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Transition: Salinas to Yuma (FALL)

By Patrick Huber | October 19, 2017 |

Since GoFresh began building customers over 70 years ago, its mission has always been to take outstanding care of those customers and do whatever it takes to help make them and their businesses successful. A lot has changed in 70 years but their commitment to their customers has not and…

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Market Report – October 11th

By Patrick Huber | October 11, 2017 |

Here is a quick overview of this coming week in the fruit and vegetable markets. You should expect:   Apples: Large Granny Smith remain limited in Washington. Blackberries: Supplies remain limited with domestic fruit and quality is fair. Raspberries: Mexico production delayed due to recent rains. Oranges: California Valencia orange…

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Market Report

By Patrick Huber | October 4, 2017 |

Here is a quick overview of this coming week in the fruit and vegetable markets. You should expect:   Apples: Large Granny Smiths are still limited in Washington. Blackberries: Supplies are limited. Domestic quality is fair. Blueberries: Supplies remain limited this week. Cucumbers: There is a wide range of quality along…

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Market Report

By Patrick Huber | September 27, 2017 |

Here is a quick overview of this coming week in the fruit and vegetable markets. You should expect:   Broccoli: Extremely limited supplies for the next two weeks due to a supply gap caused by the previous heat in the Salinas and Santa Maria growing regions. The market is extremely active.…

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Market Update

By Patrick Huber | September 20, 2017 |

Here is a quick overview of this coming week in the fruit and vegetable markets. You should expect:   Blackberries: Supplies will be very limited for the next two weeks. Quality is fair and markets will be expensive. Blueberries: Supplies will continue to be limited this week with very little fruit…

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Market Update

By Patrick Huber | September 14, 2017 |

Here is a quick overview of this coming week in the fruit and vegetable markets. You should expect:   Avocado: Supplies from Mexico are still at historically low levels keeping the market at extremely high. This looks to be the trend for the next three weeks. Broccoli: The previous and current…

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Market Report

By Patrick Huber | September 14, 2017 |

Here is a quick overview of this coming week in the fruit and vegetable markets. You should expect:   Avocado: Supplies from Mexico are still at historically low levels keeping the market at extremely high. This looks to be the trend for the next three weeks.   Strawberries: Record high temperatures and…

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Market Report

By Patrick Huber | September 7, 2017 |

Here is a quick overview of this coming week in the fruit and vegetable markets. You should expect: Apples: Granny-smith apples are still in a demand exceeds supplies situation in Washington and California. Asparagus: Due to Hurricane Irma, inbounds will be delayed from Peru starting Friday 9/8. Avocado: Demand exceed supplies…

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Market Report

By Patrick Huber | August 31, 2017 |

Here is a qucik overview of this coming week in the fruit and vegetable markets. You should expect: Avocado: Mexico’s summer crop is small and limited. Mexican growers continue to hold field prices high as U.S. importers push to get a share of this limited amount of fruit. Bell Peppers:…

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Market Report

By Matthew Maennche | August 25, 2017 |

Here is a qucik overview of this coming week in the fruit and vegetable markets. You should expect: Avocado: Short supply with demand far exceeding supply. We are expecting prices to go up substantially with limited availability. Bell Peppers: These are the most reasonable markets we’ve seen all summer. Blueberries:…

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