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This information, provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Marketing Service, shows week-by-week shipments and f.o.b.s for commodities from  shipments for the fresh market. Protective services are extra unless otherwise stated. Shipments, in 1,000 cwt., are for weeks ending: 1st no. = May 2; 2nd no. = May 9; 3rd no. = May 16. Expected movement is for May 24 to June 6. F.o.b. prices are as of May 18.

Artichokes 

CENTRAL DISTRICT CALIFORNIA — Shipments (20-20-19) — Movement expected about the same. Trading moderate. Prices 18-36s slightly lower, 12s generally unchanged. Cartons Globe 12s mostly 14.50-14.75, 18s mostly 16.55-16.75, 24s mostly 16.55-16.65, 30s mostly 14.65-14.75, 36s 14.65-14.75; ORGANIC 12s 26.55, 18-24s 22.55, 30s 20.55. Quality variable. 

Asparagus 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA AND TEXAS 2020 CROP Crossings — (30-20-23) — Expected to remain the same. Trading Moderate. Prices Lower. 11 pound cartons/crates bunched green standard and large mostly 28.75-30.75. Extra services included. 

WALLA WALLA DISTRICT AND LOWER YAKIMA VALLEY WASHINGTON — Shipments (25-20-17) — Movement expected about the same. Available supplies light. Trading Very Active. Prices 28 pounds pyramid cartons/crates slightly higher, 11 pound cartons/crates generally unchanged. Washington Extra Fancy 28 pounds pyramid cartons/crates bunched large and standard mostly 66.75-68.75; 11 pound cartons/crates bunched large and standard mostly 30.75-32.75. Most present Shipments from previous commitments and/or prior bookings. 

MICHIGAN — Shipments (0-1-2) — expected to increase sharply. Harvest has resumed in Southern region following freeze and expected to get underway in West Central region current week. Expect first FOB Shipping Point Prices later in current week. 

PERU IMPORTS — PORTS OF ENTRY SOUTH FLORIDA Imports — (U-U-U) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Large and Standard Moderate, others Fairly Slow. Prices Much Lower. From Peru. 11 pound cartons bunched jbo mostly 22.75-23.75, xlge mostly 21.75-23.75, lge 23.75-25.75, std mostly 22.75-24.75, sml supply in too few hands to establish a market. (U = unavailable)

Broccoli 

SALINAS-WATSONVILLE CALIFORNIA — Shipments (126-124-122) — Movement expected about the same. Trading Crown Cut fairly active, bunched moderate. Prices Crown Cut higher, bunched slightly higher. Cartons bunched 14s mostly 7.35-8.65, 18s mostly 7.85-9.15; 20 pound cartons loose Crown Cut mostly 8.15-9.65, Short Trim mostly 9.15-10.65. ORGANIC cartons bunched 14s mostly 12.50-12.85; 20 pound cartons loose Crown Cut mostly 14.50-14.85. Quality variable. 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (79-59*-66) — Movement expected about the same. Trading early moderate, late active. Prices Slightly Higher. 20 pound cartons loose Crown Cut Short Trim 10.35-12.50. Quality variable. (* revised) 

SANTA MARIA CALIFORNIA — Shipments (56-69-53) — Movement expected about the same. Trading Fairly Active. Prices Higher. Cartons bunched 14s mostly 8.00-9.00, 18s mostly 8.50-9.50; 20 pound cartons loose Crown Cut mostly 9.00-10.00. Quality generally good. 

SOUTH GEORGIA 2020 CROP — Shipments (1-12-7) — Volume expected to remain about the same. No F.O.B. issued. Insufficient number of shippers to establish market. No F.O.B. issued.

Carrots 

KERN DISTRICT CALIFORNIA — Shipments (179-161-173) — Movement expected about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices Slightly Higher. 48 1-lb film bags medium-large mostly 15.30-15.40; 50 lb sacks loose jumbo mostly 13.30-16.85; 25 lb sacks loose jumbo mostly 6.65-8.85; cartons 30 1-lb film bags Baby Peeled 18.20-18.85. ORGANIC 48 1-lb film bags and 24 2-lb film bags medium-large mostly 20.00-26.35, 10 5-lb film bags medium-large mostly 20.00-20.70. Cartons 24 1-lb film bags Baby Peeled 20.00-22.20, cartons 12 2-lb film bags Baby Peeled 20.00-22.20, cartons 4 5-lb film bags Baby Peeled 20.00-22.50. Quality generally good. 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS Crossings — (57-52*-57) — Movement expected about the same. Trading Fairly Active. Prices Higher. 50 pound sacks loose jumbo 12.00-13.00. Quality variable. (*revised)

SOUTH GEORGIA 2020 CROP — Shipments (23-19-23) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices Unchanged. Sacks 48-1 lb film bags, 24-2 lb film bags, and 10 5-lb film bags medium-large $15.00-16.00; 50 pound sacks loose jumbo $14.00-15.00. Extra services not included. Quality generally good.

