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  • Napa Cabbage – Supply is steady and quality is good.
  • Kiwi – Good supply available. Tip: Try pureeing kiwi and using it as a meat tenderizer or marinade!
  • Grape Tomatoes – Supply is steady. Quality is good.
  • Raspberries – Supplies are steady, and prices are good.
  • Cucumbers – Prices are up this week due to limited supply from weather patterns. Quality is fair to good.
  • Strawberries – Supplies have improved, and prices are improving. Expect further improvement over the next two weeks.
  • Blueberries – Supplies are steady and quality is good.
  • Lettuce – Harvesting has been on the slower side, due to cold weather. Watch for varying degrees of blister, epidermal peel and burn.  Lack of supplies could cause the market to be higher.
  • Cucumbers – Prices are dropping this week as supply from Honduras has increased in the
  • Avocados – Strong and stable supplies are expected to continue into the new year and through Super Bowl.
  • Broccoli/Broccoli Florets – The market has improved. Supplies and quality are both good.
  • Brussels Sprouts – Supplies are good, the market has improved.
  • Carrots – Both good quality and volume.
  • Cauliflower – Supplies and quality are both good.
  • Strawberries – EXTREME- Supplies are extremely short due to the rain in CA and the cold weather in
  • Apples – There is great supply of all apple varieties out of Washington, New York, California, Pennsylvania and Michigan. Quality is at it’s best.
  • Strawberries – At an extreme, high prices and supplies are short due to rain in CA and cold weather in Florida.
  • Raspberries – Volume will remain stable through the end of the year.
  • Lemons – New crop is available out of CA and product is showing good quality.
  • Cantaloupe
  • Market disruptions from the CDC Romaine advisory along with winter growing season experiencing cooler than normal temperatures have caused many items to be in very EXTREME markets. Broccoli, kale, iceberg, green leaf spring mix, arugula and spinach crops have slowed down with higher demand.
  • The field are experiencing lower yields, lighter weights, and poor quality.
  • Overall available volumes/yields are expected to be lower over the next couple of weeks with anticipated higher prices.
  • Strawberries