
Boyer Company, Inc. Lady Lake
Boyett's Grove Brooksville
Boynton Fruit Basket Boynton Beach
Bradford Grove Service, Inc., Wade Winter Garden
Braun Fruit Packers, Inc. DeLand


LOCATION


DEALER







DEALER
Braun's Fruit & Gift Shop
Brevard Produce Co., Inc.
Brickell Bay Sundry Shop, Inc.
Bridges, Eddie
Brill's Fruit Shippers and/or Simon Bonded
Fruit Shippers (Brills Inc. dba)
Brinkley's Market Place, Inc.
Britt Trust, T. M.
Brookside Farm & Groves
*Brooksville Citrus Growers Association
Brothers Drugs, Inc.
Brothers Groves, Inc.
Broward Fruit Co. and/or Osceola Groves
and/or Sunstream Groves
Brown, Robert
Brown, Inc., M. E.
Brown, Jr., Roy
Brownlee, J. O.
Brownlee, Jerome E.
Bryan Groves Packing Co.
Buccaneer Inn Corporation
Buchanan's Fruit Stand
Buck Creek Groves
Buffet Bazaar (World Market Imports Inc. dba)


LOCATION
Bonita Springs
Merntt Island
Miami
Orlando

Miami Beach
Palm Beach
Winter Garden
Sarasota
Brooksville
Boca Raton
Lake Park

Rockledge
Lakeland
Bowling Green
Crescent City
Plant City
Ft. Pierce
Umatilla
Sarasota
Arcadia
Ellenton
Key Biscayne


*Bunnell, G. W. Orlando
Burch, Selby Winter Garden
Burdine's Div. of Federated Dept. Stores, Inc. Miami
Burleson Hauling Oklawaha
*Burnett & Sons Inc., C. R. Palmetto
Burnett's Fruit Farm Bradenton
Burney & Sons Harvesting Haines City
Busbee & Wilkins, Inc. Groveland
Busch Gardens (Anheuser-Busch, Inc. dba) Tampa
Bush, Harry R. Orlando
Butler, Eddie Plymouth
*Butler Groves Tampa
Byrons Enterprises, Inc., J (A wholly owned
Subsidiary of Jack Eckerd Corp.) Miami
C M C Citrus Harvesting Corp. LaBelle
Cady's Grove Sarasota
Cafe Deli, The Ft. Lauderdale
Cake Novelties (Va-Co., Inc. dba) Jacksonville
Caldwell, Leslie D. and/or Caldwell's House of Citrus Auburndale
*Callaway Groves, Inc. Leesburg
*Callery-Judge Grove West Palm Beach
*Callif & Son, Herbert Dania
Caloosa River Groves Ft. Myers
Camera World (Fi-La-Gro Corp. dba) Hallandale
*Camp, Charles Beverly Hills
Campbell & Sons Fruit Co., Inc. Winter Haven
Campbell, Daniel A. Vero Beach
Campbell, W. Ft. Pierce
Campbell's Fruit Dealer (Barney Campbell dba) Orlando
Candee Cane Varieties (Tomag Corp. dba) Miami Beach
Candy Bowl, The Hollywood
Candy Casa Too Madeira Beach
Candy Nosh Lauderdale Lakes
Candy Queen, The Key West
Candy Sales (B & S Sales, Inc. dba) Miami Beach
Cape Coral Gifts & Fruit Cape Coral
Capri Fruit Shippers & Gifts (Ruthi-Sue, Inc. dba) Miami Beach







DEALER LOCATION
Card & Gift Gallery, The Boca Raton
Card World of Sunrise Golf Village, Inc. Plantation
Card World Stores of Jacaranda, Inc. Plantation
Carey's Miami
*Caribe Produce Wholesaler Corp. Miami
Carl's Fruit Stand Thonotosassa
Carl's Pier I, Inc. Ft. Myers Beach
Carlton-Eason Fruit Company, Not Inc. Wauchula
Carlton Fruit Co. Wauchula
Carlton, William M. Lacoochee
*Carnival Fruit Co. Miami Beach
Caro & Longo Wholesale Produce Co., Inc. Ft. Lauderdale
Carol's Cards (Buy-Rite, Drugs Inc. dba) Lantana
Carter & Wiley Fruit Co., Not Inc. Polk City
Carter Fruit Company Lakeland
Carter Fruit Co., Not Inc. Ft. Lauderdale
Caryn Hallmark Shop Delray Beach
Casanaves Gourmet Shop Palm Beach
Casella's Juice Bar (Hobert Mining &
Const. Co. Inc. dba) Ft. Lauderdale
Casey's (Thomas Edison Casey dba) Yulee
Casey's, B. (Thomas Edison Casey, III dba) Yulee
Casino Drug & Sundry Shop Lake Worth
Casper's Indian River Fruit Market Ormond Beach
Cassens Grove Service, Inc. Ft. Pierce
Castaways Gift Shop (Hollywood Cosmetic &
Sundry Shop, Inc. dba) Miami Beach
Castillo's Ruskin Fruit & Vegetable Market Ruskin
Cathy's Indian River Fruit Lake Monroe
Caulkins Indiantown Citrus Co. Indiantown
Cauthen's Groves Bradenton
Cavallaro, John Sebring
*Central Florida Produce, Inc. Sanford
Certi-Fine Fruit Compnay, Inc. Ocoee
*Certified Grocers of Florida, Inc. Ocala
*CFIR Sales (Citrus From Indian River Sales, Inc. dba) Vero Beach
Chamberlin Gift Fruit Shipper, R. H., and/or
R. H. Chamberlin's Village Orange Crate Sharpes
Chapman Fruit & Scales Co., Not Inc. Orlando
Chapman Fruit Co., Inc. Wauchula
Charles Harvesting Ft. Lauderdale
Charm House Hollywood
Charma Shop, The Ft. Lauderdale
Cheese Shop, Inc., The Belleair Bluffs
Cheryl's Fruit Palace, Inc. Winter Haven
Cheryl's Gifts & Cards (Rominame, Inc. dba) Hollywood
Chisholm, A. P. Apopka
Church Fruit Co., Not Inc., O. W.
& Church's Market Orlando
Church, L. A. Orlando
Circle K Fruit Market Tampa
Circus Land West Palm Beach
Citra Trading Post Citra
*Citro Florida, Inc. Frostproof
*Citrus Abroad, Inc. Bradenton
Citrus Associates, Inc. Winter Haven
Citrus Belle LaBelle
Citrus Box Minneola
*Citrus Central, Inc. Orlando
*Citrus Club Sales Orlando
Citrus Corral Corporation Winter Haven









Citrus Fruit Services, Inc. Leesburg
Citrus Grove Development Co., Inc. Babson Park
Citrus Harvesting & Sales of Florida, Inc. Windermere
Citrus Korner (Bonded Shipper) Deerfield Beach
Citrus Marketers, Inc. Tavares
Citrus Services, Inc. Windermere
Citrus Shop, The Clermont
Citrus Tree, The Panama City
Citrus World, Inc. Lake Wales
Citrusland Winter Haven
*Clear Lake Fruit Co., Not Inc. Orlando
Clenney, Jeril R. Avon Park
Cline, J. T. Lakeland
Cline, R. N. Lakeland
Coarsey Groves Gift Shop
(Baker Coarsey Enterprises dba) Tampa
Cobbs Cupboard Miami Beach
Cobbs Florida Cupboard Miami Beach
Cobbs of the Fontainbleau (Steffen
Holding Co., Inc. dba) Miami
Coca-Cola Company Foods Division, The Auburndale
Coco Cabana Delray Beach
Coleman, John T. & Eva Mae Coleman Winter Garden
*Collins, Harold Thonotosassa
Collins Produce Jacksonville
Colonial Cheese & Gourmet Shop
(Colonial Enterprises, Inc. dba) Naples
Colonial Inn Lobby Shop (L.R.M., Inc. dba) Miami Beach
Conch Corner Key West
Congdon, F. Sterling Haines City
Conoley Fruit Harvester, Inc. Orlando
Conoley-Red Hill Grove Co., Not Inc. Orlando
Conrad, Cecil R. Kissimmee
Cook & Sons Enterprises, Inc., B. C. Haines City
*Cooke Citrus Sales, Inc., Max Winter Park
Cookie Palace Margate
Coral Ridge Supermarket, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale
Cordially Yours Palm Beach
Cottom Fruit Company, Not Inc. Yalaha
Cottom's Farmers Market Hialeah
*Couch Groves Clearwater
Couch, Nicholas K. Winter Haven
Country Candy Store Orlando
Country Health Store North Miami
Cove Card & Gift Shop Deerfield Beach
Craft Corral Kissimmee
*Cravero Bros. Produce Co. Miami
Crawford Drug & Beachwear
(West Cosmetic Shop, Inc. dba) Miami Beach
Crayton Cove Gourmet Naples
Crews, Inc., C. Elton Avon Park
Crisafulli Groves, Ben Merritt Island
Crittenden Fruit Company, Inc. Groveland
Cromartie, Grady Kissimmee
Crosby Fruit Harvesting, Paul Largo
Crosby, Ralph (Dorothy G. Crosby Exec. of
Estate of Ralph Crosby dba) San Mateo
*Crosby-Wartmann Packing Co., Inc. Citra
Crossley, J. A. Ruskin
Crugar Fruit Co., Not Inc. (Crews & Garcia Inc. dba) Tampa
Crum, Bob Brandon


