At a Glance…
Supply remains tight on celery out of Oxnard and tomatoes out of Central Florida.
Tomatoes - West
Tomatoes - East
Heavy rains in the Georgia growing region are putting upward pressure on prices. Market in the western region remains active due to light supplies.
Supplies are improving in all growing regions. Quality is good, with vibrant green color, little dehydration, and improved crown size.
Supplies are tightening up as we finish the week. Quality has been good, with little yellowing, minimal bruising and black spotting.
Market remains strong due to limited supplies in Oxnard region. Market is expected to stay strong until Salinas comes into better volume in mid-June.
Market is steady out of all growing regions, which include Southern California, South Texas, Mexico, Washington and New Mexico. Quality is good out of all areas.
Market is steady with good volume. Some minor quality issues are still being reported, but overall quality is good.
Supplies remain tight in the east. Central Florida fields are finishing up. Quincy is scheduled to start production next week, with South Carolina fields coming on next weekend. Quality is variable.
Market remains steady. Light fringe burn and some pink ribbing are being reported.
Quality has been good for all varieties out of all regions. New York McIntosh market is high due to extremely light supplies.