By Don Ehrlich on January 9, 2019

Hawaiian avocados are returning to the mainland after a twenty-six year hiatus. In 1992, the Hawaiian variety of Sharwil avocados was prohibited from export due to an invasive fruit fly found in a shipping facility. Now, after years of work with shippers and the Hawaiian Board of Avocados to prove the fruits are safe, the… Read more »

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