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Market Information

  • The Source - February 29, 2016
    Cauliflower isn’t exactly transitioning to a new growing region but rather there is overlap with Salinas Valley starting.
  • The Outlook - February 29, 2016
    A strong High pressure system out west is forecast to bring possible record high temperatures to the Southwestern desert regions
  • The Source - February 25, 2016
    Onions: Texas hit with heavy thunderstorms in some of the onion growing areas.
  • The Source - February 22, 2016
    Carrots are still small, but growing and yields are showing some improvement on Jumbo size carrots. Jumbo size still very tight, and still looks like a few weeks for a good percentage size to come. Supplies of medium size and baby peeled carrots are is good.
  • The Source - February 18, 2016
    Raspberries are expected to remain limited through the next 2-3 weeks as the crop is gapping in Central Mexico, the main growing region for this season.
  • The Source - February 15, 2016
    Eastern Tomatoes from Florida continue to struggle due to weather conditions, with production and yields. Out west, supplies continue to get better with mexico crossings, however, sizing still a bit of an issue. Look for Florida to continue to be lighter through the winter.
  • The Source - February 11, 2016
    Carrots: Jumbo size carrots from California are extremely limited in availability. Look to be this way for 3 to 4 weeks.
  • The Source - February 8, 2016
    Strawberry availability remains limited in all growing/loading regions as demand for Valentine’s Day berries is keeping us in a demand exceeds supply situation.
  • The Source - February 4, 2016
    Strawberries remain extremely limited in all growing/loading regions and demand for Valentine’s Day berries is keeping us in a demand exceeds supply situation.
  • The Outlook - February 2, 2016
    Weather patterns across the U.S. and Mexico will continue to impact production from the various growing regions. All signs point to a continuing strong El Nino event this winter and spring.
  • The Source - February 1, 2016
    The market is much higher on all Bell Peppers.