Happy independence day!
- 29540 Organic Strawberries 12/1pt (Nottinghamshire Farms, OR)
- 20227 Fava Beans 1bshl (Trapold Farms, OR)
- 21743 Green Onions 48ct (Aurora Farms, OR)
- 20718 Pickling Cucumber 4/7bshl (Imperials Garden, WA)
Best In Season
- 23867 Gunkel Private Reserve Cherries 18#
- 25667 Maryhill Peaches 48/50ct
- 23920 Mangos 8ct
- 20669 Brentwood Corn 48ct
- 29866 Tayberries 4/3ct
- 20057 Robata Apricots 22#
- 29928 Chilean Clementines bulk
- 29867 Gold Raspberries 4/3cup
- Local Corn will be here the 1st of August.
- Organic Walla Walla Onions are in limited supply but will be in this weekend.
- Organic NW Apricots should start showing up next week.
Local Product: Rain for June has severely impacted the local season for early July. 6″ of rain was received in Quilcene (Dharma location) for June when 1.5″ is normal. This has caused gapping on chards, spinach, radish, etc. We’ll continue to fill in with NW product.
Melons: There is a big transition into all domestic melons this week. 12ct Kandy cantaloupe are eating great and are our House loupe at this time. TURLOK Peacock cantaloupe and Orange Flesh Melons were here and now the orange flesh are now gapping. We should see more being loaded at latest Monday.
Pears: Conventional domestic pears have wrapped up with the last of the Anjous going out the door.
Mushrooms: The NW season is virtually over for Porcini Mushrooms.
Cauliflower: Supplies are improving so we should expect to see the market drop over the next week.
Cherries: The Cherry fight continues. The weather that went through last weekend beat up the cherry growers even more. The season kicked off with high winds, labor shorts, early chill damage and the small cherry disease. This had lead to some wildly diverse markets between growers.