DEALER


LOCATION









Crutchfield & Sons, Inc. Sebring
*Cruz, Eliberto R. Miami
*Cullen & Co., Inc., J. L. Jacksonville
*Cumberland Farms (Cumberland Farms
Food Stores, Inc. dba) Canton, Mass.
Cunningham, Clarence Zellwood
Curbside Gardens South, Inc. Miami
Cushman Fruit Co., Inc. West Palm Beach
Custom Agricultural Service, Inc. Vero Beach
Custom Citrus Packing Co., Inc. Ft. Pierce
Cypress Gardens Citrus Shop and/or The Citrus Carrousel
and/or A & E Groves and/or
Pipping Groves and/or
Fern Grill Fruit Co., Not Inc. and/or
White Heron Groves (Alexander
Warren, III dba) Cypress Gardens
Cypress Gardens Triangle Cypress Gardens
D & D Gifts Lakeland
D & E Fruit Winter Garden
D & S Fruits & Gifts Daytona Beach
D J Citrus Inc. Ft. Pierce
DJS Gifts Palm Harbor
*D N E Sales, Inc. Ft. Pierce
*D'Albora Co., J. V. Cocoa
Dairy Service Corp. Brooksville
Dal Don Produce, Inc. Clermont
Dancy Groves Ft. Pierce
Dania Discount Drugs, Inc. Dania
Davenport, Kay North Miami Beach
David's Sunshine Citrus (Bernie's Citrus Inc., dba) Rockledge
*Davidson Brothers Daytona Beach
Davidson Citrus Fruit Dundee
Davis & Gaines, Inc. Frostproof
Davis Brothers, Inc. Frostproof
Davis Fruit Company, Not Inc. Wauchula
*Davis, Inc., Neal L. Lake Wales
Daylight Grocery Co., Inc. Jacksonville
Daytona Shells & Curios Daytona Beach
DeSoto Groves, & Development, Inc. Arcadia
DeWitt Citrus Groves Lakeland
Dean Properties Lakeland
Dean, Sr., Wayne P. Clermont
Deauville Fruit & Gift Shop, Inc. Miami Beach
*Deckman Produce, Not Inc.
(E.M. Deckman & Sons, Inc. dba) Jacksonville
Deerfield Groves Co. Wabasso
Delano Smoke & Gift Shop Miami Beach
Dick's Fruit Shed Holly Hill
Dickinson's of Florida, Inc. Dania
Dickinson's of Oceanside (Yanae Corp. dba) Pompano Beach
Dickinson's of Sea Ranch Lauderdale-by-the-Sea
Dicks, Inc. L. Dundee
Dillard Grove Service, Inc., B. E. Eustis
*Dimond-Tager Company Tampa
Diplomat Flower Shop (Hasam Realty Corp. dba) Hollywood
Discount Fruit World Davenport
Dixie Harvesting Mascotte
Dompe, A. G. Crescent City
Donley & Sons Harvesting, Inc., Lester Winter Haven
Donley Harvesting, Inc., Eager W. and/or Hester Davenport
Donsgrove Davie


DEALER


LOCATION







DEALER

Doral Sundry Shop (Interamerican
Enterprises, Inc. dba)
Doric Foods Corporation
Dome's Gift World & Fruit Shippers
(Dorne's Inc. dba)
Dorothy's Candy Shoppe
Driftwood Fruit Co.
Driggers, William O.
Drugworld Fruit Shipping
Duda & Sons Cooperative Association, A.
dba A. Duda & Sons Cooperative Association
and/or Daybreak Farms
Duncan Gift Fruit
Dundee Citrus Growers Association
Dunes Gift Shop
Dunson Harvesting, Inc.
Dunson, Sr., L. W.
Dunson, Jr., Leslie W.
Dyess Groves
*Earls Produce, C. W.
*East Coast Fruit Co., Not Inc.
East Coast Packers, Inc.
*Eastern Marketing Service, Inc.
Eaton's Fruit Stand
Eckerd Corp., Jack
*Economy International, Inc.
Economy Packing Co.
*Edwards & Chapman Produce Co., Inc.
Edwards Groves, Inc.
Edwards Packing Co.
Edwards Produce Co., Inc.
Egan, Fickett & Co.
Egan, Fickett Fort Pierce, Inc.
Egan-Swain (Egan, Fickett & Co. &
Swain Groves, Inc. dba)
Eick, John A.
*El Morro Food. Dist. Inc.
*Elfers Citrus Growers Association
Elliott's Market
Ellis Fruit and Gifts
Ellis Fruit Store
Emanuel Co., Inc., C. W. The
Emanuel Fruit Buyers
Emerald Packing Co., Inc.
Emporium V
Endelman Fruit Shipper, Harvey
Epicure Market, Inc.
*Erneston and Sons, Inc., Chris
Esper Products Deluxe
Esposito Groves
Estero River Groves, Inc.
Estes Fishing Camp, Inc.
Estes Grove Service Co.
Eustis Fruit Co., Inc.
Evans Fruit, R. A.
Evans Packing Company
Everglades Botanical Services, Inc.
Everglades Gatorland
Evors, J. B.
Exotic Gardens, Inc., The
Exotic Nursery


LOCATION


Miami
Mt. Dora

Miami Beach
Boca Raton
Vero Beach
Leesburg
Hallandale


Oviedo
Lakeland
Dundee
Miami Beach
Winter Haven
Winter Haven
Winter Haven
Ft. Myers
Orlando
Jacksonville
Ft. Pierce
Bartow
Zellwood
Clearwater
Ft. Pierce
Ft. Pierce
Tallahassee
Lakeland
Lakeland
Miami
Ft. Pierce
Ft. Pierce

Ft. Pierce
Sanford
Miami Beach
Palm Harbor
Haines City
Holly Hill
Daytona Beach
Vero Beach
Orlando
Orlando
Miami Beach
Hallandale
Miami Beach
West Palm Beach
Kissimmee
Ft. Pierce
Estero
Islamorada
Winter Haven
Eustis
DeLand
Dade City
Ft. Lauderdale
South Bay
Wauchula
Miami
Tampa









Exum Groves Wildwood
*F & C Wholesale Produce Miami
F & L Fruit & Gifts Starke
Family Newstand, The Miami
Far & Near Gifts Key Colony Beach
Farah Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
*Farmbest Foods, Inc. Jacksonville Beach
*Farmer's Market Pensacola
*Farmers Mart Pompano Beach
*Farmers Potato Distributing Co., Inc. Jacksonville
Fawn of Fairfield Fairfield
Fay's Grove Citra
Ferris Groves and/or Health Chart
(The Health Depot Inc. dba) Miami Beach
Ferris Groves and/or Sunshine State Parkway
Citrus Products Shop #7 Floral City
Ferris Groves, Dadeland Miami
Fifth Avenue Card Shop Lauderdale Lakes
Fig Tree, The Deerfield Beach
Fitting's Citrus Fruit (Field Citrus, Inc. dba) Ft. Pierce
Flamingo Gardens, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale
Flamingo Gift Shop North Miami Beach
Flanagan's Fruit Co., Not Inc. Merritt Island
*Flavors From Florida, Inc. Highland City
Fletcher Fruit Harvesting, Cecil Apopka
Flo-Mac Juice Barn, The Winter Haven
Flora-Dale Fruit Shippers Ft. Lauderdale
Florida Agricultural Marketing Association Gainesville
*Florida Citrus Exports, Inc. Orlando
Florida Citrus Groves Corporation Clermont
Florida Citrus Juices, Inc. Tampa
*Florida Citrus Products Exchange Plymouth
*Florida Citrus Sales, Inc. Lake Alfred
*Florida Direct Ft. Pierce
Florida Farm Supply Store Orlando
Florida Food Products, Inc. Eustis
*Florida Fresh Citrus Sales, Inc. Winter Garden
Florida Fruit Co., Not Inc. (Florida Produce Inc. dba) Miami
Florida Fruit Managers, Inc. Leesburg
Florida Fruit Shippers Ft. Pierce
Florida Gift Shop (Dorbarry Shops, Inc. dba) Miami Beach
Florida Gold Fruit Co. Not Inc. Ft. Ogden
Florida Home Juice Co. Avon Park
Florida House, The Lake Wales
Florida Juice Div. Orange Blossom Products, Inc. Miami
Florida Orange Corporation Lakeland
*Florida Orange Marketers, Inc. Orlando
*Florida Orange Packers Weirsdale
Florida Peach Corporation Belleview
Florida Pride Citrus Products Bartow
Florida Prime Products (Florida Prime Investors, Inc. dba) Orlando
*Florida Refreshment Centers, Inc. Lakeland
Florida Sip, Inc. Plant City
Florida Sunshine Citrus Winter Haven
Flower Box, The Oakland Park
Flower Cart, The Sarasota
Flower Cart Gift Shop, The Boca Raton
Flower Mart of Hialeah (Croysdale, Inc. dba) Hialeah
Flower Shoppe, The New Port Richey
Floyd, Dan C. Orlando
*Fort Pierce Growers Association Ft. Pierce


