IMMOKALEE, Fla. — Florida is known for producing smaller quantities of some vegetables during the fall and winter.
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There is perhaps no culture more historic in its lore for food than the Chinese. Food is such a big part of the culture that people in China even greet one another by asking if he or she has eaten. People from the Canton region claim they live to eat, not the other way around. It is said that even Confucius was an avid connoisseur.More Packer Stories for Chinese Cabbage
Market Scope - Chinese cabbage — F.o.b.s as of July 21
CENTRAL COAST, CALIF. — Shipments (10-8-5) — Movement expected to increase. Trading early fairly slow, late moderate. Prices crates lower, cartons higher. Nappa WGA crates $14.35-17.50, 30-pound cartons mostly $12-12.35. Quality generally good.
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