Source: The Packer
Buyers of Florida winter vegetables and tomatoes should expect smaller volumes and higher than normal prices until the state's spring deals begin.
Many of south Florida's packinghouses that would normally be busy running green beans, sweet corn, bell peppers, squash and tomatoes remain at a standstill, causing some prices to shoot to high levels.
On Jan. 26, the USDA said it expected Florida beans, peppers and tomatoes of all types to decline in movement during the next two weeks.
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