DEALER


LOCATION








DEALER
Fort, The (Ft. Walton Land &
Development Co., Inc. dba)
Forty Acre Ranch
Four Winds Gift Shop & The Four Winds
(Four Winds, Inc. dba)
Four Winds, The
Fraine, George T.
Fran's Gift Shop
Francway, Winfred R.
Frank's Fruit Shoppe
Frank's Groves
Fred & Margie's Fruit World
Freddy's
Freeman & Sons, Inc., P. H.
Freeman, B. (A.J. Higginbotham dba)
Freese Fruit Harvesting, James B.
Fresh Picked Fruit Services and/or
Chesnutt's Florida Gift Packs
Friendship House, Inc.
Front Page, Inc., The
Fruit Basket, The
Fruit Basket, The
Fruit Bowl, Inc.
Fruit Bowl of Dadeland, Inc.
Fruit Bowl of Lauderhill, Inc., The
Fruit Circus, Inc.
*Fruit Distributing Co., Inc. of Florida
Fruit Hut
Fruit World & Gift Shop
*Fruits of Four Seasons, Inc.
Fulford's Fruit Market
Furnari Groves
G & M Enterprises
G & R Fruit & Gift Shop
G & S Packing Company, Inc.
Gables Mailman, The
Gaines Groves
Gandy Groves
Garden Fresh Produce
*Garden Gold Foods, Inc.
Gardner, J. T.
Gardner, Richard
Garner's Indian River Fruit Co., Not Inc.
Gateway Farmer's Market
Gayfer & Co., Inc., C. J.
*Gem Groves (Gemini Groves, Inc. dba)
General Foods Corporation
Genie The Fruit Shipper
Gentry's Fruits & Juices (OGJ, Inc. dba)
Gentry's Gift Shop, Inc.
George & Frances Fruit Shoppe
Geri Bees Originals
Get Juiced (Margery Logan Klein dba)
*Gieberg Super Market, Bob
Gift of Gab, Inc.
Giftorama
Gifts Etc., Inc.
Gilliard, Jr., Henry David
Giordano's Produce City and/or
Giordano's Wholesale Fruit
Global Fruit Shippers


LOCATION


Ft. Walton Beach
Lakeland

Largo
Islamorada
Eagle Lake
Palm Beach
Auburndale
Belleview
Lake Worth
Estero
Miami Beach
Winter Garden
Leesburg
Winter Haven

Orlando
Miami
Miami
St. Cloud
Pompano Beach
Miami Beach
Miami
Lauderhill
Miami
Pensacola
Lake Placid
St. Cloud
Lakeland
Inverness
Merritt Island
Pompano Beach
Sanford
Weirsdale
Coral Gables
Bradenton
Vero Beach
Hollywood
Tampa
Largo
Orlando
Palm Beach
Opa Locka
Clearwater
St. Petersburg
Winter Haven
Plantation
South Daytona
Ormond Beach
Hollywood
Venice
Ocala
Lake City
Miami Beach
Marathon Shores
Ft. Lauderdale
Wauchula

North Miami Beach
North Miami










Goldberger, Louis Hollywood
Golden Flower Babson Park
Golden Gem Growers, Inc. Umatilla
*Golden "100" (Seco Dairies of Fla. Inc. dba) DeLand
Golden River International (DISC-Golden
River Packing Co. dba) Vero Beach
Golden River Packing Co. Vero Beach
Golden Strand Sundry Shop Miami Beach
Golden Triangle Fruit Co., Inc. Eustis
Gomez, Luis S. Hollywood
Goochland Gardens, Inc. Ft. Meade
Good Life, The (S & F Traxler & Sons, Inc. dba) Naples
Goodrich & Son, Inc., Leslie Wabasso
Gouda Groves Ft. Pierce
Gourmet Delite of the Palm Beaches, Inc. Palm Beach Shores
Gourmet Wine & Cheese Shoppes, Inc. Tampa
Gracewood Fruit Co. Vero Beach
Graham Farms Wauchula
Grant, Leonard C. Oak Hill
Grant's Fruit Shop Lake Wales
Grapevine Wine and Cheese Shoppe, The Plantation
Graves Brothers Co. Wabasso
*Graves Brothers International, Inc. Wabasso
Gray's Orange Barn (Gray's Groves, Inc. dba) Lady Lake
Great Fruit Co., Inc., The Sebring
Greek Groves (Jim G. Russakis dba) Ft. Pierce
Green's Gifts Tampa
Greene Groves & Ranch Vero Beach
*Greene Produce, Inc. J. T. Ocala
Greene's of Hollywood Hollywood
Gregory's Citrus, Inc. San Antonio
Grien Lake Highlands Groves, Inc. Weirsdale
Griffin Groves Co., C. V. Howey-in-the-Hills
Griffin, Inc., Ben Hill Frostproof
Grill's Food Market Deerfield Beach
*Groveland Products, Inc. Plant City
Gulf Coast Mail Distribution Industries Clearwater
*Gulf Provision Co., Not Inc. (Mager Corp. dba) Jacksonville
Gulf Stream Fruit Co. Ft. Lauderdale
Gulf View Shops Ft. Myers Beach
*Gulf-Western Food Products Co., Not Inc.
(Gulf-Western Industries, Inc. dba) Fellsmere
Gusar Drug, Inc. Miami Beach
H & J Fruit Winter Garden
H & S Citrus, Inc. Ft. Pierce
*Haber Produce & Tomato Co., Inc. Pensacola
*Hackney Fruit Co., Not Inc. Coral Gables
Haffield Citrus Corp. Vero Beach
Haines City Citrus Growers Association Haines City
Haines, Virginia Brooksville
Hale Indian River Groves, Inc. Wabasso
Hall, Roger B. Bradenton
Hallandale Card & Gift Center (San, Inc. #1 dba) Hallandale
Hallman, James Arcadia
Hallmark Cards & Gifts (Lor-l-Lee
of Florida, Inc. dba) North Miami
Hallmark Card Gallery (Elaine
Enterprises Inc. dba) North Miami Beach
Hammock Fruit & Gift Shop Indian Rocks Beach
Hamrick, David O. Bradenton
Hancock Inc., G. S. Plant City
*Hansen Groves Ft. Pierce


DEALER


LOCATION









Hansen's Indian River Fruit, A. P. Ft. Pierce
Happy Alligator Groves & Pioneer Seminole Groves
(Happy Alligator Groves Inc. dba) Merritt Island
Happy Dolphin, The Anna Maria
Happy House Gift Shoppe Ft. Lauderdale
Harbor Isle Hotel Gift & Sundry North Bay Village
Hardee Citrus Products, Inc. Wauchula
*Hardee Wholesale Produce, Vernon H. Pensacola
Harlan, Montie Orange Lake
Harmic Citrus Sales Ruskin
Harmon Bros., Inc. Winter Haven
Harmon Groves, W. B. Clermont
*Harper Groves New Smyrna Beach
*Harper Wholesale Fruit & Produce Panama City
Harriels Tobacco Shoppe Miami
*Hart Fruit Distributor, Gene Orlando
Hart, John O. Zephyrhills
Hart, Leo Auburndale
Harvesters, Inc., and/or Ulmer Brothers
Fresh Pure Juices Largo
Harvey's County Line Nursery and Fruit Stand Groveland
Harvey's Indian River Groves, Inc. Cocoa
Haven Fruit Co., Inc. Winter Haven
Hawkins Fruit Co., Not Inc., Walter Jacksonville
Hayes Gordy Groves Ft. Pierce
Heavenly Fruit South Miami
Heidrich & Sons, Herman J. Orlando
Heller Bros. Packing Corporation Winter Garden
Hemphill Groves, Inc. Plant City
Henderson Groves Fruit Stand Palm Harbor
Hendry Fruit Co., Inc. LaBelle
Henry's Citrus Groves, Dr. Miami Beach
Henry's Fruitland Tampa
Heritage Florist (Thomas & Compton, Inc. dba) Miami
Herlong & Co., Inc. A. S. Leesburg
Herman's Indian River Fruits Pompano Beach
Hernando Orange Tree Brooksville
Heyward, Harry Orlando
Hi-Acres Concentrate, Inc. Auburndale
Hi Acres Services, Inc. Forest City
Hic's Fruit Stand Lake City
Hickory Farms of Ohio (Shook Enterprises, Inc. dba)St. Petersburg
Hickory Farms of Ohio (Ramsey Enterprises, Inc. dba) Bradenton
Higgins Citrus Lakeland
Higgins, Ernest J. Ocoee
Highland Park Service Company Lake Wales
Highlands Citrus, Inc. Avon Park
*Highlands Growers Cooperative Dade City
Highlands Sundries Pompano Beach
Hill, Jr., Cyrus Orlando
Hill, Eston Lake Wales
Hill Fruit Company, Not Inc. Eloise
*Hill Groves, Inc., J. S. Largo
Hilliard Citrus Vero Beach
Hilliard Groves, Inc. Ft. Pierce
Hills Groves Clearwater
Hinebaugh, Inc., Grover V. Leesburg
Hinson, Robert C. Orlando
Hobe Groves, Incorporated Hobe Sound
Hodges, Perry Groveland
Hoffman's Candy Shoppe Lake Worth


