Peppers, Bell

PEPPERS, BELL

Bell peppers are a consistent favorite for many consumers. While the likelihood of a pepper purchase fell four percentage points from last year, peppers remain the No. 5 vegetable that shoppers select – a trend that’s held true for three years now. Peppers also rank sixth among items that shoppers say they’re buying now that they had not purchased previously.

 

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Market Scope - Peppers, bell — F.o.b.s as of Dec. 8

2014-12-07

CENTRAL AND SOUTH FLORIDA — Shipments (75-60-115) — Movement expected to decrease early, increase late. Trading active. Prices generally unchanged. Includes palletizing and cooling. 1 1/9-bushel cartons green jumbo and extra-large $14.35-14.85, large $12.35-12.85, medium and irregular size fair quality mostly $10.35-12.35. Quality generally good.

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH NOGALES, ARIZ. — Crossings (108-117-100, field-grown 89-98-78, greenhouse 19-19-22) — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Trading early slow, late active. Prices higher. 1 1/9-bushel cartons extra-large mostly $14.95, large mostly $10.95-12.95, medium $8.95-10.95; fair quality extra-large mostly $10.95, large $7.95-9.95, medium mostly $6.95-8.95. Greenhouse 11-pound cartons red extra-large $18.95, large $16.95; yellow extra-large mostly $18.95, large mostly $14.95-16.95. Quality variable.

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (62-48-42, greenhouse 43-32-26, field-grown 19-16-16) — Movement expected about the same. Trading red-type fairly active for light supplies, others moderate. Prices higher. Greenhouse 11-pound cartons jumbo and extra-large red mostly $16.95-18.95, yellow and orange mostly $14.50-15.95. Quality variable.

COACHELLA VALLEY, CALIF. — Shipments (61-40-31) — Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Trading red irregular size active at slightly lower prices, large active. Prices red large slightly higher, irregular size slightly lower. Red 15-pound cartons large mostly $20.95-22.95; irregular size fair quality mostly $20.95-22.95. Green supplies insufficient to establish a market. Quality generally good.

 


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