Oh, hi, good morning there. Can you hear me? Because of this excellent lapel microphone, my father got me on Amazon prime day, hi Sam Maglio, I hope you’re having a great day. Good morning Maglio Markets In A Minute, we are coming at you here in AC Slater style form, in front of our very own Maglio McAllen bagging machine. Limes, lemons, oranges, anything citrus, jalapenos, tell us what to put in the machine, we’ll see what comes out. I gotta change this, this is terribly uncomfortable, I don’t know how AC Slater did that, shout out Saved By The Bell, an excellent program. Sitting like that, one out of ten, would not recommend. But good morning, here at Maglio Markets In A Minute we appreciate our viewers more than you could ever know and because of that, there’s something that we want to come clean about, and it’s just, it’s nothing big, but we just want to get out there because honesty is the best policy and we want to make sure that we’re all in the same page. So in the past, I have on numerous occasions used the phrase “coming at you here live,” now when I say “live,” I mean that extremely liberally because, in reality, it is 11 o’clock down here in South Texas on Tuesday night, that is not Wednesday morning at 8 a.m., but we do that to get you the content at 8 a.m Wednesday morning. So it came from a good place, but now you kind of know the background of it. I’m glad we get past that, I’m excited to move forward, thank you for your viewership. So good morning, we got a lot going on, obviously episode 12, a big number for us. Next week we have two episodes coming out so we have the Q&A coming out on Tuesday because let’s be real, on Tuesday morning, you’re not gonna be doing anything besides waiting for Wednesday afternoon, so why not have some fun questions answered by your Uncle PJ. So hey, send them in, we’ve got a lot on email, not a lot on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, like no questions there, but people are emailing me them. It’s gonna be completely anonymous, I’m just going to read the question and then answer it. So whatever you want, business, personal, my wardrobe, again size medium, anything you want, we’ll answer it as long as it’s you know pg-13 because obviously, you know ratings. So, that’s coming up on Tuesday, Wednesday we have a regular episode. Episode 13 Maglio Markets In A Minute, but going back to last week, we had a big giveaway. Right, so the middle name for Caitie blank Bowers, the winner was Ryan T. Ryan, congratulations! Caitlin Jane Bowers celebrated her birthday last week and as a result Ryan we will be sending you a special something. We will reach out via Linkedin where you were the winner, second place does go to my sister who I think probably cheated somehow, so I’m not going to count that as even a victory, but Ryan, congratulations. Get that out right away, so that’s everything from the past, now here we are in the present. Let’s talk about some markets, right, so this week pre-Thanksgiving week, some things are shuffling, some things are moving around, so let’s hammer it out. May Manski, I’m sure you’ll put an excellent camera somewhere. Maybe on the scales, across the scales, because I’ll be moving, you know, Jojo the Indian circus boy. But he has had the camera, there okay, so markets, ready, set, let’s roll. Starting with tomatoes, of course, South Florida going for a dollar per pound on Roma’s rounds, not grapes anymore, grapes have come off a little bit and so have cherries. The round market’s still strong, Mexico is not quite there yet, Rome is down there also, a dollar per pound, I think that’s probably the most volatile market in the whole produce world right now because you don’t think to yourself Thanksgiving, go buy the turkey, oh and get the tomatoes, besides that going over to California, the transition down to you has been top on those Thanksgiving items. So cauliflower going up, broccoli going up, celery steady, brussels sprouts steady, artichokes good luck, going through the roof on artichokes, besides that, we have lettuces that are still very unsteady, romaine hearts went for well over $40, liner lettuce, romaine lettuce, the high thirties, is it gonna be worth it? Is that gonna fall? What do supplies look like? In Yuma, not great to expect those markets to stay high through the end of the month at this rate. Going down here to South Texas, limes are very steady you have more crossings on limes this week than they did last week, expect the market to come off a little bit, switching over to Florida, the imported balance has started, domestic still going out. In California, the imported stuff is about the same price point but what tastes better I’ll let you decide. Besides that, down here in South Texas we still have some lemons available, the roma tomato situation, like I said is crossing getting better which is why the market is very volatile, and then over in the Sonora area of Mexico, you’ve got squashes getting a little tighter, the cold nights hurting the yellow squash, market going way up, zucchini stand pretty steady and besides that, boom! I ended it, I knew I went long, I can’t, again I have no idea how long it went, hopefully, it went well though. So that is it for this week, again next week, send us your questions, let us know what you want to be answered, we’re not picky, we’re not proud of anything you want, we will answer. So send those in, otherwise, you got produce questions, you got markets coming up, Thanksgiving, the holidays, things are crazy, what do they look like? What can we expect? Hit us up, let’s talk about it, you, me, in some markets, just the way you treat me, so 414-906-8800, text PJM@maglioproduce.com, LinkedIn, Instagram, questions, comments, let’s hang out. I think that’s it, hopefully, in the first episode the lapel microphone went well, man I hope it was recorded because that loud noise in the background could not be anything good, but hopefully, it was muffled because you’ve got me right here and not all that background noise. So I’ll go see what just fell over in the back and you take care, have a great rest of the week, as always, thank you for the viewership, we love you every week and we appreciate you coming back, so have a great rest of the week, as always, we’ll catch you later.
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