DEALER


LOCATION







DEALER
Hogan and Sons, Inc.
Hogan's Grove Prices
Holiday at Calder Sundry & Gift Shop
Holiday Gift & Fruit Shippers
Holiday Inn Gift Shop #2 of Coral Gables
Holland, Robert S.
*Hollaway's Fruit Stand
Hollieanna Groves Salesroom, Inc.
*Hollingsworth Distributing Co., Inc.
Holloway, Jr., Rufus N.
Holly Hill Fruit Products Co., Inc.
Holmes Fruit Co., Not Inc.
Homestead Floral & Gift Shop
Homosassa Springs, Inc.
Honeybee Cards & Gifts, Inc.
Hood, Inc., H. P.
*Hooper Groves
Hooten, C. L.
Horn's Nutrition World
Horvath Fruit Company, Inc.
Host International, Inc.
House of Baxter
House of Cards, Inc.
House of Delmage, Inc., The
House of Happiness
House of Imports
House of Joys (S. Lipton, Inc. dba)
*Houser's Grove
Howell, Leonard
Howies
Hucksters Fruit & Gift Mart, The
Hudd's Citrus
Hudson Fruit Co., Inc., Hoyette S.
Huff Fruit Company, Not Inc.
Huff, Jr. Groves Inc. O. D. and/or
Orange Lake Citrus Shop
Hull Groves
Hunt Bros. Cooperative
Hunt, James B.
Hunter, Phillips H.
Hurricain Fruit Shippers
Huxter's Market & Delicatessen
Hyatt Fruit Co., Not Inc.
Hypoluxo Groves
*Icy Bird, Inc.
Ida's Fruit Tree
Igler Groves, Math (Bergouignan
& Sons, Inc. dba)
Import Bazaar
*Indian Hills Grove, Inc.
Indian Lake Fruit Co., Inc.
Indian River Associates, Inc.
*Indian River Citrus Sales, Inc.
Indian River Exchange Packers, Inc.
Indian River Foods, Inc.
Indian River Fruit Fair
Indian River Fruit Market
Indian River Packing Company, Inc.
Indiantown Citrus Sales
Indrio Groves, Inc.
Ingram Grove Service, Inc.


LOCATION
Vero Beach
Ft. Pierce
Miami
Hollywood Beach
Coral Gables
Winter Garden
Miami
Maitland
Orlando
Leesburg
Davenport
Lutz
Homestead
Homosassa Springs
Lighthouse Point
Dunedin
Bradenton
Clermont
Boca Raton
Maitland
Tampa
Miami Beach
Lauderdale Lakes
Tampa
Naples
Orlando
North Miami
Melbourne
Lake City
Miami
Ft. Myers
Oklawaha
Orlando
Arcadia

McIntosh
Plant City
Lake Wales
Clermont
Crescent City
Oakland Park
Sanibel
Ft. Lauderdale
Lantana
Plant City
Pompano Beach

Ft. Lauderdale
Madeira Beach
Boynton Beach
Ocoee
Vero Beach
Wabasso
Vero Beach
Ft. Pierce
Ft. Pierce
St. Augustine
Vero Beach
Orlando
Ft. Pierce
Davenport









Ingram Harvesting Citrus Service Bradenton
Ingram's Fruit and Gifts and/or Burd Groves Ft. Pierce
Inland Fruit Co. Leesburg
*lnterex Corporation Longwood
'International A. G., Inc. Miami
International Beer & Wine (Jan & Al's Inc., dba) Miami
*International Commodities Corp. Lakeland
*International Foodservice/Miami, Inc. Hialeah
lona Farm Market Estero
*lppolito Brothers Tampa
Iris Orange Barn Ruskin
Isaac, Roosvelt S. Arcadia
Island Groves Island Grove
Island Hut Bonita Beach
Island Shop, The Key Biscayne
Islander Gift Shop, The Venice
Isle Varieties Madeira Beach
Ivanhoe Lobby Shoppe Miami Beach
Ivey, John Z. Apopka
Ivey's Florida (J.B. Ivey & Co. dba) Orlando
J & B Fruit & Vegetable Market Sarasota
J & D Fruit Dealer Ft. Pierce
J & D Fruits and/or JoAnn Fruits Packing House Oxford
J & R's Buy-Rite, Inc. North Palm Beach
J's Fruit & Souvenirs Thonotosassa
J H C Groves, Inc. Groveland
Jack's Courtesy Gift Shop Miami Beach
Jack's Fruit Co., Not Inc. Bowling Green
Jackson, James Lewis Rockledge
Jacobson Harvesting, Inc., Charles Haines City
Jake's Fruit & Vegetable Market, Inc. Clermont
Jan's Fruit Shippers (T-Shirt Inc. dba) Miami Beach
Jason's Fine Gifts Cape Coral
Jayhawk Groves (Jayhawk
Investments Corp. dba) Pompano Beach
Jaymar Gifts Palm Beach
Jefferson Super Stores (Jefferson Stores, Inc. dba) Miami
Jenkins Fruit Stands Chiefland
Jennings, Holeman Orlando
Jennings Produce Center Delray Beach
Jerry Lake Groves Dunedin
Jil's Florist & Fruit Shipper, Inc. Miami Beach
Jim's Harvesting Co., Not Inc. Clermont
Jim's Market Orlando
Jimmie's Souvenirs Ft. Walton Beach
Jo-el Fashion Jewelry Miami Beach
Joe-Pat's Fruitland Lake Placid
John Brown's (Dallas Smalley dba) Panama City
John's Pass Aquarium Madeira Beach
John's Sundry Shop Lake Worth
Johnny G's Juice Machine Hollywood
Johnny's Fruit & Gift Shippers Ft. Pierce
Johnson Corkscrew Grove Immokalee
Johnson, Jr., Ira Ocoee
Johnson, Marion Orlando
Johnson's Fruit & Gifts St. Augustine
Jones, Clarence Orlando
Jones Fruit, Gill Winter Haven
Jones Fruit Harvesting, B. F. Oviedo
Jones, James T. Winter Garden
Jones, R. W. Sydney


DEALER


LOCATION







DEALER

Jones, Richard M.
Jones & Roberts Fruit & Gifts Co., Inc.
Jordan, Emmett
Jordan Marsh Company
Jordan's Produce
*Joseph's Wholesale Fruits & Produce Co., Inc.
Joyce's Delray News
Juan's Produce
Judah, G. M.
Juice Bowl Products, Inc.
Juice Mill, The
Juli-an Groves
K & S Groves Fruit & Gift Shop
K M Fruit Stand
Kahn Grove Service Company, Inc.
*Kaler Produce Company, Inc.
Kalogridis, Costas
Karst Groves, Not Inc.
Karst, Inc.
*Kash N' Karry Friendly Super Markets
(Tampa Wholesale Co. dba)
Kasting Groves
*Kastner Co., Not Inc., Harold H.
Kazaros, Robert S.
Kelleher's Pan Am Shop, Edna
Kelly & Sons, Inc., Edward A.
Kemp, Ronald W.
*Kendrick, B. D.
Kennedy Groves, Inc.
Kennesaw Fruit Juice Company
Kennesaw Fruit Packers & Shippers, Inc.
Kepler Harvesting
Key Biscayne Gift Shop
Key Groves
Key Largo Floral & Gift Shop
Keystone Feed & Seed
Killarney Fruit Co.
*Killarney Growers Cooperative
Killmon Fruit & Produce, Inc., S. K.
Kimbee Farms, A Division of
Phillips Honey Company
King, Cecil W.
King Gift Fruit, Louise
King, John A.
*King Produce Co., Inc., James E.
Kini Boutique, The
Kirkland Harvesting, R.
Kismet
Kiwanis Club of Sun City Center, Fla., Inc.
*Klef's Groves, Inc.
Knollwood Groves, Inc.
*Kool Kick Corporation
Kraft Foods, Division of Kraftco Corp.
Kruse & Associates, Inc.
L & B Fruit & Sweet Shoppe
L & F Groves, Inc.
L & H Florist
L & H Fruit Co., Inc.
L & M Fruit Co., Inc.
L. S. C., Inc.
La Bodega (Triana, Bogardus Inc. dba)


LOCATION
Wabasso
Ft. Pierce
Altamonte Springs
Miami
Jacksonville
Valdosta, Ga.
Delray Beach
Tampa
Longwood
Lakeland
Winter Park
Orlando
Winter Haven
Tequesta
Sebring
Miami
Winter Haven
Vero Beach
Orlando

Tampa
Dunedin
Sanford
Orlando
Miami Beach
Miami
Winter Haven
Lakeland
Vero Beach
Ft. Lauderdale
Ft. Lauderdale
DeLand
Key Biscayne
Ft. Lauderdale
Key Largo
Tarpon Springs
Killarney
Killarney
Arcadia

Lake Wales
Parrish
Winter Haven
Belle Glade
Dothan, Ala.
North Miami
Vero Beach
Spring Hill
Sun City Center
Boca Raton
Boynton Beach
Highland City
Lakeland
Hialeah
Daytona Beach
Clermont
Miami
Bowling Green
Bartow
Dade City
Port Charlotte







