This Week’s Highlights – June 29, 2020

  • Citrusburst Finger Limes – a fun, yet tiny fruit that can be used as an interesting garnish on a baked good or cocktail, or even in a dressing to add a citrus element. Top a fruit salad with finger lime pulp, just be sure to leave out any other citrus because these will surely be the fresh pop that you need!
  • Pineapples – Quality is high and taste is wonderful.
  • Romain/Romain Hearts – Supply is becoming limited. Expect reduced supply for at least the next month. With the recent demand increase, we have seen market pricing advance dramatically.
  • Cantaloupe – ESCALATED – extreme conditions continue to wreak havoc on domestic melon supply.  Expect limit supply, quality issues and higher pricing.
  • Arugula – Supply and quality are good.

This Week’s Highlights – March 16, 2020

  • Round Tomatoes – Florida’s volume continues to improve; weather permitting, production will slowly be making its way back to normal numbers by March end.  Quality is very nice.  Mexico’s volume is good and quality is very nice. Reminder…DO NOT store tomatoes in the refrigerator, doing so causes a loss of flavor and creates a mealy texture.
  • Strawberries – Rain in all growing areas of California are causing shortages and increasing prices; anticipating lighter-than-normal supply through the month of March.
  • English Cucumbers – Good volume and good quality.
  • Asparagus – Mexico has very good quality and ample supply.
  • Arugula – Good supply and quality.

This Week’s Highlights – August 12, 2019

  • Blueberries, Blackberries and Raspberries – Expect low volumes for the next few weeks as well as some quality issues.
  • Romaine – Supply is good, but there are many quality issues…fringe, wind burn and light twist.
  • Eggplant – Production continues to ramp up…quality is outstanding, volume is good.
  • Arugula – Supply and quality are good.
  • Broccoli/Broccoli Florets – Demand is very good and the market is improving.

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.