Produce Pipeline: Elementor #4665
April 3, 2020


Each box option is filled with a variety of fresh produce at a fixed price of just $25.


During this difficult time, we at Pacific Coast Fruit Company want to continue to provide our community with the freshest produce while minimizing the amount of physical contact. We pack these boxes fresh daily in our SQF Level 2 food-safe facility and deliver them straight to a number of pick up locations across the greater Portland area.

We are now offering a way for the community to get fresh produce from farm to family while still practicing social distancing with the creation of our very first direct to consumer box program!

Consumers can now visit to order fruit, vegetable, dairy, or snack boxes for curbside pick-up at their desired pick up date and location.

To buy in bulk and be able to distribute to your own community of people please give us a call at (800) 461 3788.

Box Options:

Contents of boxes subject to change based on the availability of the following:

The Fruit Box

  •  3 lb Bananas
  •  6 Fuji Apples
  •  6 Navel Oranges
  •  1 Pineapple
  • 1 Cantaloupe
  • 1 lb Strawberries
  • 1/2 pint Blueberries

The Veggie Box

  • 1 Living Lettuce
  • 5 lb Yellow Potatoes
  • 2 Red Onions
  • 1 lb Mini Sweet Pepper
  • 1 English Cucumber
  • 1 pint Grape Tomatoes
  • 1 lb Asparagus
  • 1 Baby Broccoli

The Classic Box

  • 5 lb Russet Potatoes
  • 3 lb Whole Carrots
  • 3 lb Yellow Onions
  • 2 lb Brussels Sprouts
  • 3 Romaine Hearts
  • 1 Pint Grape Tomatoes
  • 6 Fuji Apples
  • 2 Lemons

The Snack Box

  • 4 Apple Cheese Pretzel Snackerz
  • 3 Caramel Apple Dipperz
  • 2 lb Tangerines
  • 1 lb Baby Carrots
  • 1 bag Red Grapes
  • 1 bag Sugar Snap Peas

The Dairy Box

  • 1 dz Stiebrs Large Eggs
  • 1 Half Gal Alpenrose Fat Free Milk
  • 1 Half Gal Alpenrose 2% Milk
  • 1 Qt Alpenrose Half & Half
  • 1 lb Mother’s Choice Unsalted Butter
  • 1 lb Mother’s Choice Salted Butter

Here`s how to order: 

  1. Visit
  2. Click the green button that says “Start Your Order Now.”
  3. Once on the ordering page click the next green button for produce box ordering that says “Start An Order” **(you do not need a customer login).
  4. The next screen will ask you to choose a pick up location with the pickup windows listed. 
  5. Read the order guidelines and then click “Start your order.”
  6. Pick the date on which you would like to receive your order
  7. Enter in the box quantities next to your desired box options
  8. Click “View Shopping Cart” and if satisfied click continue to checkout.
  9. Enter in payment information and receive an email confirmation that your order has been placed.
  10. Show up to your pickup location on the date you had chosen during the designated time window.
  11. Pull you car up to our branded truck, show your ID and order confirmation through your window, and we will put the box(es) in your car. **(For Warehouse pick up it is the same process but call 503 731 9637 when you pull up to dock and someone will bring your box(es) out to you)
  12. Drive away happy and contact free!


Produce Market Update

Onions: Organic red and yellows are oversold, due to heavy retail demand.  We will see higher markets going into next week.  Organic white onions are gapping.

Grapes: We are into our Pristine Green Grape supply! These are crisp and crunchy and sweet. Maybe the best grape we see all year on the greens. Most other import greens have stopped, so regardless of the higher price tag, this is a good buy! 

Garlic: Shippers have implemented a companywide par on fresh garlic packs.  We are being held to a 6-week average par, but also subject to prorates.  The new crop season will not start until June/July. The organic season is done for the year, and will also restart with new crop in June. 

Tomatoes: Tomatoes have gotten very cheap. Growers are backed up due to favorable growing weather and lack of food service demand. 

Melons: Cantaloupes are somewhat active because Guatemala is nearing the end and the new crops in Mexico and the US will be on the way soon.  Watermelon is the question mark.  Looks like some deals out there next week but the quality on those deals might be suspect. 

Broccoli/Cauliflower/Brussels: Items like Cauliflower and Brussels Sprouts are still in high demand due to arriving at store level pre-wrapped/pre-bagged. We are looking good on supply for contracts as well as open market needs.  

Potatoes: Most of the NW growers will finish next week on yellows and reds will go into mid-April. The market will increase next week due to limited growers remaining.  We will start to transition to a California new crop sometime in April. 

Apples: Honeycrisp apples are in high demand and shippers are struggling to keep up, as a result markets are moving higher, especially on organics. 

Berries: Supplies are steady and there are deals to be made with very little movement on strawberries.  Quality remains only fair after recent rain but should improve with better weather in the forecast. Supply remains tight on blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries out of Mexico but lack of sales are keeping markets steady to slightly lower.  California blueberries are about 2 weeks away. 

Citrus: Steady supplies and lower retail movement are easing markets slightly but production will steadily decrease as we get into April as the winter citrus crop comes to an end. We have deals available on volume orders. 

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