DEALER
LaRoche Fruit & Gifts
Lacy, William R.
Lady Bug, The
Lake Alfred Citrus Cooperative
Lake Alfred Packing Co.
*Lake Alfred Sales, Inc.
Lake Buena Vista Communities, Inc. La
Lake Butler Groves, Inc.
Lake County Citrus Sales, Inc.
*Lake Garfield Citrus Cooperative
Lake Juliana Gift Fruit
Lake Kersey Groves, Inc.
Lake Placid Citrus Growers, Inc.
Lake Placid Groves (Consolidated-Tomoka
Land Co. dba)
Lake Region Packing Association
Lake Sumter Fruit Dealers
Lake Wales Citrus Growers Association
*Lakeland Highlands Cooperative Assoc.
Lakeland Packing Co., A Div. of Pacific Packing Co.
Lakeview Groves
*Lala Produce, Inc.
Land-O-Sun Fruit Shippers
Lane, Harry J.
*Lane's Produce, Inc.
Lang's Fruit Shop
*Langdon Barber Groves, Inc.
Langley Fruit Co., Inc.
Lanier & Son, B. L.
Lanier Fruit Co., Inc. B. L.
Large, Victor
Lasseter, Jr., James
*Latham, J.
Laurenzo's Farmers Market, Inc., The Nor
Lawson, C. K.
LeMac Bonded Fruit Shippers
Lea, Wilfred Z.
Leckie's Tropic Fruit
Lee, Jim
Lee, William C.
Lee's Citrus Fruit
Lee's Fruit Company, Inc.
Lee's Sunshine Citrus
Lengel Groves
Lentz Groves
Leon the Fruit Man
Leonardi's Wine & Cheese House Lauder
Letter Box, The (Glendor, Inc. dba) W
Lewis & Durrance Fruit Co., Inc.
Li'l Store, Inc., The
*Like New Shop and/or Clark's Market
Lindy's Farm
Little Fruit Basket
Lloyd Citrus Trucking, Inc.
Lloyds Card Gallery
Log Cabin Groves Fruit & Gifts
Loggins Market
Long Fruit Co., Not Inc., J. C.
Long, Inc., J. C.
Longenecker, Mary I.
Look N'C (Myherb Corp. dba)


LOCATION
Daytona Beach
Orlando
Sarasota
Lake Alfred
Lake Alfred
Lake Alfred
ke Buena Vista
Winter Garden
Leesburg
Bartow
Auburndale
Dade City
Lake Placid

Sebring
Tavares
Mascotte
Lake Wales
Highland City
Lakeland
Leesburg
Tampa
Miami Beach
Miami Beach
Tampa
Lake Alfred
Vero Beach
Clermont
Winter Haven
Winter Haven
Lakeland
Brooksville
Miami
th Miami Beach
Lake Hamilton
Miami Beach
Interlachen
Edgewater
St. Cloud
Vero Beach
Lake Wales
Leesburg
Oak Hill
Bradenton
Jensen Beach
Orlando
dale-by-the-Sea
est Palm Beach
Ft. Meade
Tarpon Springs
Pompano Beach
Hallandale
St. Petersburg
Ft. Pierce
Venice
Oak Hill
Orlando
Haines City
Haines City
Miami
Hollywood








Lou-Kay & Don the Stancel Dear of Florida Largo
Lou's Florist St. Petersburg Beach
Loveland Groves, Inc. Edgewater
Lucerne Cash Grocery Lake Worth
Ludwig's Fruit Market Hollywood
Luffman, A. C. Oklawaha
Lustig, Inc., Seymour Orlando
Lykes Pasco Packing Co. Dade City
McAllister, Joe Orlando
McBride Packing Company Seville
McClure, George G. Apopka
McEaddy's Florist Miami
McElveen & McElveen, Inc. Plant city
McKenzie Trust, Richard M. Frostproof
McKinnon Corporation Winter Garden
McLaughlin, James D. Winter Haven
McLean & Sons, Inc., J. E. Valrico
McLeod, D. R. Bowling Green
McLure's Grove Lake Placid
McMurtrey Groves, Inc. Windermere
McTeer & Whitaker Harvesting, Inc. Haines City
M & L Produce Ft. Lauderdale
Maas Brothers, Inc. Tampa
MacCarthy's Fruit Shippers Ft. Lauderdale
Mac Enterprises, Incorporated Mulberry
Mack's Groves, Inc. Pompano Beach
Mack's Orange Bowl Tarpon Springs
*Macoy Products, Inc. Vero Beach
Madeline's Card & Gift Shoppe Coral Springs
Madijo Company, Inc., The Bartow
Madray's Fruit Market Jacksonville
Magic Dragon, The Marco Island
Makepeace Office Equipment Marathon Shores
Malcolm, J. K. Oak Hill
Managers of Citrus, Inc. Clermont
*Manatee Fruit Company Palmetto
Manatee River Groves, Inc. Bradenton
Mangus, J. T. Lakeland
*Manis Company, William Tampa
*Manny "C" Distributors, Inc. Hialeah
Manuel Harvesting Winter Garden
MarCar Enterprises, Inc. Ft. Pierce
Marathon Florists & Gifts Marathon
Marchant Fruit Company, Inc. Leesburg
Margot's Sundries Miami Beach
Marie's Orange House DeLand
Marineland, Inc. St. Augustine
Marion County Citrus Company Weirsdale
Marion's Deerfield Beach
Marion's Fruit Shippers Miami
Market Basket, The Jacksonville
Marrillia, Bruce A. & Aileen C. Pinellas Park
Marshall's Clearwater
Mary's Orange Shop-Cross Creek Groves Hawthorne
Mason, L. B. Leesburg
Mason's Sebring
Massey Groves Caretaking Corp., H. S. Dade City
*Matter & Co., Not Inc. West Palm Beach
Maxwell Groves (Maxwell Grove Service, Inc. dba) Avon Park
May Bros., Inc. Umatilla


DEALER


LOCATION









*Meadow Gold Dairies of Florida,
A Div. of Beatrice Foods Co. DeLand
Medco Stores, Inc. Hollywood
Meeks, Mitchell Winter Garden
*Merit Marketing, Inc. Ft. Pierce
Merritt Island Fruit Co., Inc. Merritt Island
*Merritt Produce, Charles T. Homestead
Mew, T. D. Pomona Park
Meyer Gift Shops Palm Beach Gardens
Michaelson Grove, Fruit Shipping Longboat Key
Mid Florida Harvesting Corp. of Orlando, Inc. Orlando
Mid Lakes Packing Co., Inc. Ft. Pierce
Mid River Packing Co., Inc. Ft. Pierce
Midway Groves, Inc. Sarasota
Mike's Florida Citrus Sales Winter Park
Miles Fruit Company, Inc. Plant City
Milne-O'Berry Packing Company, Inc. St. Petersburg
Milton & Acuff, Inc. Eustis
Mims Citrus Growers Association Mims
Mingtree, The Homosassa Springs
Minneola Citrus Shoppe and/or Empire Growers and/or
The Orange Slice (Minneola
Citrus Shoppe, Inc. dba) Minneola
Minton Sun, Inc. Ft. Pierce
*Minton Sun International, Inc. Ft. Pierce
Mister Jack (Leslie & Helene, Inc. dba) Miami Beach
Mitchell, J. T. Bowling Green
Mitchell, James Mims
Mixon Fruit Farms, Inc. Bradenton
Modern Fruit Shippers Miami Beach
Monarch Institutuioal Foods, A Div. of
Consolidated Foods Corp. Jacksonville
Montgomery Ward & Co., Incorporated Baltimore, Md.
Moody Citrus, Ray Bowling Green
Moore Fruit Co., Not Inc., B. Haines City
Moore, Excare Orlando
Moore Wholesale Produce & Poultry McAlpin
Moore's Candy House Clearwater
Moran, Evelyn A. West Palm Beach
Morris-Hurley Enterprises, Inc. Winter Haven
*Morris Sales & Export Co. Miami
Morrison Fruit Co., Inc. Haines City
Moses Produce Lake City
Mouery, Jr., L. J. Winter Haven
*Mount Dora Growers Cooperative Mt. Dora
Mountain Lake Corporation Lake Wales
*Movsovitz & Sons of Florida, Inc. Savannah, Ga.
Mr. Dunderbak's (Dojo Inc. dba) Ft. Lauderdale
Mr. G's Fruit & Juice Lake Buena Vista
Mr. Orange Juice St. Augustine
Mueller, Paul G. Merritt Island
Mullis Citrus Lakeland
Murphy Groves Alva
*Murray's Fruit Center Vero Beach
Museum of the Sea & Indian Destin
Myakka Processors, Inc. Arcadia
Naden's Village, Inc. Sarasota
Naples Fruitland Inc. Naples
Neal Farms Market Delray Beach
Neisner Brothers, Inc. Rochester, N.Y.
Nelson & Co., Inc. Oviedo


