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Summer Tips
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June 23, 2015
Local Availability
Our long winter has delayed our local season and our cold, wet spring has resulted in production being several weeks later than usual. 
Zucchini, Cucumbers, and Blueberries are now available!
Jersey Fresh Forecast:
Tomatoes and Corn- Later planting will result in a later harvest. Large volumes won't be available until mid-July.
Peaches- The season will be delayed; yellow peaches will be early to mid-July and white peaches will be late-July.

The Source:  Commodity Updates
Your source for learning how weather and other conditions across the country and the globe affect the quality, availability, and pricing of your fresh fruits and produce.


Blackberries and Raspberries - We are in a seasonal supply gap as we transition from Mexican to Californian growing regions.


Stone Fruit - California Peaches and Nectarines are peaking in larger packs with good supplies. Demand is down, holding prices down. Quality is excellent.


Oranges - California Navels are finishing up. California Valencia oranges crops are producing good volumes with very good quality.


Lemons - Demand exceeds supply due to summertime demand and lighter production as a result of the drought in California. Expect lighter supplies though the summer and into the fall.


For more updates on commodities:

Summer Oranges are here!

May through August is the peak

of Valencia season.



Valencia Oranges are perfect for juicing. They possess the perfect balance of sweet and tart flavors, they're thin-skinned, have few seeds, and are extremely juicy.


Easy Peeling!

Valencia oranges have a thin skin, making them much easier to peel than other varieties of oranges.


Enhance Fresh Summer Dishes!

Valencia segments and juice make a wonderful addition to salads, dressings, marinades, salsas, desserts, cocktails, and more.


Click here for more information on Valencia Oranges. 



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