Avocados Case Study

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Florida Florida produces 70 percent of the U.S crop. In addition people in Florida use avocados , limes and oranges for many food products or dishes. Avocados Florida´s gets lots of money from avocados. According to the text ¨The average cost of an avocado is a $1.27¨(Avocado prices Fox News). Additionally the reason why people would buy an avocado that high priced, is because it is a very delicious fruit. Furthermore another example why Florida gets lots of money from avocados is because ¨Florida avocado industry is worth upwards of 35 million dollars per year¨(P.Brooks,personal communication,2014).The reason why Florida avocado industry is worth 35 million dollars is because ¨80 percent of the crop is sold outside the state so the industry brings in a substantial amount of money¨(A.Hodges,personal communication¨). In conclusion Florida gets a lot of money from avocados. Limes Florida uses limes daily and gets money from limes by selling them. ¨Today the Florida citrus industry is worth 9 billion dollars¨(VISIT Florida Staff). Additionally why the Florida citrus industry cost that much is because”UF/IFAS estimates that this approaches increases per acre grove maintenance costs by $200 to $600 per acre per year”(conference,ifas,ufl,edu). An…show more content…
According to the text ¨The average cost of an avocado is a $1.27¨(Avocado prices Fox News). Additionally the reason why people would buy an avocado that high priced, is because it is a very delicious fruit. Furthermore another example why Florida gets lots of money from avocados is because ¨Florida avocado industry is worth upwards of 35 million dollars per year¨(P.Brooks,personal communication,2014).The reason why Florida avocado industry is worth 35 million dollars is because ¨80 percent of the crop is sold outside the state so the industry brings in a substantial amount of money¨(A.Hodges,personal communication¨). In conclusion Florida gets a lot of money from
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