Zucchini Price Per Pound

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Aloe-organic $1.69 each Organic, USA $1.69 each Organic USA Artichokes. $0.54 each Conventional, USA $0.54 each Conventional USA Arugula loose organic $5.17 per pound Organic, USA $5.17 per pound Organic USA Arugula-5oz organic $3.45 each Organic, USA $3.45 each Organic USA Arugula-bunched organic twisties $1.90 per bunch Organic, USA $1.90 per bunch Organic USA Arugula. bunched $1.

11 per bunch Conventional, Florida $1.11 per bunch Conventional Florida Arugula. cup $2.17 each Conventional, USA $2.17 each Conventional USA Asparagus. bunched $3.09 per pound Conventional, Mexico $3.09 per pound Conventional Mexico Avocados-hass #94225 organic $3.33 per pound Organic, Mexico $3.33 per pound Organic Mexico Avocados-hass. #4225 $2.74 per pound Conventional, Mexico $2.

74 per pound Conventional Mexico Bananas-organic $0.86 per pound Organic, Ecuador or Peru $0.86 per pound Organic Ecuador or Peru Basil-green pesticide free $3.54 each Pesticide Free, Gotham Greens NY $3.54 each Pesticide Free Gotham Greens NY Basil-thai pesticide free $3.54 each Pesticide Free, Gotham Greens NY $3.54 each Pesticide Free Gotham Greens NY Basil. $2.99 per bunch Conventional, Florida $2.

99 per bunch Conventional Florida Beans-green bags organic $3.75 each Organic, USA $3.75 each Organic USA Beans-green. round. $2.13 per pound Conventional, Georgia $2.13 per pound Conventional Georgia Beets- bunch various organic $2.32 per bunch Organic, USA $2.32 per bunch Organic USA Beets-chioggia loose organic $1.99 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.99 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Beets-gold loose organic $1.

99 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.99 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Beets-red loose organic $1.99 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.99 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Beets-whole cooked and peeled organic $3.14 each Organic, Great Britain $3.14 each Organic Great Britain Blackberries-organic $4.95 each Organic, Mexico $4.

95 each Organic Mexico Blueberries. $3.76 each Conventional, Mexico $3.76 each Conventional Mexico Bok choy-baby organic $2.52 per pound Organic, California $2.52 per pound Organic California Bok choy-organic $1.51 per pound Organic, USA $1.51 per pound Organic USA Broccoli slaw organic $3.45 each Organic, USA $3.45 each Organic USA Broccoli- California organic $3.08 per bunch Organic, California $3.

08 per bunch Organic California Broccoli.rabe.. (rapini) $3.58 per bunch Conventional, California $3.58 per bunch Conventional California Broccolini-organic $1.72 per bunch Organic, California $1.72 per bunch Organic California Brussels sprouts-green baby mesh bag $2.67 each Conventional, Holland $2.67 each Conventional Holland Brussels sprouts.-loose $1.94 per pound Conventional, California $1.

94 per pound Conventional California Buddha's hands-organic $10.07 each Organic, Waxed, California $10.07 each Organic, Waxed California Burdock Root (Gobo)-organic $7.15 per pound Organic, Kent Family Growers Lisbon NY $7.15 per pound Organic Kent Family Growers Lisbon NY Cabbage-green organic $1.24 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.24 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Cabbage-napa green organic $1.

49 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.49 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Cabbage-red organic $1.24 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.24 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Cabbage-savoy organic $1.24 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.24 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Cameo-minimally treated $1.

17 per pound Minimally Treated, Waxed, Hepworth Farms, NY $1.17 per pound Minimally Treated, Waxed Hepworth Farms, NY Candycrisp-minimally treated $1.17 per pound Minimally Treated, Waxed, Hepworth Farms, NY $1.17 per pound Minimally Treated, Waxed Hepworth Farms, NY Carambola (starfruit)-organic $8.49 per pound Organic, Florida $8.49 per pound Organic Florida Carrots- bunch orange organic $2.

