Tomato Market is mostly stable, with decent supply from California, Eastern Seaboard, Canada, and Baja Mexico all in production – Not to mention all the ‘local’ tomatoes that are available or just about available. Sluggish demand on the wholesale market driven by the so many options outside of the ‘market’. This is pretty typical moving […]
Tomato Market Update January 29th, 2016 The tomato market is a bit mixed. We’ve seen short supply and good demand driving the market for the better part of October, November, December and January. Weather has not been helpful for the growers in Florida or Mexico and supply remains lighter than projections. Demand seems to have […]
The tomato market is on the rise. In brief, here’s why: Cool, rainy and windy weather in Florida caused a gap in production. Only a handful of growers from Mexico have product to sell. Demand is picking up for the upcoming holiday. These factors have combined creating a jump in the market. We expect the […]
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Tomato Market Update October 14th, 2015 The tomato market is elevated and prices continue to climb. Short supply with California winding down, Eastern growers and Baja Mexico growers battled heavy rain in the last few weeks. Florida has not started with any major volume, mainland Mexico just scratching the surface but rainy weather there has […]