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Bobalu projects strong spring strawberries

- General News
As the company heads into the 2024 strawberry season, partners at Bobalu Berry Farms are reviewing how the crop looks today compared to the very unsettled beginning at this same time last year.

California Giant projects strong spring strawberry supplies

- General News
California Giant Berry Farms, a leader in fresh berries, today shared a strawberry crop update forecasting for strong volumes of organic and conventionally grown strawberries in the weeks to come.

ProduceIQ: Cold weather doomsayers do not disappoint

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We didn’t intend for last week’s headline to become a self-fulfilling prophecy. Let’s agree to blame El Nino, OK?

ProduceIQ: Cold weather freezes index prices at all-time high

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Winter is making up for lost time. Back-to-back storms Ember and Finn brought wintery weather to most of the United States over the weekend, including ice to lettuce-growing regions in Arizona and more rain for water-logged Florida.

ProduceIQ: Holiday prices burn bright for fresh produce

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We can’t guarantee 2023 will end on a high note, but we can predict it will be an expensive finale for produce buyers.

REVIEW: Our fancy fruit adventure continues with Oishii strawberries

- Produce with Pamela
I’ve wanted to try Oishii strawberries for quite some time, so when H-E-B's Central Market had them -- for only $15 -- I pounced.

ProduceIQ: Thanksgiving pull is here, and so is the rain

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Heavy rain is forecasted for the Southeastern U.S. and California this week. This may come as dismal news for growers nearing harvest, but it is a reason to give thanks for off-season growers still fighting the effects of extreme drought.

Florida strawberry growers plan tech-driven marketing for 2023-24 season

- General News
The Florida Strawberry Growers Association is thrilled to unveil its dynamic marketing initiatives for the 2023-24 winter strawberry season.

ProduceIQ: Bezos and tomatoes head South

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El Niño turned the chillers on. Now, growers across North America are scrambling to salvage the last bit of their fall season as production shifts to warmer climates.

ProduceIQ: Pacific hurricane potential remains, as market prices at highest for week #43

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Buckle up and prepare to see significant fluctuations in the supply and prices of products grown in the Salinas/Watsonville areas.