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December 7, 2023

Low temperatures and rain have slowed mixed berry production in Mexico. California supplies will continue to tighten as the season winds down.


  • Chilean volume is increasing
    • Production will peak in early January
    • Quality is good
  • Peruvian supplies are ample; the season will end in mid-January
  • Mexican yields are low
  • The California season is ending
  • Demand is moderate; overall supplies are abundant


  • Yields are low in Central Mexico
    • Cool weather and rain have hindered harvests
    • Supplies will increase as weather improves
  • California’s season is past its peak; stocks are limited
  • Quality is good in both regions
  • Weak demand and sufficient stocks will keep prices steady


  • Mexican supplies are limited
  • California’s season is past its peak; volume is low
  • Quality is good in all areas
  • Expect rising markets

Please contact your Markon customer service representative for more information.

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