Cauliflower 

SALINAS-WATSONVILLE CALIFORNIA — Shipments (102-105-100) — Movement expected about the same. Trading early fairly active, late active. Prices higher. Cartons film wrapped White 12s mostly 9.50-10.85, 9s mostly 8.50-9.75, 16s mostly 8.35-9.75; ORGANIC 12s mostly 14.50-16.55, 9s and 16s mostly 13.50-16.50. Quality generally good. 

SANTA MARIA CALIFORNIA — Shipments (54-50-41) — Movement expected about the same. Trading early moderate, late active. Prices Higher. Cartons film wrapped White 12s mostly 11.00-12.00. Quality generally good.

Celery 

OXNARD DISTRICT CALIFORNIA — Shipments (270-254-256) — Movement expected about the same. Trading moderate. Prices slightly lower. Cartons 2 dozen mostly 10.65-11.95, 2 1/2 dozen mostly 11.55-12.50, 3 dozen mostly 11.65-12.50; Hearts film bags 18s mostly 14.65- 15.65. ORGANIC cartons 2-2 ½ dozen mostly 25.55-25.56; Hearts film bags 18s mostly 22.55-25.56. Quality variable. 

SANTA MARIA CALIFORNIA — Shipments (45-63-62) — Movement expected about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices 2 dozen slightly higher, others generally unchanged. Cartons 2-3 dozen mostly 9.85-11.85. Quality generally good. 

SALINAS-WATSONVILLE CALIFORNIA — Harvest expected to begin the week of May 31. Quality expected to be generally good. The first F.O.B. report is expected to be issued by June 5.

Corn, sweet 

CENTRAL AND SOUTH FLORIDA — Shipments (336-396-346) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Very Active. Prices Higher. Includes palletizing and cooling. Wire bound crates Yellow 4-4 1/2 dozen 14.95, White 14.95, Bi-Color 14.95 Quality generally good. 

IMPERIAL AND COACHELLA VALLEYS CALIFORNIA — Shipments (99-207-161) — Movement expected about the same. Trading Active. Prices Slightly Higher. Cartons/crates 4 dozen minimum White mostly 13.95-15.95, Yellow and Bi-color mostly 14.95-15.95. Quality generally good. 

SOUTH GEORGIA 2020 CROP — Shipments (0-0-51) — Movement expected to increase. Trading Moderate. Wirebound crates 4-dozen Yellow, White and Bi-Color 12.95-14.95. Quality generally good.

Cucumbers 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH NOGALES ARIZONA — Crossings (230-187-171) — Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Trading early fairly slow, late moderate. Prices 36s much higher, others higher. 1 1/9 bushel cartons medium mostly 8.95-10.95, fair quality 6.95-7.95, ordinary quality mostly 3.95-4.95; small mostly 4.95-5.95, large mostly 6.95. Cartons 24s 3.95-4.95, 36s mostly 6.95-7.95. Quality variable. 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (151-119*-95) — Movement expected about the same. Trading early fairly slow, late active. Prices Higher. 1 1/9 bushel cartons medium 8.95-10.95, fair quality 6.95-9.95; large 6.95-8.95. Quality variable. Most present — Shipments from prior bookings and/or previous commitments. (* revised)

CENTRAL AND SOUTH FLORIDA — Shipments (53-55-37) — Movement expected to decrease. Trading Pickles Very Active. Prices Pickles 200- 300s Higher, 150-200s Generally Unchanged. Includes palletizing and precooling. 1 1/9 bushel cartons/crates Pickles 150-200s 16.90, 200 -300s mostly 20.90-21.90. WAXED supply insufficient and in too few hands to establish a market. Quality generally good. 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH OTAY MESA — Crossings (16-18*-20) — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Supplies insufficient and in too few hands to establish a market. Quality generally good. The first F.O.B report is expected to be issue the week of May 24. (* revised) 

SOUTH GEORGIA — Shipments (0-2-10) — Movement expected to increase as more shippers begin to harvest. Prices Unchanged. Waxed 1 1/9 bushel cartons/crates medium 14.35-16.85 fair quality 8.35-10.85, cartons 24s 5.35-6.85. Quality generally good.