10 per bunch Organic, California $2.10 per bunch Organic California Carrots-1# bags organic $1.05 each Organic, USA $1.05 each Organic USA Carrots-1# bags regular $0.77 each Conventional, Canada or USA (read label) $0.77 each Conventional Canada or USA (read label) Carrots-5# bags organic $6.43 each Organic, Canada or USA (read label) $6.43 each Organic Canada or USA (read label) Carrots-baby local orange organic $4.

85 each Organic, Pete's Greens Craftsbury VT $4.85 each Organic Pete's Greens Craftsbury VT Carrots-baby local rainbow organic $4.85 each Organic, Pete's Greens Craftsbury VT $4.85 each Organic Pete's Greens Craftsbury VT Carrots-baby organic bags $1.44 each Organic, USA $1.44 each Organic USA Carrots-baby rainbow organic 12oz bags $1.93 each Organic, USA $1.93 each Organic USA Carrots-baby.

bags $1.05 each Conventional, USA $1.05 each Conventional USA Carrots-loose orange organic $1.87 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.87 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Carrots-loose purple organic $2.38 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $2.38 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Carrots-loose red organic $2.38 per pound Organic, Remembrance Farm Trumansburg, NY $2.

38 per pound Organic Remembrance Farm Trumansburg, NY Carrots-loose white organic $2.38 per pound Organic, Lancaster County, PA $2.38 per pound Organic Lancaster County, PA Carrots-loose yellow organic $2.38 per pound Organic, Remembrance Farm Trumansburg, NY $2.38 per pound Organic Remembrance Farm Trumansburg, NY Cauliflower-crumbles organic $4.25 each Organic, USA $4.25 each Organic USA Cauliflower-white wrapped organic $4.

65 each Organic, California $4.65 each Organic California Celeriac-organic $3.03 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $3.03 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Celery- organic $1.12 per pound Organic, Mexico or USA-read box/label $1.12 per pound Organic Mexico or USA-read box/label Chard- bunched various organic $1.97 per bunch Organic, USA $1.97 per bunch Organic USA Chard-loose organic $10.

12 per pound Organic, Lancaster County, PA $10.12 per pound Organic Lancaster County, PA Chestnuts-cup organic $7.23 each Organic, Rose Valley Farm, Rose NY $7.23 each Organic Rose Valley Farm, Rose NY Chestnuts. $6.16 per pound Conventional, Italy $6.16 per pound Conventional Italy Cilantro- organic $1.13 per bunch Organic, California $1.13 per bunch Organic California Clementine/Halo.

loose $1.84 per pound Conventional, Waxed, Morocco or Spain $1.84 per pound Conventional, Waxed Morocco or Spain Clementines- 2lb bag organic $6.25 each Organic, Waxed, California $6.25 each Organic, Waxed California Clementines-5lb boxes $6.66 each Conventional, Waxed, Morocco or Spain $6.66 each Conventional, Waxed Morocco or Spain Coconut-young Thai organic $3.64 each Organic, Thailand $3.

64 each Organic Thailand Coconuts-organic $1.26 per pound Organic, Mexico $1.26 per pound Organic Mexico Collards-bunch organic $2.10 per bunch Organic, USA $2.10 per bunch Organic USA Cranberries. $1.11 each Conventional, Massachusetts $1.11 each Conventional Massachusetts Cucumber-kirby. $0.83 per pound Conventional, Mexico $0.83 per pound Conventional Mexico Cucumber-long seedless $1.

22 each Conventional, Canada $1.22 each Conventional Canada Cucumber-persian $1.94 per pound Conventional, Dominican Republic $1.94 per pound Conventional Dominican Republic Cucumber-persian bagged organic $4.70 each Organic, Mexico $4.70 each Organic Mexico Cucumber-regular organic $1.71 per pound Organic, Mexico $1.71 per pound Organic Mexico Curry leaf-organic $2.23 each Organic, Florida $2.

23 each Organic Florida Daikon-organic $1.60 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.60 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Daikon-purple organic $1.60 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.60 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Dandelions- organic $2.10 per bunch Organic, USA $2.10 per bunch Organic USA Dill-organic $1.87 per bunch Organic, California $1.

