Market Report May 14th

Market Report - May 14th

  • Blueberries - Freezes in GA and CA have delayed start. Supply gap expected coupled with active markets - expect escalated prices.
  • Broccoli/Cauliflower - Supplies limited as CA coastal crops are ahead of schedule; however then halted by below normal temperatures.
  • Lettuce-Iceberg - Strong demand has driven market price up.
  • Squash - Supplies limited from West Coast. Light supply from Mexico as weather has delayed fields. Market will continue to be active the next couple of weeks.
  • Peppers-Green Bell - Demands exceeding supplies. 

Market Report May 7th

Market Report - May 7th

  • Peas-Sugar Snap/Snow - Guatemala season is ending soon with Peru running behind. We are looking at a 2 week gap, expect prices to escalate.
  • Mushrooms - Previous cold weather maintain in all growing regions continues to disrupt supply for the next few weeks.
  • Oranges - Limited On Smaller Sizes extremely limited - Navels ending and now currently awaiting for Valencias to begin.
  • Squash - Weather has delayed fields in CA. Supplies cannot meet demand, expected to be tight for the next two weeks.
  • Peppers-Red Bell - Limited supplies as Mexico winds down and Coachella begins.

Market Report April 23

Romaine Update

     In response to the Toronto Star article and other media reports on Friday of last week; Bondi Produce would like to notify our customers that whole RomaineRomaine Hearts, and Romaine products (Chopped Romaine, Hearts & Hearts) we currently have in stock are UNAFFECTED by the CDC advisory in the United States.
     The CDC is currently advising against the consumption of all Romaine from the Yuma, Arizona region.
     Bondi Produce has been sourcing whole Romaine and Romaine Hearts from Salinas, California since March 20th and processed Romaine since April 16th. There have been no notices posted against Romaine coming from Salinas, California.
     If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to your Sales Representative.


Market Report - April 23rd

  • Limes - Market declining on smaller sizes. Larger sizes to adjust.
  • Mushrooms - Previous cold weather maintain in all growing regions continues to disrupt supply for the next 1-2 weeks.
  • Oranges - Limited On Smaller Sizes - Navels ending and now currently awaiting for Valencias to begin.
  • Broccolini - Demand exceeding supply as cold and wet weather continue to hamper production.
  • Strawberries - Consecutive rain storms coupled with cooler conditions have resulted in supply the biggest concern.

MARKET REPORT

Market Report - April 16

*Please Be Advised of our Chopped Romaine Recall.
(Notice Sent Out Saturday)

  • Limes - Market continues to be strong and active. Demand continues to outpace supply.
  • Mushrooms - Previous cold weather in all growing regions continues to disrupt supply for the next 1-2 weeks.
  • Oranges - Limited On Smaller Sizes - Navels ending and now currently awaiting for Valencias to begin.
  • Broccolini - Demand exceeding supply as cold and wet weather continue to hamper production.
  • Strawberries - Market is expected to hold from lighter supplies from Florida/Mexico and California rain.

Market Report

Market Report - April 9

  • Limes - Market continues to be strong and active. Demand continues to outpace supply.
  • Mushrooms - Previous cold weather in all growing regions continues to disrupt supply for the next 1-2 weeks.
  • Romaine Hearts - Active market remaining with supply not able to keep up with demand due to weather issues from previous weeks.
  • Broccolini - Demand exceeding supply as cold and wet weather continue to hamper production.
  • Strawberries - Market is expected to hold from lighter supplies from Florida/Mexico and California rain.

Market Report

Market Report - April 2

  • Limes - Observing skin and stylar-end break down.
  • Mushrooms - Previous cold weather in all growing regions has disrupted supply for the next 1-2 weeks.
  • Romaine - Heavily rained on product in Salinas coupled with transition from Yuma has created quality issues over a wide range as well as active and at times volatile markets.
  • Asparagus - Jumbo & XL spears will remain very limited over the next 2 weeks at least. Subbing to alternate sizing continues to be likely.
  • Berries - Strawberries - Market to remain tight from lighter supplies from Mexico due to rainfall damage caused to California crops.

MARKET REPORT

Market Report - March 12

  • Broccolini/Broccoli/Cauliflower - Demand continue to exceed supply affected by freezing temperatures. Market will continue to remain at extreme levels with continued escalated pricing.
  • Citrus - Limes - Market remains active. Sizing issues remain due to weather.
  • Bananas - Active Market remains from previous conditions. Expect another week, maybe 2 weeks of low availability and escalated pricing.
  • Lettuce & Cilantro - Freezing items have affected yield and harvest on leafy items. Market expecting to hit extreme levels. Expect escalated pricing.
  • Squash - Demand exceeding supply due to freezing temps. Transition expected to be rough with escalated pricing.
  • Berries - Strawberries - Market expected to move upwards this week from lighter supplies.

 

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MARKET REPORT

Market Report - March 5

  • Broccolini/Broccoli/Cauliflower - Freezing temps have affected supply with high demands remaining. Market expecting to hit extreme levels with escalated pricing.
  • Citrus - Limes - Market remains active. Sizing issues remain due to weather.
  • Bananas - Active Market remains from previous conditions. Expect another 2 weeks of low availability.
  • Lettuce & Cilantro - Freezing items have affected yield and harvest on leafy items. Market expecting to hit extreme levels. Expect escalated pricing.
  • Squash - Demand exceeding supply due to freezing temps. Transition expected to be rough with escalated pricing.

 

Market Report + family day Hours

Saturday February 17 - Open - Regular Hours
Sunday February 18 - Open - Toronto & Mississauga ONLY
Monday February 19 - CLOSED
Tuesday February 20 - Open - Regular Hours
 

  • Avocados - Active market seen. Overall good quality.
  • Citrus-Limes - Active market, coupled with limits in small sizes and quality being affected due to weather.
  • Bananas - Market expected to remain active over the next 3-4 weeks with low availability.
  • Peppers - Supply concerns with varieties - but improving with warmer temperatures in growing regions.
  • Squash - Transitioning with improved quality and availability.

 

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Market Report

  • Asparagus - Volume expected to be down for 4-6 weeks. Markets will remain active.
  • Beans, Green - Supplies affected by cold snap in Florida, expect escalated prices.
  • Broccoli / Broccolini - Supplies are short. Expect prices to escalate.
  • Tender-Leafed Items - Lighter volumes seen with arugula, kale and spinach.
  • Cilantro, Mint, Parsley, Thyme - Supplies are down in various growing regions. May affect overall supply in the next week.

 

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Market Report

  • Basil - Yields & Quality are affected due to weather.
  • Beans - Green - Active market with demands exceeding supply - expect escalated prices for the next couple of weeks.
  • Cauliflower/Broccoli - Both markets are active from short supplies.
  • Peppers - Red & Yellow - (transitional gap) - Expect prices to continue escalating. Approximately 2 weeks.
  • Watermelon - Supply remain extremely short - expect prices to continue escalating.

 

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Market Report

  • Tomatoes, ALL VARIETIES - Act of God on ALL varieties - PLEASE READ Full Version of Market Report.Escalated prices expected through to December.
  • Beans, Green - Rain & Freezing temperatures have affected harvests. High demand with very low supply. Expect elevated prices.
  • Corn - Limited supplies/current seasonal gap - expect elevated prices for the next 7-10 days.
  • Peppers - Green - Supplies are tight. Red & Yellow - (transitional gap) - Expect prices to continue escalating.
  • Artichoke - Short supply due to transition to new growing regions.