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Produce Market Report for Week of January 26, 2015
by Coastal Sunbelt Produce | January 26, 2015


Vegetables

Asparagus: Prices are steady. Mexican production has started in small quantities.
Broccoli: Markets are much higher.
Cauliflower: Prices remain high.
Corn: Prices are steady. Production has been slow due to cold weather.
Cucumber: Prices are lower. Product is coming from Mexico and Florida, and Honduras is starting production.
Eggplant: Florida production has steady prices.
Onions: Plentiful supplies on onions with stable prices.
Peppers: Red and green pepper pricing are both lower.
Potatoes: Red potatoes are steady. Idaho potato prices will be higher.
Squash: Both green and yellow squash prices are steady.

Tomatoes

Product is coming from Florida and Mexico.
6X6: Stable prices with good quality. 6X7, 5X6: Lower prices.
Green: Stable prices; good quality. Beefsteaks: Stable prices with good quality.
Plums: Better supplies and steady prices. Grapes: Good quality with stable prices.

Lettuce

Iceberg: Prices are lower. Quality will be fair.
Red and green leaf: Prices are high on red and green lettuce.
Romaine: Prices remain high. Quality is fair.

High Alert: Lettuces continue to show blistering, peeling, and smaller sizing as a result of below freezing temperatures in the desert growing region. Prices remain high. Expect this to last for a few more weeks.

Fruits

Apples: All apples are seeing steady prices.
Avocados: Prices are stable. Mexican production has started.
Blackberries: Prices are higher.
Blueberries: Argentina and Chile have good production with steady prices.
Cantaloupe/Honeydew: Cantaloupe prices are lower. Honeydew prices are steady.
Grapefruit: Florida grapefruit is starting with limited availability and higher prices.
Grapes: Prices are slightly higher on red and white grapes.
Lemons: Prices remain high on California product. Smaller lemons continue to see price increases as well as shaky quality.
Limes: Prices are lower due to cold weather in Mexico.
Mangoes: Prices are steady. Product is coming from Ecuador and Peru.
Oranges: California oranges will have smaller sizes with stable prices. Prices are increasing on larger sizes. Florida oranges are stable.
Pears: Pears from Washington are seeing higher prices.
Pineapples: Supplies remain tight with smaller sizing and higher prices.
Raspberries: Prices are higher with good quality.
Strawberries: Prices are steady, and quality is very good.

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Gourmet Market Report for Week of January 26-31,2015
by Coastal Sunbelt Produce | January 26, 2015


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.

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