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Berries

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Haris Toplic
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Strawberries

Transportation & Storage
  • Ideal storage temperature: 32°F to 34°F with 90 to 95% humidity
  • Should not be sprayed while stored and will shrivel or lose color if stored too long
Specs & Packaging
Cartons
8/1 lb
4/2 lb
2/4 lb
Product Availability
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  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
  • Oct
  • Nov
  • Dec

California

Growing cities

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Watsonville

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Santa Maria

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Oxnard

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Florida

Growing cities

  • Jan – Apr
  • Dec

Plant City

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Lakeland

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Alachua

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Dover

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Texas

Import city

McAllen

  • Jan – Jun
  • Oct – Dec

Grown in Baja, Mexico

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Grown in Michoacan, Mexico

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Grown in Ensenada, Mexico

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Grown in Puebla, Mexico

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Blackberries

Transportation & Storage
  • Low storage and cooling temperatures (near 32°F) are necessary due to the lack of protective peel or rind
  • Highly sensitive to freezing injury
  • Clamshells should be vented on sides and top to allow for movement of forced air and placed secured in cartons to avoid damage during shipment
Specs & Packaging
Cartons
12/6 oz
12/12 oz
Product Availability
  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
  • Oct
  • Nov
  • Dec

California

Growing cities

  • May – Sep

Watsonville

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Santa Maria

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Oxnard

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Georgia

Growing city

  • Jan – May
  • Oct – Dec

Moultrie

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Texas

Import city

McAllen

  • May – Oct

Grown in Baja, Mexico

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  • Jan – May
  • Oct – Dec

Grown in Michoacan, Mexico

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  • Jan – May
  • Oct – Dec

Grown in Ensenada, Mexico

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  • Oct – Dec

Grown in Puebla, Mexico

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Blueberries

Transportation & Storage
  • Ideal transportation temperature: 32°F to 34°F with relative humidity of 90 to 95%
  • Blueberries should be cooled within 4 hours of harvest to lower respiration and slow ripening
Specs & Packaging
Cartons
12/6 oz
12/8 oz
12/12 oz
4/2.5 lb
Product Availability
  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
  • Oct
  • Nov
  • Dec

California

Growing cities

  • Jan – Apr
  • Jul – Dec

Watsonville

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Santa Maria

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Oxnard

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Florida

Growing cities

  • Mar – Jun

Winter Haven

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Plant City

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Lakeland

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Import city

Miami

  • Jan – Apr
  • Oct – Dec

Grown in Temuco, Chile

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  • Jan – Apr
  • Oct – Dec

Grown in Linares, Chile

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  • Jan – Apr
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Grown in Arauco, Chile

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  • Jan – Apr
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Grown in Ranco, Chile

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Pennsylvania

Import city

Philadelphia

  • Jan – Apr
  • Oct – Dec

Grown in Temuco, Chile

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  • Jan – Apr
  • Oct – Dec

Grown in Linares, Chile

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  • Jan – Apr
  • Oct – Dec

Grown in Arauco, Chile

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  • Jan – Apr
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Grown in Ranco, Chile

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Texas

Import city

McAllen

  • Jan – May
  • Nov – Dec

Grown in Baja, Mexico

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  • Jan – May
  • Nov – Dec

Grown in Michoacan, Mexico

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  • Jan – May
  • Nov – Dec

Grown in Jalisco, Mexico

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  • Jan – May
  • Nov – Dec

Grown in Colima, Mexico

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Raspberries

Transportation & Storage
  • Ideal transportation temperature: 32°F to 34°F with relative humidity of 90 to 95%
  • Highly sensitive to freezing injury
  • Product needs to be precooled immediately after harvest to slow down decay
Specs & Packaging
Cartons
12/6 oz
12/12 oz
Product Availability
  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
  • Oct
  • Nov
  • Dec

California

Growing cities

  • Jan – Dec

Watsonville

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Santa Maria

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Oxnard

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Florida

Import city

Maimi

  • Jan – Apr

Grown in Temuco, Chile

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  • Jan – Apr

Grown in Linares, Chile

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Pennsylvania

Import city

Philadelphia

  • Jan – Apr

Grown in Temuco, Chile

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  • Jan – Apr

Grown in Linares, Chile

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Texas

Import city

McAllen

  • Jan – May
  • Oct – Dec

Grown in Baja, Mexico

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  • Jan – May
  • Oct – Dec

Grown in Michoacan, Mexico

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  • Jan – May
  • Oct – Dec

Grown in Jalisco, Mexico

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  • Jan – May
  • Oct – Dec

Grown in Colima, Mexico

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