Raisin prices in 2012 reached a record level in California, according to the California Department of Food and Agriculture. Raisin purchases from producers, for whom pricing was finalized, reached 220,602 tons at an average price of $1,864 per ton, according to the CDFA. Purchases from producers for whom pricing was not finalized in 2012 totaled more than 92,000 tons at an average “good faith” price of $1,852 per ton. Walnut and prune numbers were also part of a recent ...

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