Onions

ONIONS

This pungent vegetable finds its way into most consumers’ carts. In fact, it was the second most-popular vegetable in Fresh Trends 2013. Onions moved up from the No. 3 vegetable spot last year and were the fourth most-popular commodity overall in this year’s survey. The likelihood of purchase slid one percentage point from last year.

 

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Market Scope - Onions, dry — F.o.b.s as of Dec. 8

2014-12-07

U.S. — Shipments (including imports, 917-696*-840) — The top shipping areas for the week, in order, were Idaho and Malheur County, Ore.; Columbia Basin, Wash.; New York; Peru and Colorado. *revised.

IDAHO AND MALHUER COUNTY, ORE. — Shipments (280-211-303) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading fairly slow. Prices generally unchanged. Yellow spanish hybrid U.S. 1 50-pound sack supercolossal mostly $7-8, colossal mostly $6, jumbo mostly $5, medium mostly $4; white 50-pound sacks jumbo $12, medium $10; red globe-type U.S. 1 25-pound sacks jumbo $6.50-7, medium mostly $5.

COLUMBIA BASIN, WASH., AND UMATILLA BASIN, ORE. — Shipments (242-209-250, includes export of 44-39-55) — Movement expected remain about the same. Trading fairly slow. Prices whites lower, others generally unchanged. Yellow hybrid-type 50-pound sacks colossal $6-6.50, jumbo $4.50-5, medium $3-4; white 50-pound sacks jumbo mostly $10-11, medium mostly $8.50-9; red globe-type 25-pound sacks jumbo mostly $5, medium mostly $4.

PERU IMPORTS (REPACKED AT VARIOUS EAST COAST SHIPPING POINTS) — Shipments (85-49-58) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading fairly slow. Prices generally unchanged. Yellow granex marked sweet 40-pound cartons jumbo mostly $14-15.

NEW YORK — Shipments (64-55-55) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading fairly slow. Prices unchanged. Yellow globe-type 50-pound sacks jumbo mostly $8, medium 2¼-inch minimum $6-7, 2-inch minimum $5-6.  Red globe-type 25-pound sacks jumbo $7.50-8.50, medium mostly $7. Quality good.

NORTH AND EAST POINTS, COLO. — Shipments (76-51-41) — Movement expected to increase as normal shipping schedules resume. Trading fairly slow. Unofficial prices for Dec. 8, yellow hybrid 50-pound sacks supercolossal $10-11, colossal $8-10, jumbo $7-8.50, medium $5.50-7.50; red globe-type 25-pound sacks jumbo $7.50-8.50, medium $5.50-7.50.

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA DISTRICT — Shipments (44-31-29) — Movement expected to increase as normal shipping schedules resume. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market.

MICHIGAN — Shipments (37-20-20) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading fairly slow. Prices unchanged. Yellow globe-type master container 16 3-pound mesh sacks medium $7-8.50, repacker size $6-7.50. Quality mostly good.

CENTRAL WISCONSIN — Shipments (16-16-14) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading moderate. Prices generally unchanged. Yellow globe-type U.S. 1 50-pound sacks medium mostly $6-7, master container 16 3-pound mesh sacks medium mostly $8.50.

 


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