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March 15, 2016



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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.

Asparagus: 
The market is directly reacting to increased pull for Easter and rain in the Salinas Valley. Demand for Easter has started and look for prices to remain active this week, with sporadic supplies on a daily basis. Quality is still excellent with all sizes available.

ALERT! Blueberries: 
Blueberry production is rapidly winding down out of Chile for the season. Florida and California are beginning to produce on a small scale. Supplies will be short over the next 2-3 weeks at least and markets will get stronger. Demand is already strengthening as availability has tightened up.

ALERT! Brussels Sprouts: 
There is a major shortage of Brussels sprouts mainly due to the previous hot weather in Mexico. This brought on early supplies and fields bunched up together. We are now experiencing the supply gap from that time frame. This will last for the next couple of weeks. Quality is still good with minimal black leaves upon arrival.
 
Cantaloupe and Honey Dew Melons:
Offshore melons are approaching peak season with good quality and pricing.
 
Kale:
Kale supplies continue to be plentiful and thus keeping the market steady. Excellent quality with dark green color and little dehydration.
 
Pears:
D'Anjou, Bosc, and Bartlett varieties are plentiful.
 
ALERT! Strawberries: 
Quality is being affected by heavy rain and wind in California growing areas. Wetness, bruising, and dark fruit is being reported; this is expected to continue for the next two weeks
 
   
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