Limes: Stable Market! Current week continues to see high consumption in the US and consumption is expecting to hold as we head into the Memorial Day Weekend. Current week we have seen prices on large sizes holding in mid teen’s and smaller sizes in the $12 range.
Lemons: As the food service sector begins to reintegrate in the U.S, we will crank up harvest. Stay tuned!
Valencia Oranges: Firm Market! Florida, Texas have finished their crop and now California is seeing low harvests on Vals & Navels. We will continue with Val’s out of Mexico thru July; however,expect the prices to continue holding in the mid teens.
Jumbo Carrots: Supply Gap! Demand continues to exceed supply;currently spot market prices have been as high as$14 FOB Texas. Supply gaps are expected to continue in the Mexico growing regions, we expect to see some relief by June 15.
Broccoli Crowns (Asian Cut): Crop damages reported! Growing regions continue to experience major weather patterns (storms & hail) wiping out broccoli fields completely.
Green Beans: Rising Market! Hailstorms and other weather patterns have caused many green bean fields to be wiped out in Mexico. Texas has started harvesting beans, market holding $16-18 FOB Texas.
Texas Onions: Done for the Season! Thank You to our customers for helping us close our 2020 Season!
Vegetables Texas Cabbage: Ending the Season! We are in the final days of cabbage harvest in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas. Market is holding at$12on cartons and $9 on sacks. We are hoping to wrap up the season by Tuesday of next week.
Wrapping up soon!
Ending the Season! We are in the final days of cabbage harvest in the Rio Grande Valley of Texas.
Pineapples: Stable Market! Warmer temperatures in the Mexico growing regions has caused the crop to shift,currently peaking on 7/8ct.Larger sizes 5/6ct have tightened up and we have seen prices as high as $8.50FOB. Smaller sizes are in abundance and available for promotions!
Tommy Mangos: Market Correction! More mangos have entered the marketplace, currently with more regions starting the crop will be peaking on 10/12ct in the $4 range. Larger sizes are more stable in the $5 range , no problems with quality at the moment!
Texas Watermelons: Strong Demand! Memorial Day pulls have begun as we head into the main pull week for the holiday. Currently crop is peaking on Seedless 45/60ct $165 FOB, seeded 35ct $130 FOB Texas, with prices expecting to rise.