DEALER


LOCATION








Nelson's Organic Fruit Ft. Pierce
Nesmith, H. N. Dinsmore
Nevins Fruit Co., Inc. Titusville
New Florida Fruit Gift Shop Lakeland
New River Groves Ft. Lauderdale
Newberger, Ed. Ft. Pierce
Newbern Groves, Inc. Tampa
Newport Sundries and/or Marco Polo Sundries and/or
Holiday Drug & Sundries Miami Beach
Newton, R. E. Orlando
Nichols Restaurant & Gift Shop Jasper
Noble, H. R. Eloise
Nokomis Groves, Inc. Nokomis
Norman's Farm Produce Market Starke
North Miami Beach Florist & Gift Shop, Inc. North Miami Beach
Northeast Ice Cream & Candy Shop and/or
Pasadena Ice Cream & Candy Shop St. Petersburg
*Norvell, Bill Orlando
O'Dell Grove Service Ft. Pierce
O'Neill's Tropical Fruit Shippers Coconut Grove
Oak Hill Citrus Growers Association Oak Hill
*Oak Hill Groves Sanford
Oakley Brothers, Inc. Dade City
Oakley Groves, Inc. Dade City
Oakley Investment Co., Not Inc. Dade City
Ocean Drive Gifts & Sundries Hollywood
Ocean Gifts (Mik-Jo, Inc. dba) Daytona Beach
Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc. Vero Beach
Ocklawaha Nurseries, Inc. Lake Jem
Odd Couple, The Ft. Lauderdale
Old Fort Citrus Shop St. Augustine
Old Timer's Fruit Leesburg
Oliver, Clenstone Apopka
Olympic Gift Shop Madeira Beach
"151" Worth Avenue Palm Beach
One-Stop Lawn & Garden Center Boca Raton
Orange Blossom Fruit Co., Inc. Groveland
Orange Blossom Gift Shop Apopka
Orange Blossom Groves Clearwater
Orange Blosson of Naples, The Naples
Orange Box, Inc., The Bradenton
*Orange-Co International, Inc. Lake Hamilton
Orange-co of Florida, Inc. and/or Orange Ring Lake Hamilton
Orange Crate Citrus Madeira Beach
Orange Galaxy, The Titusville
Orange King Groves, Inc. Plantation
Orange Mill Dania
Orange Mountain Fruit Stand Clermont
*Orange Products, Inc. Winter Haven
Orange Shop, Inc., The Citra
Orange Shoppe, The Kissimmee
*Orange Tractor, The Partin Groves Orlando
Orange Tree Deerfield Beach
Orange Turtle, The Wauchula
Orange World Weirsdale
*Organic Trading Co., Not Inc. Homestead
Orlando Executive Park, Inc. Orlando
Osceola Fruit Distributors and/or Orange Bus Kissimmee
Osceola Produce and/or The Citrus Shop St. Cloud
*Oslo Citrus Growers Association Vero Beach
Our Own Card & Gift Shop Ft. Lauderdale


DEALER


LOCATION








DEALER

*Owens Grove
Ownes Fruit Co., Not Inc., W. J.
P. S., Ltd.
*Pacific Fruit & Produce Co., Not Inc. and/or
Snoboy Co., Not Inc. (Pacific
Gamble Robinson Co. dba)
Packers of Indian River, Inc., The
Palm Aire Card & Gift Shop
Palm Beach Groves
Palm Fruit Shop
Pan American Groves & Farms, Inc.
Paquette's Fruit Shop
Paradise Gardens Florist
Paramore, Norman
*Paramount Canning Company
Parkesdale Farms
Parrish Fruit Co., Not Inc.
Paschke's Fruit Basket
Patio Fruit Shop
Patrick Fruit Corporation.
Pattillo Fruit Sales, Inc.
Paul, Inc., Bob
Paul's Tropical Shop
Paulk Fruit Co., Inc.
Payne Grove Service
Peace River Packing Co.
Pearl's Gifts and/or Pearl's Bonded Fruit Shippers
Peachee, Paul
Pearson & Sons, Inc., R. L.
Pelc Fruit Palace
Pelican Perch Gift Shop
Pell, Albert H. and/or
Albert H. Pell dba Shuman Groves
Pelton, George
Penney Co., Inc., J. C.
Peoples Packing Co., Inc.
Perdue-Dean, Inc.
Perry's Fruit & Souvenirs
Pete's Juice Bar, Inc.
Peters (Aspasia Kakoyannis dba)
Peterson, Jr., Axel T.
*Peterson, Sr., Axel T.
*Peterson Produce, Inc.
Petrie's Lauderdale Citrus Co., Not Inc.
Phaedra's Gift Shop
Pheil's Groves
*Phil's Institutional Foods, Inc. (Wholly owned
subsidiary of Total Supply Systems, Inc.)
Phillips, Albert L.
Phillips Fruit Co., Not Inc.
*Pickard Groves
Pier Plant Shop
Pierce Groves, Inc.
Pilcher's Produce
Pipping Packing Co., Inc.
*Pitman & Sons, Inc.
Plant Fruit Company
*Plant Industries, Inc.-Freeze Dried Division
Plantation Foods, a Div. of Sysco Corp.
Plantation Groves, Inc.
Plants & Things


LOCATION
Indiantown
Winter Haven
Deerfield Beach


Lakeland
Vero Beach
Deerfield Beach
Lantana
Bushnell
Ft. Lauderdale
Okahumpka
North Miami
Orlando
Tampa
Dover
Umatilla
Spring Hill
Ft. Myers
Sanford
DeLand
Winter Haven
Avon Park
Eagle Lake
Palm Harbor
Ft. Meade
Miami Beach
Lakeland
Winter Garden
Zephyrhills
Ft. Myers Beach

Osteen
Bradenton
Tampa
Lakeland
Tavernier
Daytona Beach
Pompano Beach
Ft. Lauderdale
Vero Beach
Vero Beach
Gainesville
Ft. Pierce
Ft. Lauderdale
Crescent City

Tampa
Ft. Pierce
Coral Gables
Lakeland
St. Petersburg
Clermont
Baldwin
Winter Haven
Jacksonville
Plant City
Plant City
Miami
Vero Beach
Miami









Plaza Card & Gift Shop Sunrise
*Pleasant Ridge Groves Homestead
Plymouth Citrus Growers Association Plymouth
Plymouth Citrus Products Cooperative Plymouth
*Poinciana Citrus, Inc. Ft. Pierce
Poinsettia Groves, Inc. Vero Beach
Poke & Tote and/or JoAnn's Produce and/or
Boyt Brothers Zephyrhills
Policicchio Groves Merritt Island
Pompano Wholesale Produce (Symons
Produce, Inc. dba) Pompano Beach
Poppin Cottage Point East Showcase North Miami Beach
Posey and Seaver, Inc. Groveland
Postal Colony Co., Inc. Clermont
Pots 'N Knots Ft. Lauderdale
*Powell Co., Inc., W. J. Thomasville, Ga.
*Powell Purveyors, Inc. West Palm Beach
Preston Groves Crescent City
Price Candy Company Kansas City, Mo.
Prudy's Place Ocala
'Pueschel Foods, Inc. Lake City
Pulitzer Groves Ft. Pierce
Pulitzer of Palm Beach, Inc., Lilly Palm Beach
*Pumphrey Produce Co., Not Inc. Panama City
Pupello's Fruit DeLand
Purvis Fruits DeLand
Putnam Fruit Co., Inc. Crescent City
Putnam Inc., Dudley Bartow
Quality Fruit Packers of Indian River, Inc. Vero Beach
*Quality Orange Growers, Inc. Clearwater
Qualy's Hobby Fruit House, Hal Clearwater
Quarterdeck-Scrimshaw & Nautical Artifacts, The Islamorada
Quinn's Wayside Fruit & Gift Shop Pompano Beach
R & R Fruit Minneola
R & W Produce North Palm Beach
"Rabbit's Big Orange" Brooksville
*Rafael Produce Miami
*Ray's Palmetto
Ray's Fruit & Gift Shop Holly Hill
Red Barn Groves (Retail Markets, Inc. dba) Hollywood
Red's Market, Inc. Orlando
Reed's Fruit & Juice and/or Orangeland of Fla. Weirsdale
Reed's Orange Farm Weirsdale
Reese Groves Palm Beach
Remember Me Gift Shop Charlotte Harbor
Renee-Tubby, Ltd. Palm Beach
Republic Groves, Inc. Wauchula
Revell, Fred Bowling Green
Rhoda's Beachwear Englewood
Rhondas Sundries Miami Beach
Rice, Vernon Eagle Lake
Richards, A. Div. of City Stores Co. Miami
Richardson & Co., Inc. Eaton Park
*Ridge Fruit Company, Not Inc. Lakeland
Ridge Groves Lake Placid
Ridgewood Groves Boynton Beach
Rigel, Violet Miami Beach
Risner, Green W. Zellwood
Ritacco, James Allandale
River Citrus, Inc. Ft. Pierce
River House Marketing Corp. Vero Beach


LOCATION


DEALER







DEALER

River Trucking Inc.
Riverfront Groves, Inc.
Rivergold, Inc.
Riverland Groves (Stinson Brothers, Inc. dba)
Riviera Groves & Packing House, Inc.
Robbins Grove Service
Roberson Fruit & Vegetable, Not Inc.
Robert's Cupboard (Bomar, Inc. dba)
Roberta's Shop, Inc.
Roberts Brothers, Inc.
Robinson Groves (Marumike Groves, Div. of
Brunner Enterprises, Inc. dba)
Robinson, Henry J.
Robinson's of Florida (Associated Dry
Goods Corp. dba)
*Rocam Produce Co., Inc.
Rochette River Groves
Roe & Sons, Inc., Wm. G.
Rogers Brothers
Rolle, Arlington
Rollins Fruit Co., Not Inc. and/or
Rollins Grove Service
Roney Party Shoppe, Inc.
*Roper Growers Cooperative
Rou, Inc., H. Jennings
Rouse, Mary J.
Royal & Son
Royal Groves
*Ruggiere, Bart J.
*Rush's Fruit Ranch
Russakis Groves, A. and/or Johnston Fruit Shippers
Russell's Fruit Juice Co., Inc. and/or
National Commodities
Ruth's Fruit Shop
Ruth's Juice Bar & Gifts, Inc.
Rutledge Fruit & Produce
Ryals & Sons, Inc., J. C.
Ryals Fruit Co., Inc., Barney
Rye's Gift Shop
S & S Gift Shop and/or Reynolds Groves
S. D. L.
Sahara Motel Gift Shop
Salter's Newsstand, Inc., Jimmy Ft
Sam's Produce
Sand Dollar Gift Shop, Inc., The
Sandpiper Gift Shop Dayton
Sandpiper Gift Shop
Sandy's Drugs, Inc. Nort
Sasser, H. C.
Saxon Fruit Company
Say Cheese, Inc.
Schaefer's Florist
Schaible's Tropico Tour Center
*Schilbe, W. H. Citrus Brokerage
Schneiders Gift Shop & Fruit Stand
Schroeder's Annex
Schroeder's Grove
*Scolaro Produce Co., D.
Scorpio's
Scotts Grove
Scott's Harvesting Co., Not Inc.


