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Beginning on Monday, December 11, we will be challenging chefs to create a special using Coraline Chicory from California Endive Farms, located in Rio Vista, CA. Here is how it will work:

(1) A sales rep will challenge a chef by dropping off a case of Coraline 
(2) The chef will create a special using Coraline
(3) The chef will take a picture of the dish, post it to instragram, and tag @producexpress and @caendivefarms
(4) The chef will keep the challenge going by tagging another chef and Produce Express will deliver the new challenge a case of Coraline
#produceexpressyourself #produceexpresschef #produceexpress #chefchallenge #caendivefarms #coraline #chicory

tuesday, January 9 from 9am-12pm


week of october 9, 2017



  • APPLES: Apple Hill varieties available this week include: Braeburn, Fuji, Golden Delicious, and Granny Smith. The following are done for the season: Jonathon, Jonagold, and Gala are done.
  • ARTICHOKES: Market slightly higher on all sizes. 18’s, 24’s, and 30’s in low-mid $30’s.
  • AVOCADO: Market continues to slide into low $60’s. We should end the week in the mid $50’s.
  • ASPARAGUS: Market easing below seasonal norms– low-mid $30’s.
  • BERRIES: Strawberries are smaller in size; overall quality has been good. Northwest Blueberries are done. South American imports considerably high. Fresh Cranberries are available by the case and 12oz package.
  • BROCCOLI: Market improving. Processors have begun pro-rating orders. Broccoli buds very tight.
  • CITRUS: Grapefruit market is very strong– low $40’s. Lemon Market down slightly- low $30’s. Lime market pushing upward into the mid $20’s. Oranges remain very scarce– market in low-mid $40’s on all sizes. California Navels are still a couple weeks away. Imported Meyer Lemons, Tangerines, and Blood Oranges are available.
  • LETTUCE: Iceberg prices have escalated into mid $40’s. Processor has also increased pricing and are pro-rating orders. Romaine and Romaine Hearts markets stronger– high $20’s. Supplies will remain very tight for several weeks.
  • MELONS: All mixed melons are done. We are still sourcing local watermelons from Vierra Farms. Cantaloupe and Honeydews are in the mid-teens.
  • SQUASH: Local growers finishing for the season. Summer, Sunburst, Ronde Nice and Toy Box Squash are done for the season. Gold Bar is very limited. Local Butternut, Kabocha, Spaghetti, and Delicata available from Ray Yeung.
  • STONEFRUIT: The last Peaches, Nectarines, and Plums are in the house. When they are gone, the season will be finished.
  • TOMATOES: California and Mexican Round finally dipping below $20’s. Market will adjust if we get poor weather. Ray Yeung will continue to harvest Heirlooms and True Vine Ripes until October 31.

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