Lettuce, iceberg 

SALINAS-WATSONVILLE CALIFORNIA — Shipments (451-433-456) — Movement expected about the same. Trading fairly active. Prices much higher. Cartons 24s film lined mostly 12.85-13.75, filmwrapped mostly 13.85-14.75; 30s filmwrapped mostly 9.65-11.45; ORGANICS 24s filmwrapped mostly 16.00-16.50, 12s filmwrapped mostly 8.00-10.55. Quality variable. 

SANTA MARIA CALIFORNIA — Shipments (73-78-74) — Movement expected about the same. Trading early moderate, late fairly active. Prices Higher. Cartons 24s film lined 8.85-11.65, filmwrapped 10.85-12.65. Quality generally good.

Lettuce, romaine 

SALINAS-WATSONVILLE CALIFORNIA — Shipments (370-365-373) — Movement expected about the same. Trading moderate. Prices 24s higher, Hearts slightly higher. Cartons 24s mostly 7.65-8.75; Hearts cartons 12 3-count packages mostly 10.65-11.75, Hearts film lined 48s mostly 11.65-12.75. ORGANIC cartons 24s mostly 18.00-20.55; Hearts cartons 12 3-count packages mostly 14.50-16.75. Quality variable. 

SANTA MARIA CALIFORNIA — Shipments (44-63-60) — Movement expected about the same. Trading early moderate, late fairly active. Prices Hearts higher, 24s generally unchanged. Cartons 24s 8.85-9.50; Hearts cartons 12 3-count packages 10.85-13.50. Quality generally good. 

OXNARD DISTRICT CALIFORNIA — Shipments (7-5-3) — Movement expected to decrease sharply as most shippers are finished for the season. Supplies insufficient and in too few hands to establish a market. Quality generally good. Lighter — Shipments expected to continue through May 30. LAST REPORT

Onions, dry 

U.S. — Shipments (1,122*-1,178*-1,141) — The top shipping areas for the week, in order, were California, Texas, Columbia Basin Washington, Georgia, and Mexico crossings. (* revised) 

IMPERIAL VALLEY CALIFORNIA 2020 CROP — Shipments (149-269*-282) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices Unchanged. Yellow Grano Type 50-pound sacks super colossal 9.00-10.00, colossal 8.00, jumbo 7.00-8.00, medium mostly 9.00; White 50-pound sacks jumbo mostly 12.00 medium 10.00-11.00; Red Globe Type 25-pound sacks jumbo 6.00-7.00, medium mostly 6.00. (* revised) 

LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY, TEXAS 2020 CROP — Shipments (280-280*-239) — Movement is expected to decrease seasonally. Trading Moderate. Prices Whites higher, others generally unchanged. Yellow Grano-Type Marked Sweet 40-pound cartons jumbo 16.00-18.00, Yellow Grano - Type 50-pound sacks colossal mostly 10.00, jumbo mostly 9.00, medium 10.00-12.00, White 50-pound sacks jumbo 14.00 -16.00, medium 12.00-14.00, Red 25-pound sacks jumbo mostly 8.00, medium mostly 8.00. (* revised) 

COLUMBIA BASIN WASHINGTON AND UMATILLA BASIN OREGON — Shipments (260-204-176, Includes exports 25-29-31) — Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Remaining supplies in too few hands to establish a market. 

VIDALIA DISTRICT GEORGIA 2020 CROP — Shipments (171-159-162) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Active. Prices Higher. Yellow Granex - Marked Sweet 40-pound cartons jumbo mostly 20.00-22.00; Organic 40-pound cartons jumbo 27.00-30.00. 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH SOUTH TEXAS 2020 CROP — Crossings (95-84-140) — Movement is expected to be about the same. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market. 

ARIZONA DISTRICT — Shipments (0-29-49) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market. 

SAN ANTONIO-WINTER GARDEN-LAREDO DISTRICT TEXAS — Shipments (3-31-41) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market.

IDAHO AND MALHEUR COUNTY OREGON — Shipments (133-86-38, Includes exports 5-4-2) — Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Remaining supplies in too few hands to establish a market. 

CENTRAL WISCONSIN 2019 CROP — Shipments (9-8-10) — Movement expected to seasonally decrease. Too few open market sales to establish a market.

