Nov 8, 2021
LGS Specialty Sales readies for solid 2021-22 table grape season

LGS Specialty Sales, an importer of citrus, avocados, grapes and persimmons, anticipates a strong grape season from December 2021 through May of 2022.

LGS green table grapes.

For six months, LGS Specialty Sales (LGS) will provide shoppers with access to quality red, green and black seedless grapes from Chile and Peru. This will include specialty varieties like Cotton Candy and Candy Hearts. The grapes will be available for purchase in both clamshells and clearbags.

“We have a lot to look forward to with our upcoming grape season,” Luke Sears, president and founder of LGS Specialty sales, said in a news release. “We’re partnering with one of the biggest Sweet Celebration and Cotton Candy growers in Chile, as well as importing new proprietary varieties out of Peru that include both conventional and specialty grapes.”

The company noted that its growing region in Peru continues to expand with new varieties, reporting a 10 percent increase from the previous year. LGS’ volume is on schedule to meet both retailer and consumer needs this upcoming import season.

LGS green table grapes.

LGS Specialty Sales, Ltd. has been importing fruit from select growers around the world for 30 years. Today, LGS is an importer of clementines, oranges, avocados, grapes, lemons, minneolas, cara cara oranges and persimmons.

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