Produce Market Report for July 1, 2022
Red and Yellow Bell Peppers are extremely limited right now due to a gap in the growing season. High temps in Southern California has caused them to cut their season short – the new region is not up and running yet.
A gap in the season for potatoes has led to shortages. We are currently able to source, but being open to substitutions is encouraged during this time.
|Problems and Issues:|
Asparagus: Up $5, the larger sizes are in short supply, but the overall quality has improved.
Cauliflower: Up $6
Colored Peppers: Up $5-6
Potatoes: Gap in growing season
Romaine/Romaine Hearts: Market tight, prices steadily increasing
Avocado: Shortages continue, market is easing some
Blueberries: limited supply and higher pricesBrussels Sprouts: Easing off, harvest numbers up
Corn: Up $5
Cucumbers: Up $5
Bananas, Broccoli, Celery, Eggplant, Grapes, Green Bell Peppers, Lemons, Limes, Melons, Onions, Peaches, Potatoes, Shallots, Squash, Strawberries
|Prices coming down:|
Tomatoes: Down Slightly