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High volume on California vegetables as desert deal finishes

03/19/2014

As vegetables started the spring transition out of desert growing regions, a modest bump in broccoli and cauliflower prices was expected. But overlapping production areas will keep volumes high on most items through March and into early April.

Josie’s Organics packaging wins award

03/12/2014

Braga Fresh Family Farms romaine hearts under the Josie’s Organics label rank among honorees in the 2014 Graphic Design USA package design competition.

Cheese behind Safeway, Buy-Low fresh-cut salad recall

02/26/2014

A recall by Safeway and Buy-Low of fresh-cut Caesar salads in Canada is related to potentially contaminated cheese, not fresh produce, according to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

Safeway, Buy-Low recall fresh-cut salads in Canada

02/26/2014

Safeway and Buy-Low Foods in Canada are recalling fresh-cut Caesar salad products because of possible listeria contamination.

Snoboy re-enters retail with focus on independents

02/13/2014

LAS VEGAS — At 89-years-young, the Snoboy brand is relaunching into the retail marketplace, focusing on independent grocers with initial offerings of fresh fruits and vegetables.

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Market Scope - Lettuce, romaine — F.o.b.s as of April 14

2014-04-13

ALL CALIFORNIA DISTRICTS — Shipments (238-281-379) —

SALINAS-WATSONVILLE, CALIF. — Movement expected to increase seasonally above the 323 units shipped the week of April 7. Trading early active, late moderate. Prices slightly higher. Cartons 24s mostly $14.25-15.61; hearts in 12 3-count packages mostly $14.45-15.65, film-lined 48s mostly $15.45-16.65. Quality generally good.

SANTA MARIA, CALIF. — Movement expected to increase slightly above the 22 units shipped the week of April 7. Trading early active, late moderate. Prices 24s higher, hearts slightly lower. Cartons 24s $12.85-14.95; hearts in 12 3-count packages $15.25-16.50. Quality generally good.

CENTRAL SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY, CALIF. — Movement expected to decrease sharply below the 21 units shipped the week of April 7 as most shippers are finished for the season. Supplies insufficient and in too few hands to establish a market. Quality variable. Lighter shipments were expected to continue through April 19. LAST REPORT.

OXNARD DISTRICT, CALIF. — Movement expected about the same as the 13 units shipped the week of April 7. Trading early active, late moderate. Prices lower. Cartons 24s mostly $11.75-12.75. Quality generally good.

 


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