Re: Modeling Project: Second Cull Lemon Load In A Gondola

Tony Thompson

Todd Sullivan wrote:

And yellow-green colors, as well. Citrus was usually picked green to allow it to 'ripen' in transit to retailers (stores).
No, not true. First of all, citrus coming into a packing house is definitely not greenish — I have visited several over the years, and can speak from experience. Second, much citrus is “conditioned,” as it is called, stored for some days to allow the rind to thin. This is especially true for lemons.

Tony Thompson

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