U.S. Mexico Canada Agreement seasonal perishable products - weekly update

Mexican imports of 2022 asparagus through California and Arizona are expected to remain the same

Seasonal changes have led to a shift in various commodities. Asparagus has replaced blueberries, as the number of both domestic and international growing areas shipping asparagus continues to grow while blueberries out of production areas in the southeastern U.S. are winding down for the season. This list will be revisited regularly to maintain an accurate representation of the current trade situation affecting shippers of perishable commodities in North America.

Mexico's crossings of 2022 crop asparagus through Calexico, California, San Luis, Arizona, and Arizona are expected to remain about the same. Trading is moderate at slightly higher prices, and light harvest has begun in the Obregon, Mexico growing region. Prices for 11-pound cartons/crates bunched green jumbo are mostly 26.75-28.75, large mostly 26.75, and standard mostly 22.75. Extra services included. Movement of Peru imports 2023 crop through South Florida ports of entry is expected to increase slightly as production increases and more shippers resume harvest. Trading was fairly slow with fairly light demand. Prices on the green were slightly lower to lower, and supplies of white were insufficient to establish a market.

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Source: mymarketnews.ams.usda.gov

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