Somewhere in Mexico there has to be a billboard that says, Bienvenido a la tierra de los pimientos. Welcome to the land of peppers.
Broccoli prices are on the rise thanks to heatwaves and wildfires limiting volume, but otherwise, the vegetable is having a strong 2020.
Apple prices are lower at the start of the season, despite lighter volume than last year at this point.
If life were simply a video game, I think we might be able to come to a consensus to hit the “restart” button and try 2020 over from the beginning.
Berries have seen great consumer demand this summer, and raspberries are no exception.
Pandemic shopping trends have hit grapes harder than many commodities.
Comparing the year-to-date eggplant volume over the last three years highlights the impact of the pandemic, as volume dipped to a 3-year low at the end of March and early April, but after that, this year looks like the previous two.
Spinach volume has been on a steady rise the past half-decade, and it continues this summer.
Consumer demand has kept mushroom prices higher than usual, even with more than double the volume in the market this summer.
Citrus demand has been huge during the pandemic, including lemons. But prices have stabilized in the past month to a similar level as last year.