87 per bunch Organic California Eggplant- organic $2.48 per pound Organic, Mexico or USA-read box/label $2.48 per pound Organic Mexico or USA-read box/label Empire-minimally treated $1.17 per pound Minimally Treated, Waxed, Kaufman Fruit Bird-in-Hand PA $1.17 per pound Minimally Treated, Waxed Kaufman Fruit Bird-in-Hand PA Endive-Belgian $2.07 per pound Conventional, Belgium or Holland $2.

07 per pound Conventional Belgium or Holland Envy-organic $2.74 per pound Organic, Washington $2.74 per pound Organic Washington Feijoa-pineapple guava organic $11.52 per pound Organic, California $11.52 per pound Organic California Fennel- organic twisties $2.96 each Organic, USA $2.96 each Organic USA Fennel. $1.42 each Conventional, California $1.42 each Conventional California Fuji-minimally treated $1.

17 per pound Minimally Treated, Waxed, Hepworth Farms, NY $1.17 per pound Minimally Treated, Waxed Hepworth Farms, NY Gala-3lb bag organic $4.20 each Organic, Washington $4.20 each Organic Washington Gala-minimally treated $1.17 per pound Minimally Treated, Waxed, Hepworth Farms, NY $1.17 per pound Minimally Treated, Waxed Hepworth Farms, NY Garlic- label organic $9.87 per pound Organic, USA $9.

87 per pound Organic USA Garlic-black organic $7.37 each Organic, Pete's Greens Craftsbury VT $7.37 each Organic Pete's Greens Craftsbury VT Garlic-braid organic $30.42 each Organic, Rose Valley Farm, Rose NY $30.42 each Organic Rose Valley Farm, Rose NY Garlic. $3.07 per pound Conventional, Spain $3.07 per pound Conventional Spain Ginger-organic $2.26 per pound Organic, Peru $2.26 per pound Organic Peru Golden supreme-minimally treated $1.

17 per pound Minimally Treated, Waxed, Hepworth Farms, NY $1.17 per pound Minimally Treated, Waxed Hepworth Farms, NY Granny Smith- organic $1.95 per pound Organic, Waxed, Washington $1.95 per pound Organic, Waxed Washington Grapefruit-organic $1.37 per pound Organic, Waxed, USA $1.37 per pound Organic, Waxed USA Grapefruit. $0.88 per pound Conventional, Waxed, Florida $0.88 per pound Conventional, Waxed Florida Ground cherry organic $4.

40 each Organic, Colombia $4.40 each Organic Colombia Halos-mandarin 3# bags $5.52 each Conventional, Waxed, USA $5.52 each Conventional, Waxed USA Herbs- basil cup organic $2.33 each Organic, Mexico or USA-read box/label $2.33 each Organic Mexico or USA-read box/label Herbs- bay leaves organic $2.33 each Organic, USA $2.33 each Organic USA Herbs- chives cup organic $2.33 each Organic, USA $2.

33 each Organic USA Herbs- marjoram cup organic $2.33 each Organic, USA $2.33 each Organic USA Herbs- oregano cup organic $2.33 each Organic, Read label $2.33 each Organic Read label Herbs- rosemary cup organic $2.33 each Organic, USA $2.33 each Organic USA Herbs- sage cup organic $2.33 each Organic, Read label $2.33 each Organic Read label Herbs- tarragon cup organic $2.33 each Organic, USA $2.

33 each Organic USA Herbs- thyme cup organic $2.33 each Organic, Read label $2.33 each Organic Read label Herbs-chives $1.26 each Conventional, Read label $1.26 each Conventional Read label Herbs-oregano $1.26 each Conventional, Read label $1.26 each Conventional Read label Herbs-rosemary $1.29 each Conventional, USA $1.29 each Conventional USA Herbs-sage $1.26 each Conventional, Mexico or USA-read box/label $1.

26 each Conventional Mexico or USA-read box/label Herbs-thyme $1.29 each Conventional, Read label $1.29 each Conventional Read label Honeycrisp-minimally treated $2.45 per pound Minimally Treated, Hepworth Farms, NY $2.45 per pound Minimally Treated Hepworth Farms, NY Horseradish-fresh root local organic $6.22 per pound Organic, Fresh Meadow Farm, NY $6.22 per pound Organic Fresh Meadow Farm, NY Horseradish-jar local organic $6.

