For a little over three months, the First Quality Produce team has been working around the clock on refreshing the brand. We are thrilled to finally share with the public what we have been working on. You may have noticed our new logo—this is just one piece of the puzzle. On July 26th, our new […]
Top Five Alerts 01. Garlic Expect supply to remain limited until late July. 02. Cherry Tomatoes Both pricing and supply is on high alert due to extremely low availability. 03. Limes While the rain has helped with sizing, the demand is still strong with limited supplies. 04. Carrots Supply is continuing to be limited on
Stone Fruit season has officially begun. Southern California began harvest at the end of April and has been steady since. The Central Valley is set to begin harvesting peaches and nectarines this week with supply looking higher than last season. First Quality Produce enjoyed the busyness April brought. With the county slowly opening back up
Spring has sprung and the. warmer weather has begun! 1st Quality is looking forward to a busy April with new produce coming into season. Be on the lookout for more produce news! Top Five Alerts 01. Limes Low yields in Mexico are creating a more active market. Supply expected to be tight for the next
First Quality Produce, Fresno, Calif., announced plans to expand its newly remodeled facility to grow its own brand of heirloom tomatoes and other vegetables. A quarter of an acre open lot will house the vegetables, while a hothouse located next to the field will house the seedlings and transplants.
Fresno-based First Quality Produce, one of the San Joaquin Valley’s leading wholesale providers of fresh fruits and vegetables, is reaching out directly to consumers with the launch of a new weekly service: Farm to Families.
A summer job helping his father deliver boxes of vegetables to Fresno restaurants has turned into a growing and specialized enterprise for Mike Kahaian over the last 26 years.