History

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2004
PCN opens their doors in November, establishing themselves as a domestic citrus brokerage house as well as importer of citrus from Chile. Future plans are made for PCN to directly market domestic fruit.

2005
Introduced PCN Brand to the marketplace.

2006/2007
Expanded import offerings from Chile with lemons into Miami, Florida.

2008
Started harvesting, packing and marketing grower product. Expanded with the addition of an import program directly into the Port of Houston. Added a seedless lemon program in the PCN Brand label, and expanded imports of easy peel mandarins into US.

2009
Added navels from Chile to the PCN portfolio upon the removal of trade restrictions in the US. Signed a marketing agreement with the largest pummelo grower/shipper/packer in California.

2010
Established their first groves, including plantings of Satsuma mandarins, early-, mid- and late-season navels, Cara Cara oranges, lemons and Star Ruby grapefruit.

2012
Formed a partnership with Huebert Farms to be a year-round California PCN citrus packing facility. Expanded import program to include easy peel mandarins from Peru.

2013/2014
Expanded import operations in Houston from both Chile and Peru.

 

Looking Ahead…

 
Continue to expand domestic grower base and imported product to ensure year-round supply to customers, offering the best eating experience.

 

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