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Wisconsin celery grower starts Midwest harvest

Trembling Prairie Farms Inc., Markesan, Wis., is harvesting celery through the first week of October.

Celery's jaw-dropping run showing signs of fatigue

Is the celery market finally ready to settle down?

What keeps stoking the celery market?

Celery isn’t the only high-priced, high-demand produce item on retail supermarket shelves, but the commodity’s enduring run of high f.o.b. prices is truly remarkable.
Jun 06, 2019 by Tom Karst #Opinion, #Celery, #Produce Retail

Celery still hot, buyers taking ‘what they can get’

Celery’s high prices, high demand and low supply show no sign of changing soon.

Organic celery trending

Organic vegetables are hot commodities in supermarket produce departments, and celery, in particular, seems to be a current trendsetter. 

No Packer jinx for celery

The urban legend of the Sports Illustrated cover jinx goes something to the effect that people or teams on the cover of the magazine subsequently experience bad luck. 

Celery market soars as juicing trend expands

Fueled by consumer demand for fresh celery juice, prices for celery soared to more than $60 a carton in early April.
Apr 09, 2019 by Tom Karst #Produce Crops, #Celery

Celery prices holding strong near $40 per carton

West Coast celery shipping point prices continue to hold strong at historically high levels, and the market may not back down for several weeks.
Feb 28, 2019 by Tom Karst #Produce (General), #Celery