Category: Produce Update

Stefan: Today there is rain in the forecast in Vancouver for the first time in weeks. In California they are counting months between rain forecasts. The drought there persists and the Governor of...
Words heard this week from Cawston is that the apples are all going to be much larger this year. This means way more 80/88ct sizing and larger available compared to the 100/113ct sizing. In contrast...
From Jodi: Fall seems to be sneaking up on us faster than we are all ready for. The thought of getting Thanksgiving ad planners going is scary, as is unpacking the wool socks and sweaters. But...
We’re just back from visiting farms and farmers in Michoacan, Guanajuato, Jalisco and Aquascalientes in a week-long whirlwind tour.  Don’t be jealous about a week in the sun – this is rainy...
From Jodi: What a sweet thing to wake up to the sound of rain this morning! It was the first reminder that, sadly, fall is coming, but with that brings all kinds of different spuds and other...
Global apple supply seems to have made it through the crunch without any gaps.  The produce world is going to go a bit whacko in the next little while, although it won’t have much impact on us...
Stefan: Early Gold apples are being picked this week and Sunrise will be hot on their heels hitting our price list next week. Forrest Nelson and Sundance Farm are coming into a glut of tomatoes and...
Stefan:  The first BC apples have arrived with Sumac, Transparent and Vista Bella now in stock. Early Golds will be picked on the weekend so look for those mid week next week although it may be...
Well, Mother Nature has struck again and a double whammy coming on its heels.  Torrential rain and hail cut across the Okanagan, especially the Naramata bench and West Kelowna – major cherry...
   Here’s your mid-week update – direct from the buyers mouths:From Stefan:  One of those weird summer storms is brewing south of us in Washington, with downpours and...
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