Harvest Status: Fall crop planting is underway.
Quality: Quality is good overall with occasional minor defects of deformed tips, overripe fruit, and pin rot due to recent wet mornings.
Volume: Volume continues to increase. The fields are loaded with flower and green fruit of all stages.
Pack Counts: Conventional Fall Crop: 18-20-24 ct. depending on ranch / Organic Fall Crop: 18-20-24 ct. depending on ranch
Quality: Crews are battling overripe, bruised, and decayed fruit, and are working hard to keep packs clean.
Volume: Production remains strong as the season starts to decline.
Pack Counts: Conventional: 22-25-30 / Organic: 28-32
Quality: Quality is excellent.
Volume: Production continues to increase.
Quality: Quality is great. Peru’s size has reduced slightly.
Volume: Argentina and Peru are in peak season. Chile will pick up in October.
Quality: Growers are working hard to manage weather-related yellow rust.
Volume: Volume is steady.
Quality: Wet weather has caused issues with red, leaky cells and soft fruit. Crews are keeping packs clean.
Volume: Volume is steadily increasing.
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A berry sweet message from a Kroger shopper:
"These are some of the best freshest blueberries I have had in years. Reminds me of when I used to pick them from blueberry plants on the farm. Thanks for the memories."