Market Insight

Fruits and Veggies – A Smart Shoppers Guide

Traditionally, most of us think that a diet heavy with a wide variety of fruits and vegetables is expensive. There are however ways to make these nutritious choices and get variety without breaking the […]

By |February 28th, 2013|Market Insight|0 Comments

2012, A Year In Review – Part 1

2013 is upon us, and it is sure to be another productive and busy year in the refrigerated transportation industry. This 1st installment of our three part series that discusses the market events that […]

By |January 3rd, 2013|Market Insight|0 Comments

Welcome to October – Fall Veggies and Running Update

We are having a nice start to fall up here in the Pacific Northwest, and it looks like it will be a great Thanksgiving weekend for Canada and Columbus Day weekend for the US! […]

Take Your Pick

Summer is finally here in the Lower Mainland! We have been waiting a long time for it, and this is what our forecast looks like:


So, we will be taking our favorite seasonal fruits and […]

July is Here: Celebrate with this Season’s Favorites!

July is upon us, and it’s hard to believe we’re halfway through 2012 already!!! This coming week will be filled with National celebrations as Sunday marks Canada Day, and Wednesday is the Fourth of […]

By |June 28th, 2012|Market Insight|0 Comments

MAY – what’s on your plate?

For most of us, May signals the start to BBQ season! So, let’s look at some popular May plate items:

M – Mangoes. Current USDA Market news show mangoes crossing from Mexico through Texas and […]

March Madness

In Peak Season

March: a great time to welcome Spring, celebrate Benito Juarez’s Birthday, St. Patrick’s Day, and watch NCAA Basketball! March is also a great time of year for a range of fruits and […]

By |March 15th, 2012|Market Insight|0 Comments

The Green Revolution

Green initiatives are all the rage these days, particularly in the transportation industry. Here’s a fact: transport systems have significant impacts on the environment, accounting for between 20 to 25% of world energy consumption […]