Parsley

PARSLEY

 


Packer Stories

UPDATED: Grower says FDA forcing recall weeks after the fact

02/13/2014

(UPDATED COVERAGE 5:12 p.m.) A Florida grower says the Food and Drug Administration is mandating a recall of curly parsley five weeks after it was harvested — and long after its shelf life had expired — after a positive test for salmonella.

Gold Coast Packing sports new logo

07/02/2012

Gold Coast Packing Inc. has adopted a new logo to reflect growth at the company that includes ongoing construction of a processing plant and cold storage facility.

New Jersey growers begin shipments early

05/24/2012

Garden State shippers begin shipments early, summer crops to be on-time

TrueTrac signs companies for PTI program

05/02/2012

Two high-profile companies recently signed with TrueTrac LLC, Salinas, Calif., to use LabelTrac and HarvestTrac to comply with the Produce Traceability Initiative.

Parsley sold in Saskatchewan contaminated

04/06/2012

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency issued a public warning April 4 regarding possible cryptosporidium contamination of fresh parsley sold at one grocery store in Saskatchewan.

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Market Scope - Parsley — F.o.b.s as of Nov. 17

2014-11-16

ALL CALIFORNIA DISTRICTS — Shipments (7-7-7) —

CENTRAL COAST, CALIF. — Movement expected to decrease below the 5 units shipped the week of Nov. 10. Trading moderate. Prices generally unchanged. Cartons bunched 60s curly mostly $16-16.75, plain mostly $13.45-14.50. Quality generally good.

OXNARD DISTRICT, CALIF. — Movement expected about the same as the 2 units shipped the week of Nov. 10. Trading moderate. Prices higher. Cartons bunched 60s curly and plain $15.75-16.95. Quality generally good.

IMPERIAL, COACHELLA AND PALO VERDE VALLEYS, CALIF., CENTRAL AND WESTERN ARIZONA AND MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND SAN LUIS, ARIZ. — Crossings (MX 1-1-1, shipments AZ 0-1-1) — Movement expected to increase from Mexico and Arizona as more shippers begin the season. California shippers expect to begin harvest the week of Nov. 17. Trading moderate. Prices cartons bunched 60s curly mostly $16.55-17, plain mostly $13.85-14.11. Quality generally good.

 


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