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Monthly Archives: September 2022

Apple

November 2nd, 2020 Supply Update: The new apple crop is now in the last stages of harvest.

The new apple crop is now in the last stages of harvest. The crop is coming in smaller than projected and is now projected to be in the 110-million bushel area versus projections in early August of 135 million. This [...]

October 30, 2020 Produce Supply Update
Avocados – "Enhanced" inspections by Texas of commercial vehicles from Mexico

October 26th, 2020 Supply Update: The fall season is beginning in a small way, but they expect demand to exceed supply for the next few weeks.

Strawberries remain extremely limited, with shippers cutting back or not accepting orders right now. Heat in the fields caused a lot of damage, which was then followed by chilly weather slowing down growth. The fall season is beginning in a [...]

October 23, 2020 Produce Supply Update
Strawberries

October 19th, 2020 Supply Update: Strawberries remain extremely limited, with shippers cutting back or not accepting orders right now.

Strawberries remain extremely limited, with shippers cutting back or not accepting orders right now. Heat in the fields caused a lot of damage, which was then followed by chilly weather slowing down growth. The fall season is beginning in a [...]

October 16, 2020 Produce Supply Update
Green Peppers; with the higher pricing of green peppers, farmers will elect to pick them green rather than waiting for them to ripen to yellow or red

October 12th, 2020 Supply Update: Green pepper is winding down in Michigan, with Georgia growers starting to pickup in volume.

Strawberries remain extremely limited, with shippers cutting back or not accepting orders right now. Heat in the fields caused a lot of damage, which was then followed by chilly weather slowing down growth. The fall season is beginning in a [...]

October 9, 2020 Produce Supply Update
Strawberries

October 5th, 2020 Supply Update: Strawberries remain extremely limited, with shippers cutting back or not accepting orders right now.

Strawberries remain extremely limited, with shippers cutting back or not accepting orders right now. Heat in the fields caused a lot of damage, which was then followed by chilly weather slowing down growth. The fall season is beginning in a [...]

October 1, 2020 Produce Supply Update