16 each Organic, Fresh Meadow Farm, NY $6.16 each Organic Fresh Meadow Farm, NY Jerusalem artichokes-organic $4.17 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $4.17 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Jicama. $0.97 per pound Conventional, Mexico $0.97 per pound Conventional Mexico Kale-green bunch organic $2.10 per bunch Organic, USA $2.10 per bunch Organic USA Kale-lacinato bunch organic $2.

20 per bunch Organic, USA $2.20 per bunch Organic USA Kale-red bunch organic $1.87 per bunch Organic, USA $1.87 per bunch Organic USA Kiwi-gold organic $3.64 per pound Organic, Italy $3.64 per pound Organic Italy Kiwi-label organic $0.57 each Organic, Italy $0.57 each Organic Italy Kiwi. $0.47 each Conventional, Italy $0.47 each Conventional Italy Kohlrabi-loose organic $1.99 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.

99 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Kumquats-centennial organic $2.55 per pound Organic, California $2.55 per pound Organic California Leeks-organic $2.97 per pound Organic, California $2.97 per pound Organic California Lemongrass. loose $4.67 per pound Conventional, Mexico $4.67 per pound Conventional Mexico Lemons-label organic $1.80 per pound Organic, Waxed, Mexico or USA-read box/label $1.

80 per pound Organic, Waxed Mexico or USA-read box/label Lemons-meyer label organic $2.34 per pound Organic, Waxed, California $2.34 per pound Organic, Waxed California Lemons-pink variegated organic $7.15 per pound Organic, Waxed, California $7.15 per pound Organic, Waxed California Lemons-yuzu organic $7.15 per pound Organic, Waxed, USA $7.15 per pound Organic, Waxed USA Lemons.

$1.52 per pound Conventional, Waxed, Mexico $1.52 per pound Conventional, Waxed Mexico Lettuce-baby butterhead cup pest/free $2.43 each Pesticide Free, Gotham Greens NY $2.43 each Pesticide Free Gotham Greens NY Lettuce-boston/butter organic $2.99 per pound Organic, California $2.99 per pound Organic California Lettuce-red leaf organic $2.25 per pound Organic, USA $2.25 per pound Organic USA Lettuce-romaine hearts organic $2.

38 each Organic, Canada $2.38 each Organic Canada Lettuce-romaine organic $1.86 per pound Organic, USA $1.86 per pound Organic USA Limes- label organic $1.73 per pound Organic, Waxed, Mexico $1.73 per pound Organic, Waxed Mexico Limes-finger lime cups organic $4.65 each Organic, California $4.65 each Organic California Limes-key organic $6.43 per pound Organic, Waxed, USA $6.43 per pound Organic, Waxed USA Limes.

$0.94 per pound Conventional, Waxed, Mexico $0.94 per pound Conventional, Waxed Mexico Mangos- organic $1.34 per pound Organic, Ecuador $1.34 per pound Organic Ecuador Mangos. $1.00 per pound Conventional, Ecuador $1.00 per pound Conventional Ecuador Micro greens cup pesticide free $4.95 each Organic, Blue Moon Acres, NJ/PA $4.95 each Organic Blue Moon Acres, NJ/PA Mint-organic twisties $2.

66 per bunch Organic, Mexico or USA-read box/label $2.66 per bunch Organic Mexico or USA-read box/label Mint. $1.62 per bunch Conventional, Florida $1.62 per bunch Conventional Florida Mushroom-black trumpet $35.29 per pound Conventional, Oregon $35.29 per pound Conventional Oregon Mushroom-bluefoot $30.45 per pound Conventional, France $30.45 per pound Conventional France Mushroom-bunashimeji brown beech organic $2.

48 each Organic, USA $2.48 each Organic USA Mushroom-chanterelles $18.35 per pound Conventional, Oregon $18.35 per pound Conventional Oregon Mushroom-enoki $1.29 each Conventional, Korea $1.29 each Conventional Korea Mushroom-hedgehog $20.77 per pound Conventional, Oregon $20.77 per pound Conventional Oregon Mushroom-king trumpet organic $14.16 per pound Organic, Lancaster County, PA $14.

