Conventional and Organic Early Valencias have started out of Mexico, with product loading domestically out of Nogales. A cold front is coming to the Sonora, Mexico region soon, which will accelerate the maturity of the crop. Out of California, Conventional and Organic Navels are starting to pick up. The majority of volume is fancy, with very little choice and juice grade available from now until another week or so. See orange availability.
Mexican Organic Grapefruit is in full swing with plenty of supply available. Growers are peaking on larger-sized fruit. If you are interested in contracting for conventional juice fruit, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org. California Organic Grapefruit supply is steady as well. See grapefruit availability.
Supplies are extremely light on conventional and organic green cabbage as growers transition to the Yuma season. Yuma cabbage harvests will start this week, but volumes will be on the lighter side during this early season. Heavy rainfall in Salinas in late October and early November, and cooler temperatures that prevailed during the tail end of the Salinas season and at the start of the Yuma growing season, reduced volumes and have pushed prices higher. See cabbage availability.