With the help of the federal government, they are requesting the opening of new markets, such as South Korea, India, and Malaysia.
If it is true that “bad news is good news and no news is bad news,” then the avocado industry is doing just fine. Last week was quite a roller coaster for Avocados from Mexico.
Blueberry, raspberry, and blackberry supplies are tightening, which will likely cause prices to rise over the next few weeks.
Behind the scenes, there’s a great explanation of raspberries steep increase in volume, consumption, and share of the category.
Naturipe, a farmer-owned producer and marketer of nutritious berries and value-added products, continues its inaugural “Summer of Snacking” campaign, as fresh raspberries and blackberries enter their late-summer peak season.
According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, Mexican raspberry exports registered a growth of 18.9 percent in the first six months of the year, maintain a positive streak.
Many nuances exist in avocados. Based on average industry sales for this week #29, avocados have the 2nd highest index weight, 10.4%, only trailing cherries. Both old and new crop face the eminent threat of rainy season in Mexico.
This summer, Driscoll’s will help berry lovers kick off a deliciously sweet season with the long-anticipated return of Rosé Berries – beautiful blush-colored strawberries and raspberries – and its Sweetest Batch strawberries and raspberries, each selected for their extra-sweet flavor profiles.
Don’t be alarmed. The inclusion of the seasonal cherry harvest explains virtually all the $0.22 increase to the overall industry index this week.
Fears that the pandemic would dominate the holiday season have turned into reality. Christmas and New Year sales, holidays driven by restaurants, are simply not materializing.