Category: Produce Update

Lots to talk about.  First, just in case you only read the first lines – the trucking company schedules for the end of next week and holiday week are a big mess.  For some of you far away,...
Stefan: Now is NOT the time to promote cucumbers. Long English and field slicer types are in the midst of a production problem. We are scrambling to get anything right now from all the farms we work...
Scanning down the list, first stop is Avocado.  Pragor ran out of our regular (Europack) 4 kg boxes and subbed the standard US Boxes.  For those not familiar with the conversion, we’ve put...
Stefan: This is cleanup week at Origino. All the pepper plants are getting picked so we will get the last shot of this harvest by the end of the week. We will have green peppers, carnival peppers, as...
Geopolitics and global oil trade are in the news today – continuing to impact the value of the loonie, which of course impacts fresh fruit and vegetable pricing this time of year when most supply is...
Randy:  Our first cut of celery and lettuce has just arrived from Ecocampo in Central Mexico.  We have worked hard developing programs with solid, professional growers in this area, where...
Stefan: The word from Cawston is that there will be good volume on most apples until late December which means if you want to run ADs on any particular variety please let us know. Origino will...
I tried to get you all primed for chestnuts last week, and then the USDA put an inspection hold on them and they were at the border for several days – finally getting delivered today.  You’ll...
Jodi: November and December is when the citrus listings start to multiply… and all the tasty things start coming on. So here are some cliff notes for what’s to come in the next month (with brief...
Stefan: Well this is the last week we will receive Myers Farm produce. We should have enough supply to tide us over into next week. Get it while you can! We will still have Two EEs Farm greens and...
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