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Artichoke – The market is active due to shorter supplies and transitioning to new growing districts. Beans, Green – Rain and freezing temps have curtailed harvest for this week, demand is high and supplies are very low. Corn – Limited supplies/gap in the East; the market is active for 7-10 days. Peppers – Green bells are tight and colored bells are in transitional gap. Tomatoes, All Varieties – Markets are expected to remain escalated on

Beans – Green: Rain and freezing temps have curtailed harvest for this week, demand is high and supplies are very low. Cauliflower – The market is active and demand exceeds supply. Peppers – Red & Yellow: Demand exceeds supplies. Mushrooms – Hurricanes have affected TX/FL farms, burdening the industry. Tomatoes – All varieties: Markets are expected to remain escalated on all varieties through December.

Green Beans – Rain and freezing temps have curtailed harvest for this week, demand is high and supplies are very low. Carrots – Extreme heat has affected supplies. Melons – Honeydews have been in demand; we will see more availability as AZ starts this week. Mushrooms – Hurricanes have affected TX/FL farms, burdening the industry over the next few months. Tomatoes – All varieties – Little or no available volume in the U.S. due

Avocados – High markets for 2 -3 more weeks. Iceberg & Romaine – Short supplies with fair to poor quality. Squash – Supplies are slightly off in the East. GA supplies continue to improve; more zucchini is available that yellow squash, with better quality in zucchini. Very good supplies from the West continues this week. Onion – The new crop has started in WA/ID with good quality. Grapes – Overall quality of red and green

Mushrooms – The hurricanes have affected south eastern farms, affecting climate control and supplies as a result. Lemons – Great supplies/sizes out of southern CA/dessert region. Cucumbers –  Cucumbers are readily available with good quality; northern areas are waning. Tomatoes – Roma & Round: Available volume continues to be a factor, but low demand has kept the market at ease. Growers anticipate an active market in a few weeks when demand increases and supplies are