Mangoes are transition from Mexico to offshore countries of origin. Allow more time to ripen.
Apples: Washington Golden Delicious apples are extremely tight (not available) with light-volume Ginger Gold apples available next week.
Avocado (California): As the month progresses, the industry will see a downward trend in volume.
Brussels Sprouts: Brussels Sprouts market continues to get stronger as fields are gapping and producing low yields due to internal decay.
Cherries: Washington cherries are done for the season
Cilantro: Cilantro is in a demand exceed situation. The recent weather has hurt the yields out of the fields.
Grapes (Green): The recent heat wave caused some light amber color and softer berries, but these grapes are being separated. We expect good quality moving forward. Grapes (Red): High temps caused some softer berries, but product is being priced accordingly. Good quality grapes are plentiful.
Onions: Markets are dropping as Northwest starts up for the season while California and New Mexico wind down.
Potatoes: Markets will remain active over the next 4-5 weeks. Supplies will be limited; especially larger sizes. Advanced lead time on russet orders crucial during this time period. Potatoes (colored): Color potato markets remain firm to slightly lower. B size, #2 reds and premium yellow are limited.
Stone Fruit: Smaller size fruit will become limited as school demand continues to pick up.
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