Markon First Crop (MFC) Green Leaf, Iceberg, and Romaine are sporadically available in Huron, California. Markon Best Available is being substituted as needed.
Tropical Storm Norma made landfall Monday morning near the city of Culiacan, located in the Western Mexican state of Sinaloa.
Vanguard International USA, Inc., Issaquah, WA, released The Current State of the Global Grape Market: Weather Events and Market Reactions.
Grape markets remain elevated. The California grape crop will be lighter this year due to quality challenges caused by rain from Tropical Storm Hilary.
As autumn arrives, Pacific Northwest orchards are bursting with fresh pears and kicking off the fall harvest season to fill produce shelves across America with a versatile, flavorful and fiber-filled fruit.
With harvest underway throughout the four growing regions, Pear Bureau Northwest (PBNW) announces the first estimate of the 2023-24 fresh pear crop for Washington and Oregon.
Mother Nature continues to test the resilience of California avocado growers this year, the latest test being heavy rainfall and winds from Tropical Storm Hilary and a moderate earthquake in the Ojai area on the same day.
Hurricane Hilary is impacting several markets this week. Long-term impacts are still being assessed, but prices are on the rise for several commodities.
The California stone fruit season is at its peak. Favorable growing conditions have increased supplies compared to years past.
Large size Mexican avocado supplies (32- to 48- count fruit) remain tight; smaller sizes are being substituted for large-size shortages.