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ProduceIQ: Summertime sadness strikes produce markets

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Produce markets repeat history with a week defined by declining prices. This week marks the beginning of the summer doldrums—a six-week period in which produce prices wilt along with the rest of us in the summer heat.

Broccoli, cauliflower prices rising with lighter volume

- General News
Broccoli markets are rising as supplies decrease in the primary growing regions of Salinas and Santa Maria, California.

Broccoli, cauliflower markets to remain tight into May 

- General News
Broccoli and cauliflower markets will be a struggle the next week or two for various reasons, including a normal transition and abnormal weather. 

ProduceIQ: Markets bracing for volatile transitions

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March inflation reports are inspiring cautious optimism.

ProduceIQ: Prices rise again in anticipation of Western supply challenges

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Up for the third week, overall produce prices are still technically following typical week #14 trends. Although, the storms that drenched California and filled the Sierras with snow will likely unfold as higher-than-normal produce prices over the next few months.

ProduceIQ: Record breaking rains in California strain supply

- Analysis
Breaking news: For the first time in what feels like years, California has a critical shortage of umbrellas. As if mother nature was tempted to show how fickle she is, California has had one of the wettest winters on record. Last week was the 10th atmospheric river to hit the West Coast this winter season, and more are coming.

ProduceIQ: Winter storms rattle produce markets

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Last week’s winter storm swept across the U.S. From Texas to Maine, freezing rain, snow, and sleet backed up supply routes, grounded air travel, and generally muddled weekend plans.

Higher quality and yields projected for desert broccoli, cauliflower 

- General News
Arizona and California desert growing areas have had some problems with cold and ice slowing harvest and limiting yields, but vegetable supplies are projected to increase.

Vegetables slammed as climate foes

- Analysis
Tamar Haspel, writing in the Washington Post, has assessed foods in regard to their effect on climate health. Vegetables turn out badly.

ProduceIQ: Summer heat remains, affecting quality

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It’s only the first week of September, but it seems as though our social media feeds are already turning orange and every Pinterest recipe tastes like pumpkin spice.