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  • Beans, Green – Availability is low on green and yellow wax beans as regions transition.
  • Blueberries & Strawberries – Supply is our main concern.
  • Broccolini & Brussels Sprouts – Supplies are light on both.
  • Citrus – Lemons & Oranges – Sizing will be a challenge this season.
  • Melons – Extreme heat is taking its toll on production of cantaloupes, honeydew, and watermelon.
  • Blueberries – West coast production is down and we will see a shortage over the next two weeks.
  • Broccolini – Weather has affected yields and growers are not able to keep up with demand, product is short.
  • Melons – Extreme heat is taking its toll on production of cantaloupes, honeydew, and watermelon.
  • Pineapple – Supplies are plentiful, the quality is good and price is low.
  • Asparagus – Good supplies continue from central Mexico
  • Brussels Sprouts – Markets are short due to strong demand and lighter supplies.
  • Citrus – Lemons & Oranges: sizing will be a challenge this season.
  • Sugar Snap Peas – The western market will be active for about 10 days due to gap in production.
  • Celery – Demand has softened and the market is coming down quickly; quality is good.
  • Tomatoes – Romas: demand far exceeds supply, quality remains good with the market
  • Blueberries – Supplies are shorter with a gap coming.
  • Garlic – Supply will be your biggest concern.
  • Cucumbers – GA has good volume and quality, but the recent rain could cause issues with quality.
  • Yellow Squash – Inconsistent weather has slowed production, creating low availability and high pricing.
  • Grapes – Quality is good from the new domestic crop; sugars are beginning to increase, thanks to warming temperatures inland.
  • Brussels Sprouts – Markets are short due to strong demand and lighter supplies.
  • Celery – Supplies are short and the market is extremely active.
  • Citrus – Lemons and Oranges: Sizing will be a challenge this season.
  • Squash – Western markets will be active on yellow and zucchini for the next 7 – 10 days.
  • Tomatoes – Round: Markets remain elevated from increased demand and reduced supply.  Reminder: Do NOT store tomatoes in the