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Produce Market Report for Week of April 14, 2014
by Coastal Sunbelt Produce | April 14, 2014


Vegetables

Asparagus: Prices remain high as Mexican production winds down.
Broccoli: Markets slightly higher with good quality.
Cauliflower: Prices will be much higher with good quality.
Corn: Prices are steady with good quality.
Cucumber: Good quality with steady prices.
Eggplant: Prices remain high with good quality.
Onions: Switching to new crop with yellow onions seeing lower prices and red onions seeing higher prices.
Peppers: Red, yellow, and green pepper prices are steady.
Potatoes: Russets and red potatoes are seeing higher prices.
Squash: Both green and yellow prices are stable.

Tomatoes

Transition in Florida has caused a lack of availability on tomatoes.
6X6, 6X7, 5X6: Good quality; stable prices Plums: Availability and quality are good.
Beefsteaks: Stable prices with good quality. Green: Stable prices; good quality.
Grapes and cherries: Good quality with stable prices.

Lettuce

Iceberg: Prices are slightly higher with good quality.
Red and green leaf: Prices are steady on green and red leaf lettuce with good quality.
Romaine: Prices are higher and quality is fair.

Fruits

Apples: All apples will see higher markets.
Avocadoes: Prices are lower with good quality on all fruit.
Blackberries: Prices are steady. Product is coming from Guatemala and Mexico with good quality.
Blueberries: Prices will remain high. Product is coming from Florida.
Cantaloupe/Honeydew: Cantaloupe and honeydew prices are steady.
Grapes: White and red grapes have steady prices. Product is from Peru.
Lemons: California quality is improving and markets are stabilizing.
Limes: Lime prices remain high!
Oranges/Grapefruit: California navels and Florida juice oranges are in stock. California fancy fruit markets are climbing.
Pineapples: Prices are steady and quality is good.
Raspberries: Prices are steady with very good quality.
Strawberries: Prices are higher due to rain earlier this month. Quality remains good.

Be Preapred

Lettuce prices are on the rise for the first time in 4 months and both Yuma and Huron regions are finished for the season, and Salinas supplies are not keeping up with spring demand.
We will be switching to new crop red onions this week.
Red plums won't be available until the end of the week.

Did you remember your dairy items? Why not add some heavy cream, butter, ½ & ½ or fresh eggs to your order this week

For more information contact your salesperson or call 410-799-8000.

 


 

Gourmet Market Report for Week of April 14-19, 2014
by Coastal Sunbelt Produce | April 14, 2014


Check out our latest Gourmet Report!  We have a wide variety of specialty fruits, vegetables, and other items you are sure to enjoy.

To view the report, click here or click the report image below to view a larger, printable version.

If you have any questions or would like to place an order, please call us at (410) 799-8000.


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