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  • 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.
  • Avocados – The market is in a crisis due to the labor strike and taken a turn for the worse.
  • Blueberries – Low supply and high demand, with weather affecting harvest.
  • Grapefruit & Lemons – Grapefruit supplies limited/high demand; smaller lemon supplies are short.
  • English Cucumbers – Supply is slowly improving, but still demand exceeds.
  • Apples – Small sizes are in an extreme shortage.
  • Peppers – Supplies will remain tight on both coasts until GA starts up in a few days with steady supplies by month end.
  • Lemons – Supplies are tight due to rain halting the harvest.
  • English Cucumbers – Markets are active from heat affecting plants, causing a replant and then a gap. Small sizes are reported.
  • Celery – Good condition and low pricing.
  • Melons – Good quality fruit from northern CA with about