16 per pound Organic Lancaster County, PA Mushroom-maitake cup organic $4.05 each Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $4.05 each Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Mushroom-nebrodini organic $13.75 per pound Organic, USA $13.75 per pound Organic USA Mushroom-oyster $5.47 per pound Conventional, Pennsylvania $5.47 per pound Conventional Pennsylvania Mushroom-yellowfoot $19.80 per pound Conventional, Europe $19.

80 per pound Conventional Europe Mushrooms-cremini organic $3.53 per pound Organic, Pennsylvania $3.53 per pound Organic Pennsylvania Mushrooms-portobello with stems organic $4.53 per pound Organic, Pennsylvania $4.53 per pound Organic Pennsylvania Mushrooms-shiitake organic $7.74 per pound Organic, Pennsylvania $7.74 per pound Organic Pennsylvania Mushrooms-white 8oz cups organic $1.

76 each Organic, Pennsylvania $1.76 each Organic Pennsylvania Mushrooms-white loose organic $2.88 per pound Organic, Pennsylvania $2.88 per pound Organic Pennsylvania Mustards- organic $1.97 per bunch Organic, Florida $1.97 per bunch Organic Florida Mutsu-minimally treated $1.17 per pound Minimally Treated, Waxed, Hepworth Farms, NY $1.17 per pound Minimally Treated, Waxed Hepworth Farms, NY Noodles-butternut spirals organic $5.

06 each Organic, Czajkowski Farm, Hadley MA $5.06 each Organic Czajkowski Farm, Hadley MA Noodles-sweet potato spirals organic $5.06 each Organic, Czajkowski Farm, Hadley MA $5.06 each Organic Czajkowski Farm, Hadley MA Noodles-zucchini spirals organic $5.06 each Organic, Czajkowski Farm, Hadley MA $5.06 each Organic Czajkowski Farm, Hadley MA Nopales-cactus leaves organic $8.01 per pound Organic, Florida $8.

01 per pound Organic Florida Okra. $2.28 per pound Conventional, Mexico $2.28 per pound Conventional Mexico Onion- sweet organic label $1.32 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.32 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Onion-sweet 41594166 blank label $0.86 per pound Conventional, USA $0.86 per pound Conventional USA Onions- 3 lb bags. $1.14 each Conventional, USA $1.

14 each Conventional USA Onions-loose yellow no label organic $0.96 per pound Organic, Hepworth Farms, NY $0.96 per pound Organic Hepworth Farms, NY Onions-pearl. bags $2.05 each Conventional, USA $2.05 each Conventional USA Onions-pickled jar local organic $5.25 each Organic, Fresh Meadow Farm, NY $5.25 each Organic Fresh Meadow Farm, NY Onions-red label organic $1.28 per pound Organic, Hepworth Farms, NY $1.

28 per pound Organic Hepworth Farms, NY Onions-red. $0.68 per pound Conventional, New York $0.68 per pound Conventional New York Onions-small loose yellow organic $1.24 per pound Organic, Grindstone Farm-Pulaski, NY $1.24 per pound Organic Grindstone Farm-Pulaski, NY Opal-organic $2.74 per pound Organic, Washington $2.74 per pound Organic Washington Oranges-blood PLU#4381/4390 $1.

70 per pound Conventional, Waxed, California $1.70 per pound Conventional, Waxed California Oranges-cara cara red 93110 organic $2.20 per pound Organic, Waxed, California $2.20 per pound Organic, Waxed California Oranges-mango organic $2.79 per pound Organic, California $2.79 per pound Organic California Oranges-navel California organic $1.59 per pound Organic, Waxed, California $1.

59 per pound Organic, Waxed California Oranges-navel. #3107 $1.12 per pound Conventional, Waxed, California $1.12 per pound Conventional, Waxed California Papaya-Mexican organic $1.40 per pound Organic, Mexico $1.40 per pound Organic Mexico Papaya.-red flesh $1.62 per pound Conventional, Mexico $1.62 per pound Conventional Mexico Parsley-plain organic twistie $1.46 per bunch Organic, USA $1.