LOCATION
Vero Beach
Vero Beach
Ft. Pierce
Wabasso
Riviera Beach
Howey
Wauchula
Ft. Myers
Surfside
Wauchula

Indiantown
Ft. Pierce

St. Petersburg
Miami
Ft. Myers
Winter Haven
Highland City
Orlando

Dade City
Miami Beach
Winter Garden
Eustis
Ft. Myers
Belle Glade
Miami
Deerfield Beach
Ormond Beach
Ft. Pierce

Miami
Leesburg
Miami Beach
Ft. Lauderdale
DeLand
DeLand
Ft. Lauderdale
Belleview
Orlando
Miami Beach
.Walton Beach
Zephyrhills
Holmes Beach
a Beach Shores
Ft. Lauderdale
h Miami Beach
Zolfo Springs
Bartow
Naples
Miami
Haines City
Ocala
Bradenton
Sarasota
Sarasota
Tampa
Coral Gables
Largo
Orlando







DEALER

Sea Chest Gift Shop
Sea Crest Motel Fruit Shippers
Sea Isle Fruit and Candy Shop
Sea Isle Sundry Shop
Sea Pleasures and Treasures
Sea Treasures
Seabreeze Enterprises, Inc.
*Seald-Sweet Growers, Inc.
*Seald-Sweet International, Inc.
*Seald-Sweet Sales, Inc.
Sears, Roebuck and Co.
Sebring Packing Co., Inc.
Selama Grotto M.O.V.P.E.R.
Seminole Fruit Shop
Seminole Trading Post, Inc.
Sen-Mor Fruits & Flowers, The
Sever Groves
Seville Camera-Seville Fruit
Seville Fruit & Produce Co., Not Inc.
Shaw, Clarence
Shaw Fruit Co., Inc.
Sheffield, W. L.
Shell Factory, Inc., The
Shelley's Fruit Shipper
Shepard's Card and Gift Shop
*Shepherd, C. Vance
Shield, Inc., H. M.
Shinall, Dale
Shuman Fruit Co., Inc.
Siggie's Fruits
Sikes, J. A.
Silver Springs Citrus Cooperative, Inc.
Silver Springs Groves, Inc.
Simmons, R. E.
Simon, John Tee
Simpson Fruit Company, Not Inc.
Simpson Grove Service Harvesting
Singletary, P. H.
Skeem Enterprises
*Skinner, F. L. & The F. L. Skinner Trust
Sleeth, Carol
Sleeth, Frank
Sley's Florida Fresh Fruit Packers
Smith, Donald G.
Smith Fruit Company, Inc., J.
Smith Fruit Co., Not Inc., E. B.
Smith Fruit Dealer, Oather
Smith Fruit Shipper
Smith, T. L.
Smith's Fruit Stand, Orfa E. & Paul
Smith's Sons, Inc., Leroy E.
Smoak Citrus Co., Not Inc., Claude
Snell, E. W.
Snyder-Mew Company
Sol's Fruit Shipping
Solomon's Gourmet Food & Wines
(International Vintages, Inc. dba)
*Somerset Groves and/or Peckenpaugh Groves
Sommer Groves, Inc.
Sorrells Brothers Packing Co., Inc.
*South Florida Growers Association, Inc.


LOCATION
Deerfield Beach
Key West
Miami Beach
Miami Beach
Venice
Treasure Island
Daytona Beach
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Atlanta, Ga.
Sebring
St. Petersburg
West Palm Beach
Wildwood
Miami Beach
Palm Harbor
Miami Beach
Seville
Sebring
Winter Haven
Auburndale
Ft. Myers
Miami Beach
Ft. Lauderdale
Orlando
Pompano Beach
Kissimmee
DeLand
Miami
Jacksonville
Winter Garden
Citra
Tampa
Orlando
Mt. Dora
Winter Haven
Lutz
Ft. Lauderdale
Dunedin
Winter Haven
Winter Haven
Weirsdale
Auburndale
Oviedo
Longwood
Bartow
Miami Beach
Plymouth
Wauchula
Vero Beach
Clermont
Orlando
Crescent City
Miami Beach

North Miami
Merritt Island
Clermont
Arcadia
Goulds







DEALER LOCATION
South Florida Wholesale Produce, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale
South Lake Apopka Citrus Growers Association Oakland
South Venice Fruit Venice
Southern Citrus Corporation Land O'Lakes
Southern Fruit Distributors, Inc. Orlando
Southern Gold Citrus Products, Inc. Orlando
Southern Gold Growers, Inc. Orlando
Southern Palm Farms Dania
Southern Pride Fruit Co., Not Inc. Clermont
Southernaire Fruit Co., Inc. Vero Beach
Southwind Trading Post, Inc. Lady Lake
Souvenir City (Harlan, Inc. dba) Miami Beach
Sowards Fruit Winter Haven
Spaceport Citrus, Inc. Titusville
Spada Fruit Sales Agency, Inc. Tampa
Spanish Gold Groves Pompano Beach
Sparkman's Fruit Sumterville
*Spencer Co., Not Inc., Sam Lakeland
Springhead Harvesting Company, Inc. Plant City
Spyke's Grove Ft. Lauderdale
St. Lucie Packing Corp. Ft. Pierce
Stambaugh, Jr., Jere L. Auburndale
Stapler, Amos Eloise
Starke Fruit Co. Ft. Lauderdale
Staton, Horace Wauchula
Stephens & Restina, Inc. Avon Park
Stephens III, Inc., M. E. Sebring
Stephens, J. A. Ft. Meade
Sterling Lobby Shop Miami Beach
Stewart, Llewellyn A. Orlando
Stewart's Gifts Ft. Lauderdale
Stop & Shop Miami Beach
"Stop 301" Palmetto
Story, Inc., Jack T. Winter Haven
Stover-Smith-Price, Inc. Maitland
Strawn, Inc., Theodore DeLeon Springs
Strazzulla Brothers Co., Inc. Ft. Pierce
*Strickland Co., Not Inc., J. C. Lakeland
Stuckey's Inc. Eastman, Ga.
Studio, The Treasure Island
Sugar Plum Shoppe, The Winter Park
Sugar Rose Canning Co. Plant City
Suggs, Henry A. Myakka City
Sullivan, Jr., Gussie Frostproof
Sullivan Packing Company dba Sullivan Packing Co.,
and/or Sullivan-Victory Groves and/or
Victory Groves Cocoa
Summerfield Nursery Co., Inc. Weirsdale
Summers, Kie Mims
Sun Coast Canning Corporation Ft. Meade
Sun Country Groves Lake Alfred
Sun Dew Groves Delray Beach
Sun-Glo Citrus Coop., Inc. Haines City
Sun 'N Lake Fruit Lake Placid
Sun Spa Sundry Hollywood
Sunbrite Fruit, Inc. Ft. Pierce
*Suncoast Sales, Inc. Elfers
Sunglo Enterprises, Inc. Winter Garden
Sunny Boy Groves, Inc. Eustis
*Sunny Brook Dairy, Inc. Tampa
Sunny Groves of Florida, Inc. Plantation









Sunny Isles Fruit Shippers and/or
Oceanic Co., Not Inc. Miami Beach
Sunny O Lakeland
Sunny Ridge Groves Sebring
Sunset Valley Groves Mt. Dora
Sunshine Citrus Corporation Ft. Lauderdale
Sunshine Fruit & Gifts St. Cloud
Sunshine Fruit Co., Not Inc. Hudson
Sunshine Gifts North Miami
Sunshine Groves, Inc. Miami Beach
*Sunshine Produce Co. Miami
Sunshine State Horticulture, Inc. Eustis
Sunshine State Parkway Citrus Products Shop No. 1
and/or The Food Tree (Marriott Corp. dba) Pompano Beach
Sunshine State Parkway Citrus
Products Shop No. 2, Inc. Vero Beach
Sunshine State Parkway Citrus
Products Shop No. 3 Stuart
Sunshine State Parkway Citrus Products Shop No. 4
(Sunshine State Parkway Citrus Shop
at Ft. Pierce, Inc. dba) Ft. Pierce
Sunshine State Parkway Citrus
Products Shop No. 5 St. Cloud
Sunshine State Parkway Citrus
Products Shop No. 6, Inc. Oveido
Sunstar Foods, Inc. Lakeland
*Sunsweet Fruit Inc. Vero Beach
*Super Food Services, Inc. Orlando
*Superior Dairies, Inc. Jacksonville
Supreme Gifts (Namair Corp. dba) Miami Beach
Surfside Health Shop Surfside
Surratt & Co., Not Inc., B. M. Dade City
Swann Products, Inc. Tampa
Swartsel Groves, Inc. Elfers
Sweat, Sr., H. G. Balm
Sweeney, Fletcher Apopka
Sweet & Pretty Ft. Lauderdale
Sweet Bay Packers, Inc. Winter Garden
Sweet Talk Candy Shop Sarasota
Sweet Time Candy Shop Sarasota
Swiss Colony, The (Frankenberry, Inc. dba) Ft. Myers
Swiss Colony of Ft. Lauderdale, The Ft. Lauderdale
Swiss Colony of Sarasota (H. & N. B. Inc. dba) Sarasota
T & D Pierce Fruit Harvesting Plant City
T. C. Growers, Inc. Winter Garden
T-Shirt Shak and/or Beach Shak
(Cleveland E. Branscum Enter. Inc., dba) Clearwater
Talofa Fruit Company Crescent City
Tangerine Fruit Co., Not Inc. Tangerine
Tangerine Shop, The Safety Harbor
Tarver Fruit Harvester, Namos Haines City
*Tavilla Co., Inc., P. Miami
Taylor & Sons, Elton Sebring
Taylor, Charles R. Pahokee
Taylor, Charlie Apopka
Taylor, Henry James Groveland
Taylor, Jeremiah Clermont
Taylor, Ray Winter Haven
Taylor, Robert Sebring
Ted's Smoke Shop Miami Beach
Ter Marsch Groves North Palm Beach


