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Fall favorites make a comeback on PMG

While peaches maintained their No. 1 spot on PMG the week of Aug. 24, the rest of the top 20 saw some shuffling as fall items rejoined the list.

Which Asian specialty is new to PMG's top 20?

Cucumbers held on to No. 1 on PMG the week of July 20, but yellow plums vaulted into the No. 2 spot, bumping beans to No. 3 and okra to No. 4.

Citrus, lettuce see interest on PMG

Cucumbers, beans, okra and peaches held onto the top four spots on PMG the week of July 13, and yellow plums moved up two places to complete the top 5.

What's top of mind on PMG? Cucumbers and plums

Cucumbers held on to the No. 1 spot on PMG the week of July 6, but beans rose four places to No. 2, while okra stayed at No. 3.

Cucumbers, peaches, okra maintain lead on PMG

Cucumbers, peaches and okra held onto the top three spots on PMG the week of June 29, but the rest of the top 20 saw some shuffling.

Summer favorites stack PMG top 20

Cucumbers knocked honeydew melons off the top spot on PMG the week of June 22, while peaches hung on to No. 2 and okra moved up a place to No. 3.

Pumpkins enter top 10 on Produce Market Guide

Figs and yellow plums continued to hold the No. 1 and No. 2 spots on Produce Market Guide the week of July 29, while okra and cucumbers traded places from the week before.

Yellow plums threaten figs' dominance on Produce Market Guide

Figs have spent a month in the No. 1 spot on Produce Market Guide, but yellow plums gave them a run for their money last week, climbing two spots from the week before to land at No. 2.

Figs No. 1 on Produce Market Guide, but plums get plenty of love

After a couple of weeks of inching toward No. 1, figs secured the ranking of most searched item on Produce Market Guide during the week of July 1, switching places with cucumbers.

Figs inch toward No. 1 spot on Produce Market Guide

Cucumbers remained on top as the No. 1 most searched item on Produce Market Guide the week of June 24, while watermelons and figs, the previous week's No. 2 and No. 3 commodities, switched places.