Peppers, bell 

COACHELLA VALLEY CALIFORNIA — Shipments (59-80-97) — Movement of Green expected about the same, Red expected to increase seasonally. Trading active at slightly lower prices. Prices Slightly Lower. 1 1/9 bushel cartons Green jumbo and extra large mostly 24.95- 26.95, large 22.95-24.95; irregular size fair quality Green mostly 16.95, Red mostly 24.95. 1/2 bushel cartons Red extra large and large mostly 18.95-20.95. Quality generally good. 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (105-89*-79) — Movement expected to decrease slightly. Trading Active. Prices slightly higher. GREENHOUSE 11 pound cartons Red and Yellow jumbo and extra large 16.95-18.95, large 14.95-16.95; Orange jumbo and extra large 18.95-20.95, large 17.95-19.95. Red 1 1/9 bushel carton irregular size fair quality 17.95-20.95. Quality generally good. (* revised) 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH NOGALES ARIZONA — Crossings (125-118*-67, Field Grown 102-95-52, Greenhouse 23-23*-15) — Movement of Red expected to decrease sharply as most shippers are finished for the season. Trading Active. Prices Red slightly higher, irregular size much higher. Red 15 pound extra large mostly 18.95-20.95, large mostly 18.95. Red 1 1/9 bushel cartons irregular size mostly 20.95-22.95. Quality generally good. (* revised)

SOUTH GEORGIA 2020 CROP — Shipments (0-0-29) — Movement expected to increase. Trading Moderate. 1 1/9 bushel cartons Green jumbo 22.35-24.85 extra large 22.35-24.85 fair quality 16.35-18.85. FIRST REPORT. 

CENTRAL AND SOUTH FLORIDA — Shipments (63-68-25) — Supply insufficient and in too few hands to establish a market.

Potatoes 

U.S. — Shipments (1,556*-1,591*-1,715) — The top shipping states, in order, were Idaho, San Luis Valley Colorado, Columbia Basin Washington, Florida and Wisconsin. (* revised) 

UPPER VALLEY, TWIN FALLS-BURLEY DISTRICT IDAHO 2019 CROP — Shipments (606-717-718, Includes exports 3-7-9) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Carton 40-70s active, others moderate. Prices bales higher, carton 90-100s lower, others generally unchanged. Russet Burbanks U.S. One baled 5-pound film bags non size A mostly 6.50-7.00; 50-pound sacks 40-70s mostly 12.00, 80s mostly 10.00, 90s 8.00-9.00, 100s mostly 7.00-7.50; U.S. Two 6 ounce minimum 4.00-5.00, 10 ounce minimum mostly 7.00-8.00; Russet 

SAN LUIS VALLEY COLORADO 2019 CROP — Shipments (208-191*-226, Includes exports 10-14*-15) — Movement expected to be about the same. Trading Fairly Slow. Prices USONE baled 10 5 -pound and 5 10-pound lower, others unchanged. U.S. One baled 5 10-lb film bags sz A 9.00-10.00, baled 10 5-lb film bags sz A mostly 10.00; 50 lb cartons 40-70s 15.00-16.00, 80s 14.00-15.00, 90-100s 12.00-14.00. (*revised) 

COLUMBIA BASIN WASHINGTON AND UMATILLA BASIN OREGON 2019 CROP — Shipments (141-141-159, Includes exports 32-34-37) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading carton 40-70s active, others moderate. Prices carton 40-70s higher, bales and U.S. twos lower, others generally unchanged. Russet Norkotah U.S. One baled 10 pound film bags size A mostly 7.00-8.00, baled 5 pound film bags size A mostly 8.00-9.00; 50 pound cartons 40s mostly 12.00, 50-70s mostly 12.00-14.00, 80s mostly 10.00-11.00, 90- 100s mostly 9.00-10.00, U.S Two 50 pound sacks 10 ounce minimum mostly 6.00-7.00. 

