The Meat House (I guess it's a chain), upscale butcher shop that also carries produce, has canceled its farmers markets for the rest of the year. They did 1 in June and 1 in July and "they weren't well-received". I had called to ask if they were having it b/c it has been raining today and also I didn't see the signs up last week when I went through town.
But I mentioned that I had over 50 lbs of tomatoes sitting in garage (and wanted to know b4 noon if market was on or not b4 I picked anything else), they said produce manager might be interested, she'd give me a call.
So how much discount should I give for wholesale? I sell heirlooms for $4/lb and hybrids for $3/lb, cherry toms $3-4/pint. That's in line with what Stop & Shop is selling organic tomatoes for, this place will probably sell them for more.
I have 16# of BWs, 8# BK, 11# (about 14-15 pints) of cherries, and 12# of Glaciers (small salad tomatoes). I might want to hold some of the less-ripe cherries back for Friday market but the other tomatoes are ready to go, and I have more (not a whole lot, but at least 5# of each) just barely blushing now that will be ready by then.
I was also going to try mini-pumpkins at market today - think I should ask them about pumpkins and gourds, if/when they might be interested?