DEALER


LOCATION








Thelma Groves Ft. Pierce
Thing-Ama-Jigger, The Naples
This & That Gift Shoppe Lehigh Acres
Thomas Citrus Nursery Orlando
Thomas, Freddie W. Arcadia
Thompson Fruit Co., Not Inc. Eagle Lake
Thompson, Vasco D. Leesburg
Thompson's Fruit Oak Hill
Thoreson's Palm View Groves Palmetto
Thorn, Geneva M. Crescent City
Three Oaks Drive In Market Clearwater
Threlkel Florist, Jim (Ancris Corp. dba) Ft. Lauderdale
Tilden, S. J. Winter Haven
Tiner & Son, J. H. Haines City
Tobacco Cards 'N Odds (Yale-Mark Corp. dba) Ft. Lauderdale
Toby's Citrus Fruit Scottsmoor
Toby's Citrus Grove Ft. Ogden
Todd Company, T. T. Pensacola
Todd's Fruit Shippers Coral Gables
Tom's Fruit & Gifts St. Augustine
Tom's Fruit Inc. Wabasso
Tonnies Florist New Port Richey
Tony D's Casselberry
*Topco Associates, Inc. Lakeland
Tope Bros. Fruit Co., Inc. Altamonte Springs
*Totemic Nursery & Farm Winter Park
Town Drug of Hollywood, Inc. Hollywood
Townsend Produce Naples
Trade Winds Groves West Palm Beach
Trader Ben's Leesburg
Tradewinds Gifts and/or Admiral Fruit Shippers
(Florida Souvenir Products Corp. dba) Miami Beach
Trading Post 76 of Florida, Inc. Miami Beach
Trailways Rent-A-Car, Inc. Dania
Treadwell & Norris Fruit Co., Inc. Arcadia
Treesweet Products Co. Ft. Pierce
Triton Fruit Shippers, Inc. Miami Beach
Tropi-Kist Fruit Products Co. West Palm Beach
Tropic House Marathon
Tropical Fruit Shop Palm Beach
Tropical Gift Fruit Shippers Sarasota
Tropical Treats Fruit Shop Delray Beach
Tropicana Fruit Shippers, Inc. Miami Beach
Tropicana Products, Inc. Bradenton
*Tropicana Products Sales, Inc. Bradenton
Tropico Fruit Shop (Tropico Enterprises Inc. dba) Dundee
Trotter Gifts, Ruth Hollywood
Troyer's Citrus Growers & Produce Sarasota
Truffles, Inc. Key West
*Trujillo Produce Inc., Lucas Miami
*Trumm, Food Technologist, Howard W. Ocala
Tucker Groves Winter Garden
*Tur Corporation Miami
Turner Fruit Co., Inc., The Ocala
Turner Fruit Co., Not Inc. Ft. Pierce
Turner, Travis Sarasota
Tuxedo Fruit Company Ft. Pierce
Ty-Fry Packers, Inc. Umatilla
*U. S. Agricultural Export Corporation Tampa
*Umatilla Citrus Growers Association Umatilla
Umatilla Packers Inc. Umatilla


DEALER


LOCATION









Union 76 Interstate Center (Interpoint Corp. dba) Lakeland
United American Development, Ltd. Miami
United Grove Caretakers, Inc. Ft. Pierce
United Indian River Packers, Inc. Wabasso
United Presbyterian Men, The Mt. Dora
United Produce of Pinellas, Inc. St. Petersburg
Universal Travel Gifts (Universal Tours Corp. dba) Miami
Vachon Citrus, H. Ft. Pierce
Vachon Groves, Inc., A. Ft. Pierce
*Valenti Co., Inc., J. C. Tampa
*Valenti Produce Co., Inc. Tampa
*Valenti Produce Inc., Sexton Tampa
*Valentine Citrus Products Tampa
Vander Meer, J. M. Clermont
Varn Citrus, Inc. Ft. Pierce
Varner Groves, Edward Otto Winter Haven
Vaughn-Griffin Packing Company Howey-in-the-Hills
Vaughn Groves Umatilla
*Velda Farms, A Div. of the Southland Corp. Miami
Venice Fruit Market Venice
*Vero Indian River Producers Association Vero Beach
Versailles Sundry Shop Miami Beach
Viele Groves Ft. Lauderdale
Villa Citrus, Inc. Winter Haven
Villa Valu Drugs, Inc. Ft. Myers Beach
Village Bake Shop Miami
Village Green Inverness
Vincent's Gait Ocean Flowers Ft. Lauderdale
Volusia Grove Service, Inc. Oak Hill
Voss Groves Alva
W& E Fruit Naples
Waikiki Gift Shop, Inc. Miami Beach
*Walden-Sparkman, Inc. Dover
Walker, Garry L. Polk City
Walker Groves, Inc. Auburndale
Walt Disney World Co. Lake Buena Vista
Ward Fruit Stand, I. Grand Island
*Wardlaw and Dickinson, Inc. Frostproof
Warren Fruit Company, Inc. Land O'Lakes
Warren Harvesting, Inc., Norman Haines City
*Waverly Growers Cooperative Waverly
Webb's Citrus Packing & Candy Factory Inc. Davenport
Webb's City, Inc. St. Petersburg
Webb's Fruit & Gifts DeLand
Weeks, James E. Winter Haven
Weeks Market Ft. Myers
Weeks, Tressie A. Auburndale
*Welles Caretaking Company, Not Inc. Arcadia
Wells Flowers, Inc., Bob North Miami
Wells Hammock Groves Tavares
*Wesco Foods Co. Cincinnati, Ohio
*West Coast Growers Cooperative, Inc. Dade City
West, Inc., Tom Ocoee
West, Lawyer Ft. Meade
*West Orange Citrus Growers Association Winter Garden
West Robinson Fruit Company Orlando
Wever Groves St. Petersburg
*Weyand & Son, Inc. Tampa
Whaley's Market, Inc. Tampa
Wheeler, Inc., Warren Tampa
Whites Candies (J.K.L.M., Inc. dba) Ft. Lauderdale


DEALER


LOCATION








DEALER

Whitter, George C.
Wickie Company, The
Wieser, Frank D.
Wiggins, D. and /or Mabel Wiggins
Wilborn, James A.
*Wildman, Charles E.
Wildwood Trading Post, Inc.
Williams and Lewis Co., Not Inc.
Williams, Cecil B.
Williams, David
Williams Fruit and Gift Shop C
Williams Fruit Co., Not Inc., Parks
Williams Fruit Shippers
Williams Groves
Williams, Luther L.
Wilson, Herley
Windward Treasures
Wine & Roses Flowers & Antiques
Winter Garden Citrus Growers Association
*Winter Garden Citrus Products Cooperative
*Winter Haven Citrus Growers Association
Wise Fruit Co., Not Inc.
Withers and Harshman, Inc.
*Wolfer Produce Co., Inc.
Wometco Citrus Tower Packing House
(Wometco Enterprises, Inc. dba)
Wooden, S. H.
Woolf's Fruit Shippers
Work Force, Inc.
Worth Avenue Fruit Shippers
Wouters Groves and/or Howie-Leighton
(Forest Acres, Inc. dba)
Wray Flamingo Orange Groves, Inc., Floyd L. and/or
Wood Citrus Corner (Floyd L. Wray
Flamingo Orange Grovers, Inc. dba)
Wyninger, Inc.
X-Tra Fine Citrus Packers, Inc.
Yarbrough, James M.
Ye Olde Sweet Shoppe
Yeasel's Fruit & Gifts
Yellow Banks Groves
Yon, Eugene
Young, Edward
Youngblood, Elmer G.
Zalis & Son, Joe
Zellwood Fruit Distributors, Inc.
*Ziegler's Corporation, The San
Ziegler's Grove New


LOCATION

Safety Harbor
Ft. Meade
Ft. Meade
Winter Haven
Plant City
Vero Beach
Wildwood
Davenport
Jacksonville
Tampa
)rmond Beach
Leesburg
Miami Beach
Hobe Sound
Ft. Meade
Maitland
Delray Beach
Ft. Lauderdale
Winter Garden
Winter Garden
Winter Haven
Sarasota
Sebring
Ft. Myers

Clermont
Winter Haven
Miami Beach
Eustis
Tequesta

Vero Beach


Ft. Lauderdale
Groveland
Winter Garden
Ft. Pierce
Cocoa
St. Cloud
Largo
Eloise
Orlando
Winter Garden
Miami
Zellwood
Francisco, Ca.
Smyrna Beach