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IDAHO FALLS Shipping Point Prices as of 20-NOV-2015 Provided by: Fruit and Vegetable Market News, Federal - State Market News Service, USDA. Phone: (208) 525-0166 Fax: (208) 525-5546 Prices represent open (spot) market sales by first handlers on product of generally good quality and condition unless otherwise stated and may include promotional allowances or other incentives. No consideration is given to after-sale adjustments unless otherwise stated. Brokerage fees paid by the shipper are included in the price reported. Delivered Sales, Shipping Point Basis excludes all charges for freight. IF—FV130 The Following Terms when used by Market News will be interpreted as meaning: Occasional-1 to 5%, Few-6 to 10%, Some-11 to 25%, Many-26 to 50%, Mostly-51 to 90%, Generally-91 to 100% Moses Lake, WA Clear 17/43 Pasco, WA Clear 26/44 Patchy Fog Mount Vernon, WA Clear 28/45 Monte Vista, CO Clear 14/46 Windy Greeley, CO Mostly Cloudy 19/39 Windy Twin Falls, ID Clear 33/41 Windy Idaho Falls, ID Clear 21/31 Windy Ontario, OR Clear 35/44 Klamath Falls, OR Partly Cloudy 33/49 Patchy Fog Stevens Point, WI Mostly Cloudy 25/34 Windy Antigo, WI Partly Cloudy 24/32 Windy Grand Forks, ND Mostly Cloudy 12/26 North Platte, NE Cloudy 35/40 Windy Ica, Peru Partly Cloudy 63/78 Lima, Pe  Read More..

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