What started off as a short raisin crop this year, got even shorter with high heat and two rainstorms during harvest. At the 105 Annual Meeting of Sun-Maid held in early December, Chairman of the Board Jeff Jue shared that the California raisin industry would be allocating raisins in the coming year due to the the supply and low inventory. Watch Jue’s interview and read more in American Vineyard Magazine.

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