Romaine Lettuce and Romaine Hearts will be transitioning from fields in Salinas to Yuma during the beginning of November. Due to the recent heat and warmer days and longer/normal nights, we are having to harvest younger product to help combat … Continue reading →
Cantaloupe harvesting has been affected by recent heavy rain in California. The main issue is ground spots. This is an area on the rind that is thin and poorly developed and appears as a cosmetic blemish. Please expect possible scarring … Continue reading →
Last month’s hurricane did major damage to the city of Cabo San Lucas and La Paz, and families and businesses have been uprooted. Our prayers go out for the safety of all the people of Cabo San Lucas and Baja … Continue reading →
Last month’s hurricane did major damage to the city of Cabo San Lucas and La Paz, and families and businesses have been uprooted. Our prayers go out for the safety of all the people of Cabo San Lucas and Baja of California.
The fresh herb crop has been destroyed in Southern Baja and the crops will need to be replanted. We anticipate to be able to harvest fresh basil in Cabo around the middle of November. This will be a small amount.
We do have fields in other growing regions but the these fields are winding down. We are looking at a supply gap in late November and early December.
The weather has also caused damage to CHIVES and TARRAGON, as well as BASIL. We are anticipating a price increase on all three items for the next two to three months.
We are currently looking at alternative sourcing and we anticipate some bumps along the way but we will get through this.
Supplies are good on MINT, OREGANO, ROSEMARY, ITALIAN PARSLEY and DILL.
Thank you for your support during our recovery period from the Hurricane that hit our growing regions. Please let our sales staff know if you have any questions or concerns.