Florida was expected to end production May 6 and the transition to Georgia should go well, Pioneer’s Browder said in late April.
“They should be great,” Browder said. “During the transition, the deal is usually overwhelmed with volume.”
J&S Produce Inc., Mount Vernon, Ga., plans to start May 10, about five days late.
“We expect to have steady supplies and good quality,” said Joey Johnson, president. “The crops are good. There aren’t any problems except being delayed because of wetness.”