Warm Veg

Our warm season vegetable products come from all over the world, so we always have whatever you need, when you need it.

Speak with one of our warm veg experts

Haris Toplic
Procurement Specialist
(847) 808‐3039

We’re more than just warm veg.

Squash

Transportation & Storage
  • Summer squash should be transported at 45°F to 50°F and 85 to 90% humidity
  • Ethylene and freezing injury sensitive
Specs & Packaging
Xfancy / Fancy / Medium
1/2 bu
26 lb
Wire / Bound
1 1/9 bu
Product Availability
  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
  • Oct
  • Nov
  • Dec

Arizona

Import city

Nogales

  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Baja, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Sonora, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Sinaloa, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Jalisco, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Nayarit, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Colima, Mexico

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California

Growing cities

  • May – Nov

Choachella

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Fresno

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Santa Maria

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Thermal

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Florida

Growing cities

  • Jan – May
  • Oct – Dec

Delray Beach

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Boynton Beach

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Homestead

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Belle Glade

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Georgia

Growing cities

  • Jun – Dec

Norman Park

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Camilla

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Tifton

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Forest Park

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Moultrie

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Michigan

Growing cities

  • Jul – Oct

Hudsonville

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Watervliet

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Benton Harbor

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Texas

Import city

McAllen

  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Baja, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Sonora, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Sinaloa, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Jalisco, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Nayarit, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Colima, Mexico

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Cucumbers

Transportation & Storage
  • Cucumbers need to be cooled immediately to maintain freshness and shelf life
  • Ideal storage temperature: 45°F to 50°F with 95% relative humidity
Specs & Packaging
Cartons
1/9 bu supers / selects / large / plain / small
36 ct
24 ct
Product Availability
  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
  • Oct
  • Nov
  • Dec

Arizona

Import city

Nogales

  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Obregon, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Culiacan, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Jalisco, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Michoacan, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Baja, Mexico

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California

Growing cities

  • May – Nov

Coachella

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Fresno

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Santa Maria

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Thermal

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Import city

San Diego

  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Obregon, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Culiacan, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Jalisco, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Michoacan, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Baja, Mexico

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Florida

Growing cities

  • Jan – Jun
  • Oct – Dec

Delray Beach

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Boynton Beach

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Homestead

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Belle Glade

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Georgia

Growing cities

  • May – Jun
  • Oct – Nov

Norman Park

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Camilla

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Tifton

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Forest Park

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Moultrie

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Michigan

Growing cities

  • Jul – Oct

Hudsonville

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Watervliet

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Benton Harbor

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North Carolina

Growing city

  • May – Sep

Hendersonville

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Texas

Import city

McAllen

  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Obregon, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Culiacan, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Jalisco, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Michoacan, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Baja, Mexico

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Eggplant

Transportation & Storage
  • Eggplant should be cooled to 50°F and 90 to 95% relative humidity to maintain freshness for up to two weeks
  • Ideal storage temperature: 46°F to 54°F
  • Eggplant is ethylene and odor sensitive
Specs & Packaging
Cartons
18 ct Fancy
24 ct Fancy
18 ct Choice
24 ct Choice
Product Availability
  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
  • Oct
  • Nov
  • Dec

Arizona

Import city

Nogales

  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Sonora, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Sinaloa, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Jalisco, Mexico

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California

Growing cities

  • Jun – Dec

Coachella

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Fresno

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Santa Maria

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Thermal

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Florida

Growing cities

  • Jan – Jun
  • Nov – Dec

Delray Beach

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Boynton Beach

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Homestead

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Belle Glade

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Georgia

Growing cities

  • Jun – Oct

Norman Park

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Camilla

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Tifton

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Forest Park

View Weather

Moultrie

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Michigan

Growing cities

  • Jul – Oct

Hudsonville

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Watervliet

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Benton Harbor

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Texas

Import city

McAllen

  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Sonora, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Sinaloa, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Jalisco, Mexico

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Peppers

Transportation & Storage
  • Mature peppers stored at temperatures below 45°F can incur chilling injury and pitting
  • Storing above 55°F will increase susceptibility to various types of decay
  • Ideal storage temperature: 45°F to 55°F with 90% to 95% relative humidity
  • Pepper are sensitive to ethylene and should not be shipped with other ethylene producing commodities
Specs & Packaging
Cartons
25 lb
15 lb
11 lb
Bushel
1 1/9 1 1/9 bu
Product Availability
  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
  • Oct
  • Nov
  • Dec

Arizona

Import city

Nogales

  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Baja, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Sonora, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Sinaloa, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Jalisco, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Michoacan, Mexico

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California

Growing cities

  • Jan – Dec

Coachella

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Fresno

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Santa Maria

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Thermal

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Import city

Centro

  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Baja, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Sonora, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Sinaloa, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Jalisco, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Michoacan, Mexico

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Florida

Growing cities

  • Jan – Jul
  • Oct – Dec

Delray Beach

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Boynton Beach

View Weather

Homestead

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Belle Glade

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Georgia

Growing cities

  • May – Oct

Norman Park

View Weather

Camilla

View Weather

Tifton

View Weather

Forest Park

View Weather

Moultrie

View Weather

Michigan

Growing cities

  • Jul – Oct

Hudsonville

View Weather

Watervliet

View Weather

Benton Harbor

View Weather

North Carolina

Growing city

  • Jun – Nov

Hendersonville

View Weather

Texas

Import city

McAllen

  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Baja, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Sonora, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Sinaloa, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Jalisco, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Michoacan, Mexico

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Tomatoes

Transportation & Storage
  • Ideal transportation temperature: for pink fruit 46°F to 50°F and 55°F to 70°F for the green fruit
  • Tomatoes held at 50°F for longer than 2 weeks or at 41°F for longer than 6 to 8 days are vulnerable to chilling injury
Specs & Packaging
Clams / Baskets
12/1
Bulk
25 lb
2 layer
10 lb
20 lb
Product Availability
  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • Jun
  • Jul
  • Aug
  • Sep
  • Oct
  • Nov
  • Dec

Arizona

Import city

Nogales

  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Jalisco, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Culiacan, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Los Mochis, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Baja, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Colima, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Michoacan, Mexico

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California

Growing cities

  • May – Nov

Corona

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Merced

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San Joaquin

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Oceanside

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Import city

San Diego

  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Jalisco, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Culiacan, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Los Mochis, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Baja, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Colima, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Michoacan, Mexico

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Florida

Growing cities

  • Jan – Jun
  • Oct – Dec

Palmeto

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Ruskin

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Immokalee

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Homestead

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Belle Glade

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Quincy

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Texas

Import city

McAllen

  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Jalisco, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Culiacan, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Los Mochis, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Baja, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Colima, Mexico

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  • Jan – Dec

Grown in Michoacan, Mexico

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