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  • Strawberries – Demand exceeds supply.
  • Celery – Markets will remain very active through Thanksgiving.
  • Mushrooms – Markets will be tight for 8-12 weeks due to weather, compost and demand.
  • Apples – Small sizes limited.
  • Citrus – Lemons: small fruit is peeking with very good quality; larger counts are limited. Limes: quality is good to very good. Oranges: navel quality is good.
  • Bananas – Good quality and low pricing.
  • Strawberries – Demand exceeds supply with limited shelf life and availability.
  • Celery – Markets are very active, with demand increasing due to local markets ending.
  • Apples – Small sizes limited.
  • Broccoli – Hollow core and brown bead are reported.
  • Melons – Cantaloupe supplies are very tight.  Honeydew supplies are plentiful with much better quality.
  • Strawberries – Demand exceeds supply with limited shelf life and availability.
  • Avocados – The market continues to decline.
  • Celery – Markets are very active. Quality is fair.
  • Iceberg Lettuce – Light weights and decay present after weekend rains.
  • Apples – Small sizes are limited.
  • Strawberries – Demand exceeds supply, coupled with quality issues.
  • Avocados – Markets remain active; supplies are slowly improving.
  • Green Beans – Demand exceeds supply due to Hurricane Matthew.
  • Cantaloupe – Supplies are short on 9 ct. melons.
  • Parsley – Shorter supplies due to a production gap.
  • Avocados – orders are not being filled in some areas, and for those that are,  they will be extremely expensive for the next 7-10 days.
  • Green Beans – demand exceeds supply due to Hurricane Matthew.
  • Strawberries – prices are increasing rapidly; very weak texture/quality issues due to rain/high temps.
  • Berries – Supplies are improving.
  • English Cucumbers – the supply is slowly improving, but still demand exceeds.