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ProduceIQ: Prices continue their ascent despite buyers on ‘holiday’

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It's the Christmas season! The air is filled with the smell of fresh-cut evergreens, the sound of Mariah Carey's only famous song, and the gossip surrounding a looming rail strike.

ProduceIQ: Holiday demand is shaking up produce markets

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The World Cup kicked off yesterday, and for once, it feels like the whole globe is celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday with us.

ProduceIQ: Supply challenges keep prices up despite soft demand

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In response to a few fairly dramatic price increases, this week’s overall produce index is slowing its dramatic fall.

ProduceIQ: Georgia freeze may cause production gap

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We are a week out from the first day of spring, but produce markets are already abuzz with new life. Winter growing regions are slowly winding down, and spring harvests are not quite ready. Over the next month, growing regions will begin their spring migration Northward.

FPAA: ‘There is a clear market preference for the Mexican cucumber’

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The U.S. International Trade Commission reports on cucumbers and squash do not support the U.S. Southeast growers’ simplistic reaction to reflexively blame Mexican imports for all of their problems, according to the Fresh Produce Association of the Americas

Produce IQ: Lime prices erupt faster than a Tongan volcano

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While the rest of the world is busy rediscovering The Kingdom of Tonga via satellite, fresh produce markets are having yet another expensive week.

FFVA says ITC Report on Cucumber, Squash imports shows harm to domestic growers

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For decades, unfair trade practices from Mexico and other foreign sources have caused immense harm to produce growers in Florida and across the country.

ProduceIQ: If you grow it, they will come

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Somewhere in middle-of-nowhere Iowa, a field of corn has once again transformed into a field of dreams. And ProduceIQ, as adamant Kevin Costner fans and children of the eighties, could not miss the opportunity to talk about one of our more nostalgic commodities, sweet corn.

ProduceIQ: Limes get wet and rise to the occasion

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Limes reach a ten-year weekly high, $15.20 for 40-pound cartons. Unfortunately for buyers and growers, record rain throughout the month of June is putting a damper on the beginning of peak season in Veracruz.

Southeast growers testify in ITC hearing on cucumber, squash imports

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FFVA's statement on the ITC's hearing on the effect of imports on the U.S. cucumber and squash industries, with a focus on the U.S. Southeast.