46 per bunch Organic USA Parsley.-curly. $0.71 per bunch Conventional, USA $0.71 per bunch Conventional USA Parsley.-plain. $0.75 per bunch Conventional, USA $0.75 per bunch Conventional USA Parsnips-organic $1.64 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.64 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Passion fruit-organic $20.01 per pound Organic, USA $20.01 per pound Organic USA Pears-anjou organic $1.

85 per pound Organic, Washington $1.85 per pound Organic Washington Pears-Asian minimally treated $1.93 per pound Minimally Treated, Hepworth Farms, NY $1.93 per pound Minimally Treated Hepworth Farms, NY Pears-Asian subarashii kudamono IPM $2.72 per pound Integrated Pest Management, Pennsylvania $2.72 per pound Integrated Pest Management Pennsylvania Pears-bosc organic $1.85 per pound Organic, Washington $1.

85 per pound Organic Washington Pears-comice. $1.55 per pound Conventional, Waxed, California $1.55 per pound Conventional, Waxed California Pears-devoe minimally treated $1.93 per pound Minimally Treated, Hepworth Farms, NY $1.93 per pound Minimally Treated Hepworth Farms, NY Pears-red starkcrimson #3118 $1.44 per pound Conventional, Waxed, USA $1.44 per pound Conventional, Waxed USA Peas-snow.

$2.07 per pound Conventional, Peru $2.07 per pound Conventional Peru Peas-sugar snap. $2.92 per pound Conventional, Peru $2.92 per pound Conventional Peru Peppers-dried cup assorted organic $2.72 each Organic, Hepworth Farms, NY $2.72 each Organic Hepworth Farms, NY Peppers-green label organic $2.80 per pound Organic, USA $2.80 per pound Organic USA Peppers-green. $1.17 per pound Conventional, USA $1.

17 per pound Conventional USA Peppers-jalapeno. $1.22 per pound Conventional, Waxed, USA $1.22 per pound Conventional, Waxed USA Peppers-mini sweet bags/cups organic $5.15 each Organic, Mexico $5.15 each Organic Mexico Peppers-orange label organic $4.82 per pound Organic, Israel $4.82 per pound Organic Israel Peppers-orange. $3.09 per pound Conventional, Mexico $3.09 per pound Conventional Mexico Peppers-poblano.

$0.97 per pound Conventional, Mexico $0.97 per pound Conventional Mexico Peppers-red label organic $4.82 per pound Organic, Israel $4.82 per pound Organic Israel Peppers-red. $2.04 per pound Conventional, Waxed, USA $2.04 per pound Conventional, Waxed USA Peppers-yellow label organic $4.82 per pound Organic, Israel $4.82 per pound Organic Israel Peppers-yellow. $3.09 per pound Conventional, Mexico $3.

09 per pound Conventional Mexico Persimmons.-fuyu $4.09 per pound Conventional, California $4.09 per pound Conventional California Pesto classic $4.24 each Conventional, USA $4.24 each Conventional USA Pesto spicy $4.24 each Conventional, USA $4.24 each Conventional USA Pesto vegan $4.24 each Conventional, USA $4.24 each Conventional USA Pineapple-gold Dole organic $3.82 each Organic, Costa Rica or Mexico $3.

82 each Organic Costa Rica or Mexico Pineapple.-gold type Del Monte $2.78 each Conventional, Waxed, Costa Rica or Honduras $2.78 each Conventional, Waxed Costa Rica or Honduras Pink lady-minimally treated $1.17 per pound Minimally Treated, Waxed, Hepworth Farms, NY $1.17 per pound Minimally Treated, Waxed Hepworth Farms, NY Platanos-any (plantains) $0.83 per pound Conventional, COSTA RICA, ECUADOR OR MEXICO $0.

83 per pound Conventional COSTA RICA, ECUADOR OR MEXICO Platanos-green (plantains) $0.83 per pound Conventional, Colombia $0.83 per pound Conventional Colombia Platanos-yellow (plantains) $0.83 per pound Conventional, Guatemala $0.83 per pound Conventional Guatemala Pomegranates. $1.54 each Conventional, Waxed, California $1.54 each Conventional, Waxed California Potatoes- 5lb bag russet organic $3.

