WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
Avocado (Mexican) Continued: Unfortunately, because of the limited supplies and the time lapse between harvest, fruit arriving into the U.S. and the ripening process, we can expect to see green fruit and or early staged fruit (stage1/2) for the begging of next week. Ripe fruit will not be an option this coming week. If crews do in fact harvest tomorrow or Thursday, preconditioned fruit could be available (at the earliest) by the end of next week. There really is no definitive schedule yet, as fruit takes 5-7 days to ripen. Availability will vary per DC as fruit crosses from Mexico into Texas. Keep in mind transportation/trucks will be tight once fruit becomes available.
Onions: Transportation is limited
Potatoes: Transportation limited due to the extra demand for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Potatoes (colored): Transportation limited.
Squash (Eastern): Plenty of squash supply.
Stone Fruit: Nectarines are done for the season. Peaches are very limited. Plums are phasing out.