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October 4, 2023

Blueberry supplies remain extremely limited; the domestic season has ended and imported shipments have been delayed.


  • The Pacific Northwest and Michigan seasons have ended
  • Peruvian import shipments are delayed; supplies are expected to increase over the next month
  • Mexican production is off to a slow start; the season typically does not start until late October
  • Demand far exceeds supply; the industry will remain in a production gap for the next month
  • Expect high markets and pro-rated orders for the next three to four weeks


  • California will continue to supply a large share of volume though mid-October despite declining yields
  • Central Mexico’s yields are increasing week over week, helping to alleviate the declining California supplies
  • Quality is good; some softness and red cell has been reported
  • Expect declining supplies and rising markets


  • The California growing season is past its peak and will continue to downtrend over the next two to three weeks
  • Mexican production continues to increase, helping to fill the void from declining California supplies
  • Quality is good; no issues have been reported at this time
  • Expect good supplies and stable markets

Please contact your Markon customer service representative for more information.

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