28 each Organic, Colorado $3.28 each Organic Colorado Potatoes- 5lb bag white organic $2.64 each Organic, Hepworth Farms, NY $2.64 each Organic Hepworth Farms, NY Potatoes-blue/purple organic $1.84 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.84 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Potatoes-creamer organic $3.74 each Organic, California $3.74 each Organic California Potatoes-fingerling loose organic $2.

18 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $2.18 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Potatoes-gold organic $1.24 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.24 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Potatoes-red organic $1.24 per pound Organic, New York $1.24 per pound Organic New York Potatoes-russet loose organic $0.90 per pound Organic, USA $0.

90 per pound Organic USA Pummelo-organic plu#93129 $1.50 per pound Organic, California $1.50 per pound Organic California Pumpkins-cheese type organic $1.28 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.28 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Radicchio- red organic $7.53 per pound Organic, USA $7.53 per pound Organic USA Radish- bunch organic $2.17 per bunch Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $2.

17 per bunch Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Radish-black organic $2.11 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $2.11 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Radish-green meat organic $2.72 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $2.72 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Radish-loose organic $4.35 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $4.

35 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Radish-watermelon loose organic $3.39 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $3.39 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Raspberries- red organic $4.95 each Organic, Mexico or USA-read box/label $4.95 each Organic Mexico or USA-read box/label Rutabagas-organic $1.89 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.

89 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Salad mix-16oz organic $6.40 each Organic, USA $6.40 each Organic USA Salad mix-5oz organic $3.45 each Organic, USA $3.45 each Organic USA Salad mix-loose organic $5.08 per pound Organic, USA $5.08 per pound Organic USA Salad-butterhead cup pesticide free $3.59 each Pesticide Free, Gotham Greens NY $3.59 each Pesticide Free Gotham Greens NY Salad-kale 5oz organic $3.

19 each Organic, USA $3.19 each Organic USA Salad-kale 9oz organic $5.16 each Organic, USA $5.16 each Organic USA Salad-ugly greens pesticide free $2.53 each Pesticide Free, Gotham Greens NY $2.53 each Pesticide Free Gotham Greens NY Scallions- organic $1.05 per bunch Organic, California $1.05 per bunch Organic California Shallots-loose label organic $5.84 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $5.

84 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Shallots. $1.14 per pound Conventional, France $1.14 per pound Conventional France Snow sweet-minimally treated $1.17 per pound Minimally Treated, Waxed, Hepworth Farms, NY $1.17 per pound Minimally Treated, Waxed Hepworth Farms, NY Spinach-baby 16oz organic $5.87 each Organic, USA $5.87 each Organic USA Spinach-baby 5oz organic $3.

45 each Organic, USA $3.45 each Organic USA Spinach-baby loose leaves organic $5.17 per pound Organic, USA $5.17 per pound Organic USA Spinach-bunch organic $1.87 per bunch Organic, California $1.87 per bunch Organic California Sprouts-alfalfa organic $1.40 each Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.40 each Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Sprouts-bean (mung) organic $1.81 each Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.

81 each Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Sprouts-broccoli organic $2.67 each Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $2.67 each Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Sprouts-crunchy/mix bean organic $2.08 each Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $2.08 each Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Sprouts-snow pea 4oz organic $3.75 each Organic, New York $3.75 each Organic New York Sprouts-spicy organic $1.

68 each Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.68 each Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Sprouts-sunflower 16oz organic $11.76 each Organic, New York $11.76 each Organic New York Sprouts-sunflower 4oz organic $3.75 each Organic, New York $3.75 each Organic New York Sprouts-sweet pea shoots organic $3.42 each Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $3.42 each Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Squash-acorn organic $1.

28 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.28 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Squash-butternut diced organic $3.75 each Organic, Massachusetts $3.75 each Organic Massachusetts Squash-butternut organic $1.28 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.28 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Squash-carnival organic $1.28 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.