FLORIDA 2020 CROP — Shipments (197-168-141) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Fairly Active. Prices Generally Unchanged. Round Red U.S. One 50 pound cartons size A mostly 19.00-22.50, size B mostly 26.00-27.50, Creamers 3/4-1 5/8 inches mostly 30.50-35.75; 50 pound sacks size A mostly 17.50-20.75, size B mostly 24.50-24.75, U.S. Two 50 pound sacks size A mostly 12.75- 16.50, size B mostly 16.75-18.75. Round White U.S. One 50 pound cartons size B mostly 18.50-20.00, Creamers 3/4-1 5/8 inches mostly 35.75-40.75; 50 pound sacks size A mostly 25.75-30.75, size B mostly 16.75-18.50. Yellow Type U.S. One 50 pound cartons size A mostly 32.50, size B mostly 18.50; 50 pound sacks size A mostly 30.75, size B mostly 16.75 

CENTRAL WISCONSIN 2019 CROP — Shipments (96-93-109) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Fairly Active. Prices Generally Unchanged. Russet Norkotah U.S. One baled 5 10-pound film bags size A mostly 10.00-11.00, baled 10 5-pound film bags size A mostly 11.00-12.00; 50 pound cartons 40s-70s mostly 18.00-19.00, 80s mostly 17.00-18.00, 90s mostly 14.00-15.00, 100s 13.00-14.00. 

HEREFORD-HIGH PLAINS TEXAS — Shipments (53-54-62) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market. 

MICHIGAN — Shipments (49-39-36) — Movement expected to continue seasonal decline. Trading Slow. Prices Unchanged. U.S. 1 size A baled 5 10-pound bags Russet Norkotah 11.50-12.50, baled 10 5-pound bags mostly 12.50-13.50. Supplies in few hands. 

NEBRASKA 2019 CROP — Shipments (0-0-36) — Supplies in too few hands to establish a market. 

NORTHERN COLORADO DISTRICT 2019 CROP — Shipments (23-30-31) — Movement expected decrease seasonally. Supplies in too few hands to establish a market. 

KLAMATH BASIN OREGON AND NORTHERN CALIFORNIA DISTRICT — Shipments (22-18-20) — Movement expected to remain about the same. supplies in too few hands to establish a market.

MINNESOTA-NORTH DAKOTA (RED RIVER VALLEY) 2019 CROP — Shipments (35-19-15) — Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Remaining supplies in too few hands to establish a market. 

CANADA (NEW BRUNSWICK) CROSSINGS THROUGH MAINE POINTS — Movement expected about the same. Trading Fairly Slow. Prices Unchanged. USOne/CDOne baled 10 5-pound film bags size A mostly 11.00, baled 5 10-pound film bags non-size A mostly 10.00.

Squash, yellow straightneck 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH NOGALES ARIZONA — Crossings (44-30-23) — Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Trading Moderate. Prices Generally Unchanged. 4/7 bushel cartons small 8.95-10.95, small-medium mostly 10.95, medium mostly 6.95. Quality variable. 

Squash, zucchini 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH NOGALES ARIZONA — Crossings (136-116-73) — Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Trading Moderate. Prices Higher. 4/7 bushel cartons small and small-medium 8.95-10.95, medium mostly 6.95-7.95. 1 1/9 bushel cartons medium-large 3.00-4.95. Quality variable.

Sweet potatoes 

EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA — Shipments (101*-103*-92) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices Generally Unchanged. 40 pound cartons Orange Types U.S. No. 1 15.50-17.00, U.S. No. 1 Petite 12.00-13.00, U.S. No. 2 8.00-10.00, No Grade Marks jumbo 10.00-12.00. (* revised) 

MISSISSIPPI 2019 CROP — Shipments (27-23-25) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices Unchanged. 40 pound cartons Orange Types U.S. Number One mostly 21.00 U.S. Number Two mostly 14.00 No Grade Marks jumbo 14.00-15.00. Quality generally good. 

ATWATER LIVINGSTON CALIFORNIA 2019 CROP — Shipments (16-15-16) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Supplies are getting light. Trading Moderate. Prices Unchanged. 40 pound cartons Orange Type U.S. Number One mostly 32.00-36.00 No Grade Marks medium mostly 18.00-20.00 jumbo 20.00-22.00; White Types U.S. Number One 34.00-36.00 No Grade Marks medium 20.00-22.00 jumbo 18.00-22.00; Japanese Types U.S. Number One mostly 35.00-38.00. Organic 40 pound cartons supplies in too few hands to quote. Quality generally good. 

LOUISIANA 2019 CROP — Shipments (8-9-7) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices Unchanged. 40 pound cartons U.S. Number One 22.00-24.00 U.S. Number Two 14.00-16.00 No Grade Marks jumbo 14.00-16.00. Quality generally good.

