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Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today appointed seven members and five alternates to serve on the National Processed Raspberry Council. The appointees will serve 3-year terms beginning Jan. 1, 2017, and ending on Dec. 31, 2019.

Newly appointed members to represent producers from states producing a minimum of three million pounds of raspberries for processing are Matt Simonian, of Lynden, Wash., and Julieann Schedeen, of Boring, OR. Reappointed to represent producers from these states are John S. Clark and Rolf Haugen, of Lynden, WA.

Newly appointed alternate members from these states are Santpal Aulakh, Joe Vanderpol, and John Vander Veen, of Lynden, WA. Erin Thoeny, of Woodland, WA, is reappointed as an alternate. Reappointed importer members are Karen Holzberg, of Atlanta, GA, and Richard Rubin, of Quebec, Canada.

Reappointed as a foreign producer member is Antonio Dominguez, of Santiago, Chile. Newly appointed as the alternate foreign producer member is Predrag Orescanin, of Zemun-Belgrade, Serbia.

Board members selected by the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture administer the program. USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) provides oversight of the National Processed Raspberry Council in accordance with the Commodity Promotion, Research and Information Act of 1996 and the Processed Raspberry Promotion, Research, and Information Order. USDA encourages board membership that reflects the diversity of the individuals served by the programs.

Since 1966, Congress has authorized the establishment of 22 research and promotion boards that are industry-funded and empower agricultural industries, including the forest products industry, with a framework to pool resources and combine efforts to develop new markets, strengthen existing markets, and conduct important research and promotion activities. AMS provides oversight, paid for by industry assessments, which helps ensure fiscal responsibility, program efficiency and fair treatment of participating stakeholders.

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australia

bulgaria

chile

mexico

canada

england

poland

serbia

united states

china

Others: China 2014
 
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INFORMATION 

  • Area 2013: 400 Ha (988 acres)
  • Volume 2013: 1.500 tons 85% fresh
  • Volume 2020: 5.000 tons
  • Yield 2014: 5 tons/ha
  • Varieties: Driscoll´s

REPRESENTATIVE 

  • RYAN BRIGHTWELL
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INFORMATION 

  • Area 2014: 1330 ha
  • Volume 2014: 4.000 tons
  • Volume 2015: 3.000 tons

REPRESENTATIVE

  • BOZHIDAR PETKOV

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INFORMATION 

    • Area 2015: 2.145 Ha (4.766 acres)
    • Volume 2014: 13.310 tons
    • Volume 2015: 11.218 tons
    • Yield 2015: 5.3 tons/ha
    • Varieties: Meeker, Chemainus, Wakefield, Cascade Delight,Rudi, Tulameen, Squamich.

REPRESENTATIVE

  • Suhk Khalon BC raspbery council
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INFORMATION 

  • Area 2015: 10.000 Ha (25.000 acres)
  • Volume 2014: 45.000 tons
  • Volume 2015: 40.000 tons
  • Yield 2011: 4.0 ton/Ha
  • Varieties: Heritage (81%), Meeker (15%), Chilliwack (3%)

REPRESENTATIVE

CHAIRMAN

  • ANTONIO DOMINGUEZ
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INFORMATION 

  • Area 2011: 4.300 Ha (10.621 acres)
  • Volume 2014: 15.000 tons
  • Volume 2015: 25.000 tons
  • Yield 2011: 5.8 tons/Ha
  • Varieties: Heritage, Fertodi

REPRESENTATIVE

  • CHINESE RASPBERRY PRODUCERS ALLIANCE CRPA 
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INFORMATION 

  • Area 2015: 1.468 Ha (4.446 acres) - England + Scotland
  • Volume 2015: 17.800 tons - England + Scotland
  • Yield 2015: 12 tons/Ha - England + Scotland
  • Varieties: Current – Driscoll Maravilla, Berry Gem, Berry Jewel, Grandeur, Kwanza New – Driscoll Riviera n Bountiful, Ovation, Paragon – Plant Science varieties n Lagorai, Vajolet – Sant Orsola varieties

REPRESENTATIVE 

  • TIM PLACE
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INFORMATION 

  • Area 2014: 2.400 Ha (6.000  acres)
  • Volume 2014: 12.000 tons
  • Volume 2015: 16.000 tons
  • Yield 2014: 5,1 tons/Ha
  • Varieties: Meeker

REPRESENTATIVE 

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INFORMATION 

  • Area 2014: 300 Ha (988 acres)
  • Volume 2014: 1.500 tons
  • Yield 2011: 5 tons/ha
  • Varieties: Fertodi

REPRESENTATIVE 

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INFORMATION 

  • Area 2016: 3.000 Ha (7.500 acres)
  • Volume 2015: 35.000 tons
  • Volume 2016: 45.000 tons
  • Yield 2011: 15 tons/Ha
  • Varieties: maravilla, carmina, esperanza, sevillana, adelita,erika, others.

REPRESENTATIVE

  • FRANCISCO ORTIZ (TEMPORARY-ANEBERRIES)
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INFORMATION 

  • Area 2015: 28.000 Ha (62.500 acres)
  • Volume 2014: 126.000 tons
  • Volume 2015: 80.000 tons
  • Yield 2014: 4,5 tons/Ha
  • Varieties: summer : Glen and Ample line / autumn: Polka, Polana

REPRESENTATIVE 

  • MAREK PAWLONKA

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INFORMATION 

  • Area 2015: 1.468 Ha (4.446 acres) - England + Scotland
  • Volume 2015: 17.800 tons - England + Scotland
  • Yield 2015: 12 tons/Ha - England + Scotland
  • Varieties: Current – Driscoll Maravilla, Berry Gem, Berry Jewel, Grandeur, Kwanza New – Driscoll Riviera n Bountiful, Ovation, Paragon – Plant Science varieties n Lagorai, Vajolet – Sant Orsola varieties

REPRESENTATIVE

  • OLIVER THOMSON
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INFORMATION 

  • Area 2015: 15.550 Ha (38.409 acres)
  • Volume 2014: 88.000 tons
  • Volume 2015: 110.000 tons
  • Yield 2014: 5,6 tons/Ha
  • Varieties: Willamette (over 90%)

REPRESENTATIVE 

  • PREDRAG ORESCANIN
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INFORMATION 

  • Area 2015: 9.000 Ha (22.230 acres)
  • Volume 2014: 75.000 tons
  • Volume 2015: 66.000 tons
  • Yield 2014: 8,1 tons/ha
  • Volume in North West Area 2011: 27.000 tons
  • Volume in California an others: 46.200 tons
  • Varieties: Meeker > 65% in North West, Fresh
  • Market Varieties in California and others

REPRESENTATIVE

  • THOMAS KRUGMAN