What are you charging in 2014?
Since we are all over the country, I know pricing will differ among us all. Just thought it would be interesting to see what others are charging. We are in the burbs - about 50 miles NW of Chicago. We are also certified organic, so try to charge more than the conventional vendors. Because we are a very small operation (less than 2 acres) we try to grow things that the bigger growers don't, and utilize high tunnels to have early produce. I also plant intensively - everything is in double rows.
Tomatoes - $3 / lb. We grow heirlooms and odd tomatoes.
Cherry tomatoes (10 types mixed) $3.50 / pint. Might raise to $3.75 this year - we always sell out.
Kale, collards, chard - $3 / bunch. Might have to drop this soon to $2.
Zucchini - $1 each - regardless of size
Peas - $3 / pint
Strawberries - $4 / pint
Cucumbers $.75 each - may do 3 for $2 as market gets saturated.
Peppers - have done $2.50 / lb in the past, may change to $.75 each, or 3 for $2.
Eggplant - $2.50 / lb (pink and bicolored types - can't compete with the black varieties)
Garlic - $9 / lb. About $2.50 for the largest bulbs, $1 for average. We have 11 varieties this year, so sorting by size is not an option. People buy more garlic from us than anyone else, because we have it sorted by type.
Garlic scapes - 6/ $1
Elephant garlic $5 - 6 / lb. haven't decided yet....
Broccoli - still on the fence. $2 or $2.50 / lb
Herbs - $2 / bunch
Baby pink ginger - $14 / lb - most people buy a piece that costs $1.50 - juicers will buy more.
ground cherries - $4 / pint
Mexican sour gherkins - $4 / snack sized ziploc bag
Purple potatoes - $2.50 / lb
Tomatillos - $2 pint
sweet potatoes - $3 / lb
Leeks - $1 each
cabbage (smaller) $2 each
Filet beans $4 / bag (~1/2 lb). Again - cant compete with "green beans" - have to specialize there.
Oasis turnips - $2 / bunch - (4-5 depending on size) Might change that to $.50 each as more produce starts coming in, just to save the bunching time.
New this year are shallots. Not sure what to charge for those - a lady next to us charges $3 for a half pint basket. We only have pint baskets, so might need to figure out a price per pound for those.