Tomatoes 

CENTRAL AND SOUTH FLORIDA — Shipments (219-196-213) — Movement expected to decrease. Trading Moderate. Prices 6X7 size Lower, Others Generally Unchanged. Extra services included. Mature Greens 85% U.S.One or better 5x6 size 27.95, 6x6 size 27.95, 6x7 size 19.95-23.95. Quality generally good. 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (169-166*-154) — Movement expected to decrease slightly. Trading early moderate, late fairly slow. Prices 4x4-4x5s much lower from market high on Friday, May 15, others slightly lower. Vine Ripes cartons 2 layer 4x4-4x5s mostly 14.95-16.95, 5x5s mostly 12.95-13.95; 25 pound cartons loose 4x5 size mostly 14.95, 5x5 size mostly 12.95-14.95. Quality generally good. Most present — Shipments from prior booking and/or previous commitments. (* revised) 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH NOGALES ARIZONA — Crossings (73-120-78) — Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Trading Fairly Slow. Prices much lower. Vine Ripes cartons 2 layers 4x4-4x5s mostly 16.95-18.95, 5x5s mostly 10.95-12.95, 5x6s mostly 10.95. Quality generally good. 

U.S. SHIPPING POINTS — Shipments (30*-29*-5) — Greenhouse. No prices reported. (* revised) 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH OTAY MESA — Crossings (3-3*-2) — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Supplies insufficient and in too few hands to establish a market. Quality generally good. The first F.O.B. report is expected to be issue the week of May 24. (* revised) 

CENTRAL DISTRICT CALIFORNIA — Harvest expected to begin the week of May 31, as most shippers expect to be fully underway the week of June 7. Quality expected to be generally good. The first F.O.B. report is expected to be issue the week of June 14. FIRST REPORT 

FLORIDA WEST DISTRICT AND SOUTH CAROLINA DISTRICT — Light harvest expected to start within 20 days. Expect sufficient number of shippers for first F.O.B. within 25 days.

Tomatoes, cherry 

CENTRAL AND SOUTH FLORIDA — Shipments (3-3-3) — Movement expected to decrease. Trading Fairly Slow. Prices Generally Unchanged. Extra services included. Flats 12 1-pint basket with lids mostly 7.95. Quality generally good. 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH OTAY MESA — Crossings (2-3*-2) — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Supplies insufficient and in too few hands to establish a market. Quality generally good. The first F.O.B report is expected to be issue the week of May 24. (* revised)

Tomatoes, grape 

CENTRAL AND SOUTH FLORIDA — Shipments (23-26-26) — Movement expected to remain about the same. Trading Moderate. Prices Lower. including palletizing and cooling. Flats 12 1-pint containers with lids 8.95. 20 pound cartons loose 15.95. Organic flats 12 1-pint containers with lids Insufficient and in too few hands to establish a market. Quality generally good. 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH NOGALES ARIZONA — Crossings (25-20-17) — Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Trading early fairly slow, late active. Prices much higher. Flats 12-1 pint containers with lids medium-large supplies insufficient and in too few hands to establish a market. 20 pound cartons loose medium-large 22.95-24.95. Quality generally good. 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (8-6*-5) — Movement expected about the same. Flats 12 1-pint containers with lids medium-large and 20 lb carton loose medium-large supplies insufficient to establish a market. Quality generally good. (* revised) 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH OTAY MESA — Crossings (#-#-0) — Movement expected to increase as most shippers begin the week of May 24. Supplies insufficient and in too few hands to establish a market. Quality generally good. The first F.O.B. report is expected to be issue the week of May 31. FIRST REPORT (# less than 50,000 lbs)

Tomatoes, plum 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH NOGALES ARIZONA — Crossings (258-317*-267) — Movement expected about the same. Trading early slow, late moderate. Prices medium generally unchanged, other slightly lower. 25 pound cartons loose Roma (supplies heavy) extra large and large mostly 8.30, medium 8.30. Quality generally good. (* revised) 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH TEXAS — Crossings (91-104-91) — Movement expected about the same. Trading early fairly slow, late fairly active. Prices Generally Unchanged. Roma 25 pound cartons loose extra large mostly 8.95-9.95, large mostly 8.30-8.95, medium 8.30- 8.95. Quality generally good. 

CENTRAL AND SOUTH FLORIDA — Shipments (63-67-64) — Movement expected to decrease. Trading Fairly Slow. Prices Lower. Extra services included. 25 pound cartons loose extra large 11.95-13.95, large 11.95, medium 9.95. Quality generally good. 

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH OTAY MESA — Crossings (20-31*-32) — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Supplies insufficient and in too few hands to establish a market. Quality generally good. The first F.O.B report is expected to be issue the week of May 17. (* revised)
 

 
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