As the numbers start to diminish out of the desert, the market has started to react and pricing is higher. Supplies will start to increase in the coming weeks as the Salinas season starts to build numbers and the market adjusts again.
Moderate supplies out of Florida from Central America expected to remain about the same. Prices are much lower. Quality and condition are variable.
The carrot market continues steadily into the Easter holiday. Growers are seeing better supplies of Jumbo and cello size which has stabilized the market. Demand for snack carrots though still is strong with recommended advance ordering it’s still the way to go. Shippers appear to have caught up with most of the baby demand and improving supplies should continue.
Cauliflower demand is steady. Supplies are still light. Markets look to stay high through next week. Salinas had rain so that has slowed down the Flower in Salinas.
Market steady with great quality at the moment. Yuma region is coming to an end so Oxnard will be the primary ship point. Celery fields have been reported to be behind in production so deals are being made to move volumes.
Market steady with nice quality. Growers are expecting the market to firm up as we head into the Easter push.
Still plenty of supply being harvested out of the desert. This market should not change next week.
Limited supplies and an increase in demand have helped lift the market. With the country starting to open up more restaurants and schools are beginning to open, the need for the more processed iceberg, the prices have started to climb. The transition North is just around the corner.
No change as plenty is available out of the desert with limited demand.
As the demand increases (Restaurants and Schools) we have seen the market jump this week, and there could be another increase next week.