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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FPAA to host greenhouse symposiums

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The Fresh Produce Association of the Americas plans to host symposiums on greenhouse technology and marketing.

Ontario produce marketer closes after 85 years

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Eighty-five years after Burt Clifford founded one of southwestern Ontario’s early produce supply companies, Clifford Produce Sales Inc. has closed, its grower owners parting ways.

Melissa’s brings the heat with pepper cookbook

04/11/2014

LOS ANGELES — Peppers — 37 different kinds of them — are the topic of the latest cookbook from Melissa’s World Variety Produce Inc.

Nature Fresh vegetables now Non-GMO verified

04/02/2014

Eighteen fresh vegetable commodities grown at Nature Fresh Farms Inc. greenhouses in Leamington, Ontario, are now verified by the Non-GMO Project, including the company’s complete line of peppers, tomatoes and cucumbers.

In-store greenhouse shows shoppers tomato growing

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An in-store greenhouse that allows retailers to harvest tomatoes every week is receiving favorable shopper reaction.

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Market Scope - Peppers, bell — F.o.b.s as of April 21

2014-04-20

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH NOGALES, ARIZ. — Crossings (176-152-140, field-grown 148-128-116, greenhouse 28-24-24) — Movement expected to decrease. Trading moderate. Prices green large and medium higher, 15-pound cartons red slightly lower, others generally unchanged. 1 1/9-bushel cartons green extra-large mostly $10.95, large $8.95-10.95, medium $6.95-8.95; fair quality green extra-large $6.95-8.95, large $6.95-7.95, medium mostly $5.95; red extra-large and large mostly $24.95, irregular size fair quality mostly $20.95. 15-pound cartons red extra-large and large mostly $14.95. Greenhouse 11-pound cartons red extra-large $8.95-10.95, large $8.95-9.95. Quality and condition variable.

CENTRAL AND SOUTH FLORIDA DISTRICTS — Shipments (157-139-101) — Movement expected to increase. Trading active. Prices higher. Includes palletizing and cooling. 1 1/9-bushel cartons green jumbo and extra-large mostly $16.35, large mostly $14.35, medium and irregular size fair quality mostly $12.35. Quality generally good.

COACHELLA VALLEY, CALIF. — Shipments (22-32-48) — Movement expected about the same. Trading early fairly active, late active. Prices generally unchanged. 1 1/9-bushel cartons green jumbo and extra-large mostly $14.95, large $12.95, medium mostly $9.95-10.95, irregular size fair quality mostly $9.95; organic extra-large and large $38.95, irregular size fair quality $25.95. Quality generally good.

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (53-43*-8**, greenhouse 31-26*-4**, field-grown 22-17*-4**) — Movement expected about the same. Trading moderate. Prices red higher, yellow slightly lower, orange lower. Greenhouse 11-pound cartons jumbo and extra-large red (light supplies) mostly $10-11, yellow $10-11, orange mostly $11.25-12. Quality generally good. *revised, **data incomplete 

 


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