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Marketscope — Raspberries f.o.b.s as of May 18


Overview of raspberries prices in U.S. market, complemented by charts from Agronometrics.



Original published in ThePacker.com on May 20, 2020

This information, provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Marketing Service, shows week-by-week shipments and f.o.b.s for commodities from shipments for the fresh market. Protective services are extra unless otherwise stated. Shipments, in 1,000 cwt., are for weeks ending: 1st no. = May 2; 2nd no. = May 9; 3rd no. = May 16. Expected movement is for May 24 to June 6. F.o.b. prices are as of May 18.

Raspberries

MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA AND TEXAS — Crossings (46-45*-39) — Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Trading early fairly active, late active. Prices Higher. Flats 12 6-ounce cups with lids mostly 18.00. Quality generally good. Most present — Shipments from prior bookings and/or previous commitments. (* revised)

Price of raspberries (USD) in the US Market (MEXICO CROSSINGS THROUGH ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA AND TEXAS). Flats 12 6-Oz Cups With Lids


Source: USDA Market News via Agronometrics.
(Agronometrics users can view this chart with live updates here)

SALINAS-WATSONVILLE CALIFORNIA — Shipments (0-2-5) — Movement expected to increase seasonally. Quality variable. The first F.O.B. report is expected to be issued by May 29.

Price of raspberries (USD) in the US Market (SALINAS-WATSONVILLE CALIFORNIA). Flats 12 6-Oz Cups With Lids


Source: USDA Market News via Agronometrics.
(Agronometrics users can view this chart with live updates here)

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