CABBAGE

The likelihood of a cabbage purchase fell four percentage points from Fresh Trends 2012. Age and affluence clearly play a role when it comes to cabbage purchases.

 

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Packer Stories

Hungenberg Produce invests in carrot operation

07/31/2014

Hungenberg Produce Inc. started its carrot season in Colorado July 15 after a busy winter and spring spent upgrading its machinery and shipping facility.

Applebee’s changes suppliers in wake of E. coli outbreak

07/23/2014

Health officials say there is no conclusive evidence that food from Applebee’s restaurants in Minnesota is linked to an E. coli outbreak, but the restaurants have switched suppliers for some foods after temporarily removing some fresh produce items from menus.

Empire State production to begin late on some items

07/17/2014

Though cabbage, sweet corn and cucumbers are starting late, growers expect to begin harvesting other summer New York vegetables on time.

Cabbage to be late, squash expected on time

07/17/2014

Because of spring planting problems, New York’s cabbage harvest is scheduled to begin a little later than usual, but growers plan to harvest squash on time.

Pioneer-Piedimonte partnership expands New York corn production

07/11/2014

A partnership will help a leading Florida sweet corn grower-shipper expand to year-round production.

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Market Scope - Cabbage — F.o.b.s as of July 21

2014-07-20

ALL CALIFORNIA DISTRICTS — Shipments (25-24-28) —

OXNARD DISTRICT, CALIF. — Movement expected about the same as the 18 units shipped the week of July 14. Trading moderate. Prices generally unchanged. 50- and 45-pound cartons 18-24s round green-type mostly $6.25-6.95, red-type $11.75-12.95. Quality generally good.

CENTRAL COAST, CALIF. — Movement expected about the same as the 10 units shipped the week of July 14. Trading moderate. Prices lower. 50-pound cartons 18-24s round green-type mostly $7-8.45, red-type mostly $10-12.45. Quality generally good.

MICHIGAN — Shipments (19-23-21) — Movement expected about the same. Trading moderate. Prices unchanged. 50-pound cartons round green-type medium $8-9.85. Quality good.

WESTERN AND CENTRAL NEW YORK — Shipments (0-0-19) — Movement expected to increase as harvesting increases. Trading moderate. Prices 50-pound cartons round green-type medium $8-10. Quality good.

NORTHEAST COLORADO — Shipments (7-12-18) — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Trading early fairly active, late fairly slow. Prices red much lower, green lower. 50-pound cartons medium round green-type mostly $8-8.50, red-type $10-11. 50-pound sacks large round green-type $5-6. Quality generally good.

SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN — Shipments (0-0-7) — Movement expected to increase as harvesting increases. Unofficial prices 50-pound cartons round green-type medium $8-10. Prices are from trade sources. No f.o.b. issued as of July 21. Quality good. FIRST REPORT.

SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA — Shipments very light — Movement expected to increase as more growers begin harvesting. Current supplies are very light and insufficient to establish market.

 


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