This Week’s Highlights – November 30, 2020

  • Roma Tomatoes – Supply out of Florida has improved drastically over the past few days. Expect stable markets over the next several weeks.
  • Avocados – Good supply in the pipeline for remainder of the year.
  • Red Leaf Lettuce – Supply and quality are good.
  • Romaine and Romaine Hearts – Relatively short in supply; weights are light, quality is excellent.
  • Bok Choy – Supply is expected to be plentiful for the next three weeks. Quality is good.

This Week’s Highlights – November 23, 2020

  • Cauliflower – Supply will be light for the next 2 weeks.
  • English Cucumber – Supply is ramping up; quality is very nice.
  • Green Beans – Quality is marginal; supply is very light.
  • Red Leaf Lettuce – Supply and quality are very good.
  • Tomatoes – Roma & Round – Supply out of Florida will be limited over the next several weeks due to Tropical Storm Eta.

This Week’s Highlights – August 10, 2020

  • Cantaloupe – Quality remains at optimum levels, consistent brix levels in the 12-15% range with excellent flavor profiles.
  • Red Leaf Lettuce – Good supply and quality.
  • Artichokes – Expect lighter volume in the month of August. Prices are higher. Quality is good.
  • Cauliflower – Excellent volume and quality.
  • Rapini – Good supply again this week and for the next few weeks. Quality is strong overall.

This Week’s Highlights – July 20, 2020

  • Red Leaf Lettuce – Good supply and quality.
  • Artichokes – Good supply available this week. Quality is good.
  • Bok Choy – Supply and quality are good this week.
  • Peaches – Good supply and quality available out of California, Georgia and South Carolina.
  • Nappa Cabbage – Supply and quality are good this week.

This Week’s Highlights – June 8, 2020

  • Peaches – Good supply out of California, Georgia and South Carolina.
  • Red Leaf Lettuce – Good quality and good supply out of Salinas.
  • English Cucumbers – Good volume and good quality.
  • Cauliflower – Look for lighter supply heading into next week, as hot weather has slowed production.
  • Napa Cabbage – Due to extreme heat, Napa will show tip burn and weather related quality issues.