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February 2, 2016

Driver of the Month
Corey Medley
Corey was nominated by one of our customers, Sue from Ancillae-Assumpta Academy in Wyncote, PA. Sue said, "Corey was charming and a real asset to our company, Seashore Fruit and Produce should be glad to have him, courteous and friendly, a good ambassador and that is really important to the customer."  She continued to say that her coworkers had made the same assessment.
Corey started with us on July 6, 2015. Here are some of the things his managers and peers say about him: "He does a great job, he's very pleasant to speak to, great attitude, respectful and his character speaks for itself, a true gentleman, very humble and does not procrastinate."
Congratulations to Corey for a job well done!
Our drivers of the month are recognized on our company bulletin board and the receive a $100 bonus.
If you think your delivery driver does a fantastic job, let us know. To nominate your driver, please reach out to our Human Resources Manager, Dazlyn DeGennaro at 609.345.3229 x129 or dazd@seashoreeast.com


Commodity Updates
Keep up-to-date on how weather and other conditions across the country and the globe affect the quality, availability, and pricing of your fresh fruits and produce.

Broccoli:  Broccoli Supplies are abundant and prices are extremely
aggressive. There are several growing regions currently harvesting. And now to add to the mix, Salinas has started harvesting in limited quantities. Quality is really nice from all growing regions. Look for supplies and markets to remain the same for the week.

Brussels Sprouts:  Brussels Sprout supplies are slowly getting better. The market remains firm but looks to loosen up by the end of the week. Sizing is still in the small to medium range. Quality has improved as well.
Iceberg & Leaf Lettuces:  Cold frigid temperatures throughout the week in Yuma will effect quality of lettuce.

ALERT! Strawberries:  Extremely limited and demand is exceeding supply in all growing/loading regions.
Unfortunately, we are in a "perfect storm" scenario with cool weather, limited availability and the increased holiday demand. California and Florida continue to face the same struggles with weather and quality. Shippers are not confirming any market berry orders in advance and availability will be on a day to day basis. If advance orders are booked, fill rates are subject to that day's availability.
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