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This Week’s Highlights – July 15,2019

  • Cucumber – Supply is tight in the West and prices are up this week. Easter supply is coming from Georgia and supply is steady.  Quality is fair to good.
  • Arugula – Supply and quality have improved and product is available.
  • Cauliflower – Supply is expected to be good, but will lighten up as we head into the weekend. Volume could be down significantly next week.
  • Celery – The market has finally stabilized. Plenty of supply available.
  • Sugar Snap Peas & Snow Peas – Quality is good, supply is abundant.

This Week’s Highlights – July 8, 2019

  • Iceberg, romaine, spinach, spring mix and leafy greens – Due to recent rainfall and extreme heat in the Salinas growing region, there is limited supply, lasting well into July.
  • Brussels Sprouts – Supply is plentiful and quality is good.
  • Broccoli – Supple is very good this week and demand is steady.
  • Asparagus – Supply and quality are good.
  • Green Cabbage – Supply and quality are good
  • Celery – The market has finally stabilized. Plenty of supply available.

This Week’s Highlights – June 24, 2019

  • Peaches – Domestic peaches are available out of South Carolina and Central Georgia…this week’s good buy.
  • Avocados – EXTREME – Record high field prices in Mexico, California is in their seasonal decline. Flexibility on sizing as well as origins is requested from suppliers.
  • Strawberries – Experiencing severe shortages and higher prices due to the past rain, followed by extreme heat in the berry growing region.  Check local farmers for supply and quality products.
  • Lettuce (all varieties) from West Coast Suppliers – ESCALATED – Short supply due to weather issues and the quality has been affected by the heat.
  • Corn – Good supply available on yellow, white and bi-color out of Florida and the desert.
  • Cauliflower – Supply is expected to be very good this week.