Thurs, Nov 2nd, 2023
Dear Ole Tyme Produce Customers:
BLUEBERRIES - EXTREME Early weather in the Peruvian season negatively affected crops and subsequent production. Yields are less than 50% from areas, and some crops were utterly wiped out. Supplies out of Peru are expected to improve mid-November but tail off quickly in December. Supplies remain very light out of Mexico, and crops are behind 3-4 weeks. Furthermore, growers saw tropical weather last week that decreased estimates by 30-50%. The markets are not expected to be wholly corrected until Chilean arrivals begin to enter the U.S. in late December or early January.
If you have any additional questions, please reach out to your Sales Representative or our Customer Service team.
Ole Tyme Produce
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Chief Executive Officer, Operation Food Search
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Owner/Operator, The Original Pancake House