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Strawberries

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Price Trend
15.14
Jan-2023
USD/8 lb containers
History Forecast
Supply Demand

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Strawberries Industry Benchmarks


Savings Achieved

(in %)

The average annual savings achieved in Strawberries category is 5.30%

Payment Terms

(in days)

The industry average payment terms in Strawberries category for the current quarter is 75.6 days

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Financial Risk

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    Strawberries Suppliers


    8,853
    Total Suppliers
    366
    Diverse Suppliers
    67
    Normalized Supplier Rating
    Strawberries Supplier

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    Sample Supplier
    Company
    CARGILL INCORPORATED
    Location
    Jackson, Mississipi
    Duns number
    3862211

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    Up to 3 months

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    The Supplier Evaluation Risk (SER) Rating is Dun & Bradstreet’s proprietary scoring system used to assess the probability that a business will seek relief from creditors or cease operations within the next 12 months. SER ratings range from 1 to 9, with 9 indicating the highest risk of failure. We’ve prepared an infographic to help business owners better understand what influences their SER Rating.

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    ESG Profile

    Company and Sector Performance
    29

    100
    Weak (1)
    ESG Perfomance (/100)
    Environment
    38
    Social
    28
    Governance
    19
    6 Domains Performance (/100)
    Business behaviour
    38
    Human rights
    24
    Community Environment
    26
    Corporate governance
    9
    Human resources
    21
    Security Scorecard
    82

    Threat indicators
    B
    88
    Network Security
    Detecting insecure network settings
    A
    100
    Hacker Chatter
    Monitoring hacker sites for chatter about your company
    C
    77
    DNS Health
    Detecting DNS insecure configuration and vulnerabilities
    C
    75
    Application Security
    Detecting common website application vulnerbilities
    C
    74
    Endpoint Security
    Detecting unprotected enpoints or entry points of user tools, such as desktops, laptops mobile devices, and virtual desktops
    A
    97
    Cubic Score
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    A
    93
    Patching Cadence
    Out of date company assets which may contain vulnerabilities of risk
    A
    100
    Social Engineering
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    A
    95
    IP Reputation
    Detecting suspecious activity, such as malware or spam, within your company network
    A
    100
    Information Leak
    Potentially confidential company information which may have been inadvertently leaked

    Industry Comparison
    cargill.com
    Industry average
    Adverse Media Appearances
    Environmental Issues
    23
    Workforce Health Safety Issues
    0
    Product Service Issues
    14
    Human Rights Issues
    23
    Production Supply Chain Issues
    8
    Environmental Non Compliance Flags
    45
    Corruption Issues
    0
    Regulatory Non Compliance Flags
    25
    Fraud Issues
    5
    Labor Health Safety Flags
    48
    Regulatory Issues
    20
    Workforce Disputes
    6
    Sanctions
    0
    esg energy transition
    47
    Discrimination Workforce Rights Issues
    19
    esg controversies critical severity
    Yes

    Strawberries market report transcript


    Global Market Outlook on Strawberries 

    The US, Europe, and Asia are expected to produce over 70 percent of the global fruit supply. Highest growth can be expected in the minimal processed sector, with APAC having the highest CAGR, owing to increased demand for convenient food and rise in the living standard.

    Strong volume output in the overall North American continent is expected to keep the stocks high

    • Due to supportive weather in both US and Mexico, supplies in 2020 is expected to be high
    • The Californian growers, despite favorable and improved harvests, are facing a challenge of rising labor costs and availability, due to trade conflicts with Mexico, one of the top labor sources for the U.S.
    • A supply glut for strawberries in Australia has led to mass dumping of small-sized strawberries over preference for larger strawberries and a sharp dip in prices, owing to a rise in winter temperature, leading to early harvest
    • Reduction in acreage, labor unavailability, and unfavorable weather conditions are challenges faced by the major growing regions

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    Industry Drivers and Constraints 

    Drivers

    Year around Availability and Convenience

    •  Given factors like seasonality and perishability, processing makes it possible to preserve and consume fruits throughout the year
    • Wide Product Portfolio: Processing offers a range of opportunities for value addition and widening product portfolio, which help the players stay competitive in the market
    • Reduces Perishability and Wastage: Processing increases shelf life, facilitates transport worldwide, helps expand export base with reduced spoilage
    • Globalization: Increasing consumer awareness and immigration of varied ethnic groups drive imports and processing of non-locally produced fruit products that need to be transported and stored efficiently
    • Rise in per capita income: Urbanization, changing lifestyle, increasing focus on health and wellness, higher disposable incomes, and evolving consumption habits has spurred the need for convenient food that is easy to consume and also wholesome and nutritious

    Constraints

    • Supply Uncertainty: There is no guarantee of consistent supply of fruits, which depend on weather and harvest. The producing region’s economic condition could cause price volatility, especially fruits imported from developing countries
    • Capital Intensive: Decrease in conventionally processed fruits, owing to increasing preference for minimally processed fruit products call for processors to keep up with evolving trends. The switching cost is very high and can be afforded only by large players, leaving the small and medium level processors at a disadvantage
    • Access to Raw Materials: New entrants face challenges in securing raw materials supply at early stages of operations and are prone to high cost fluctuation risks