Full Harvest Commodities

Squash

Squash, genus Cucurbita, is native to the New World, where they were cultivated by native peoples before European settlement. The fruit of edible species is usually served as a cooked vegetable, and the seeds and blossoms may also be cooked and eaten. Squash varieties are grown during the summer and winter seasons, and grow best in fertile, well-drained soil containing high amounts of organic matter in areas of full sun.

The Full Harvest Innovative Grade pie pumpkins are aesthetically imperfect; often scarred, misshapen, or without stem, they are perfect for turning into purees and powders. 

 

Full Harvest Varieties 

Fresh Acorn Squash Cutout Isolated On White Background Butternut squash Green Desert Produce - Grey Squash pumpkin  

Acorn

Butternut 

Grey Summer

PIE Pumpkin

 

Ripe spaghetti squashes on white background

yellow squash

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Spaghetti

Yellow

Zucchini

 

 

Seasonality

Winter Squash

Winter Squash

Zucchini

Zucchini

 

Grades & Certifications

usda #1 organic  

#2 ORGANIC

FH Innovative ORGANic

 

USDA #1 CONVENTIONAL 

#2 conventional

FH Innovative Conventional

 

WHAT IS FULL HARVEST INNOVATIVE GRADE?

Full Harvest's Innovative Grade produce includes custom specification tolerances outside of a traditional retail grade. These unique Full Harvest products are developed in partnership with our suppliers by capturing perfectly edible produce but is typically wasted during harvest - simply because it is not part of a traditional retailer specification. One of our most sustainable offerings, the majority of Full Harvest Innovative Grade products are Verified RescuedTM pending marketing conditions.  An audit is required before environmental benefit claims can be made. Please review these specifications closely in the marketplace to ensure the product will meet your production needs

 

Pack Types

In the Full Harvest marketplace, we sell squash in pack sizes of:

BIN CARTON
24" Tall 22 lbs
36" Tall 35 lbs
42" Tall  
60" Tall  

 

 

 

 

 

Pricing

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