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May 10, 2024

Chile pepper markets are slowly easing as new growing regions open on both coasts. Serrano and poblanos remain snug.

  • Mexican chili supplies are gradually improving
  • Warm weather in Sonora is enhancing yields and regular production is expected over the next week
  • The Baja Peninsula will get started mid-May with light volume
  • Mexicali has started their tomatillos which is helping overall supply
  • Poblanos and serranos continue to be scarce but will increase throughout May
  • Florida’s Plant City jalapenos are underway along with light supplies of hungarians and poblanos; the Georgia season will start the third week of May
  • Growers have removed AOG clauses on jalapenos, anaheims, and tomatillos; serranos and poblanos continue to have restrictions
  • Prices will continue to decrease over the next two weeks

Please contact your Markon customer service representative for more information.

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