Price Watch- Avocados

avocados

The market for avocados is experiencing a wide gap in supply currently. The prices of avocados are rising substantially, to well over seventy dollars per case! The insane price is due to hold for a few weeks- the California crops have finished earlier than expected, and the

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Jimmy Nardello Peppers

Check out these gorgeous Jimmy Nardello peppers (pictured here)! Their thin skin is perfect for frying or charring, and their bright red color is sure to delight any patron. We also have a mixed variety pepper box with many of the summertime varieties available including Jimmy Nardello,

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Price Watch- Asparagus

asparagus

Asparagus is an item to watch this week. This product has a hard time growing in hot weather. When the temperatures rise substantially, the asparagus grows too fast and becomes oversized, making it quite unappetizing. Because of this, there is a limited supply of the Mexican product

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German Butterball Potato

These German butterball potatoes are melt in your mouth delicious! This potato variety is a beautiful golden color with an extra smooth, buttery taste. Their round shape and varying sizes make them perfect for any main dish accompaniment. Try these special potatoes today while they are freshest!

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Fresh Garbanzo Beans

Move over edamame, fresh garbanzo beans are here! These bright green, fuzzy little pods are delicious in any application you can imagine. Check out just some of the ways to use these cute little pods:  Pop them raw out of their shells (they have one or two

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Local Corn in the House!

White Corn

Local corn from Brentwood has returned! The area is known for growing this crop for a reason- the sweetness of this California grown corn is unparalleled. They are coming to us looking beautiful, and only going to improve as the season gets rolling. We have a great

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Price Watch- Celery

Celery

Celery has experienced a high price increase in recent days. Supply is short and there are issues with quality. The celery crops from Yuma, CA are finished and harvested, and the grow areas in Oxnard are behind schedule. Cauliflower is experiencing a similar situation with a gap

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