CORN

More than half of all shoppers purchased sweet corn in the past year, although the likelihood of purchase fell four percentage points from Fresh Trends 2012. Affluence and age were clear factors in corn purchases. The likelihood of purchase increased according to income for the fifth straight year, and the older a consumer the more likely they were to buy corn.

 

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Packer Stories

Kansas City chef features locally grown corn

07/22/2014

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — When life gives Chef Jasper lemons, he makes limoncello. And locally grown sweet corn.

Fresh, inviting produce displays trump fire sale offerings

07/18/2014

Produce managers must be very careful when dealing with distressed produce.

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.

Corn, cucumbers late, beans slightly lower early

07/17/2014

Buyers should expect later starts for The Empire State’s sweet corn and cucumber deals, while green beans should begin harvesting on time but with lower volume.

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 - Corn — F.o.b.s as of July 21

2014-07-20

CENTRAL DISTRICT, CALIF. — Shipments (157-80-75) — Movement expected to decrease. Trading early fairly active, late moderate. Prices white higher, yellow generally unchanged. Cartons 4 dozen minimum white mostly $14.95, yellow $15.95-16.95. Quality generally good.

SOUTHWEST INDIANA AND SOUTHEAST ILLINOIS — Shipments (6-59-64) — Movement expected to increase slightly. Prices higher. Unofficial prices from industry sources cartons/crates 4 dozen minimum bicolor mostly $11-11.50. Some sales at previously committed prices. No daily f.o.b. shipping point prices issued as of July 21. Quality variable.

SOUTH GEORGIA — Shipments (513-242-40) — No shipments expected as shippers are finished for the season. LAST REPORT.

MICHIGAN — Shipments (0-0-3) — Movement expected to increase. Current supplies in too few hands to establish a market. The first f.o.b. shipping point prices were expected the week of July 21.

NEW YORK — Initial harvest expected to get underway later in the period. FIRST REPORT.

EASTERN VIRGINIA — Shipments light — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading fairly active Prices higher. Wirebound crates 4 dozen minimum yellow mostly $12.70, white mostly $11.70, bicolor mostly $12.70.

 


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