By Eric Rama, Blaine Nelson and Tom Karmel
Since 2007, U.S. blueberry production has grown in tandem with increased domestic consumption. However, U.S. producers are
far from the only growers benefiting from the surge in blueberry popularity. Blueberry imports, which historically were only relied
upon during winter months when U.S. production was out-of-season, have grown significantly over the last decade and are now occurring year-round. As imports increasingly compete with domestic supply, some growers have transitioned to organic production to obtain a price premium.
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