28 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Squash-delicata organic $1.28 per pound Organic, Czajkowski Farm, Hadley MA $1.28 per pound Organic Czajkowski Farm, Hadley MA Squash-gold nugget/hubbard organic $1.28 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.28 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Squash-spaghetti organic $1.28 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.

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17 per pound Minimally Treated, Waxed Hepworth Farms, NY Sugar cane-organic $4.31 per pound Organic, Florida $4.31 per pound Organic Florida Sweet potato-garnet organic $1.61 per pound Organic, California $1.61 per pound Organic California Sweet potato-japanese organic $1.61 per pound Organic, California $1.61 per pound Organic California Sweet potato-jewel organic $1.61 per pound Organic, California $1.

61 per pound Organic California Sweet potato-local various organic $1.61 per pound Organic, Lancaster County, PA $1.61 per pound Organic Lancaster County, PA Sweet potato-purple organic $1.61 per pound Organic, California $1.61 per pound Organic California Tangelos-nova organic $3.09 per pound Organic, California $3.09 per pound Organic California Tangerine-algerian organic $3.36 per pound Organic, California $3.

36 per pound Organic California Tangerine-daisy organic $1.80 per pound Organic, USA $1.80 per pound Organic USA Tangerine-satsuma 2lb bag organic $5.96 each Organic, Waxed, California $5.96 each Organic, Waxed California Tangerine-satsuma label organic $2.24 per pound Organic, California $2.24 per pound Organic California Tangerine-satsuma w/leaves $2.12 per pound Conventional, Waxed, USA $2.

12 per pound Conventional, Waxed USA Tatsoi organic $3.77 per pound Organic, Florida $3.77 per pound Organic Florida Tomatillos. $0.75 per pound Conventional, Mexico $0.75 per pound Conventional Mexico Tomato cherry Flora heirloom IPM $3.64 each Integrated Pest Management, Flora Tomatoes Mattituck NY $3.64 each Integrated Pest Management Flora Tomatoes Mattituck NY Tomato cherry lady moon organic $4.

20 each Organic, USA $4.20 each Organic USA Tomato cherry little guys organic $5.22 each Organic, Long Wind Farm East Thetford VT $5.22 each Organic Long Wind Farm East Thetford VT Tomato cherry on vine organic $3.84 each Organic, Mexico $3.84 each Organic Mexico Tomato cherry rainbow lady moon organic $4.20 each Organic, Florida $4.20 each Organic Florida Tomato grape. $3.04 each Conventional, Mexico $3.

04 each Conventional Mexico Tomatoes-campari $3.95 each Conventional, Texas $3.95 each Conventional Texas Tomatoes-heirloom flora IPM $3.99 per pound Integrated Pest Management, Flora Tomatoes Mattituck NY $3.99 per pound Integrated Pest Management Flora Tomatoes Mattituck NY Tomatoes-heirloom organic $7.39 per pound Organic, Five College Farms Hadley MA $7.39 per pound Organic Five College Farms Hadley MA Tomatoes-on vine organic $4.

08 per pound Organic, Mexico or USA-read box/label $4.08 per pound Organic Mexico or USA-read box/label Tomatoes-plum (roma) organic $2.06 per pound Organic, Mexico $2.06 per pound Organic Mexico Turmeric- organic $12.55 per pound Organic, Hawaii $12.55 per pound Organic Hawaii Turnips-various loose organic $1.60 per pound Organic, Locally grown within 500 miles $1.60 per pound Organic Locally grown within 500 miles Walnuts in shell organic $5.

97 per pound Organic, USA $5.97 per pound Organic USA Watercress-loose organic $10.53 per pound Organic, Lancaster County, PA $10.53 per pound Organic Lancaster County, PA Watercress-upland type $1.77 each Conventional, USA $1.77 each Conventional USA Wheatgrass-1 lb bags organic $13.27 each Organic, New York $13.27 each Organic New York Wheatgrass-pots organic $2.90 each Organic, New York $2.

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PERFECT COMPETITION, LONG-RUN EQUILIBRIUM CONDITIONS: The long-run equilibrium of a perfectly competitive industry generates six specific equilibrium conditions, including: (1) economic efficiency (P = MC), (2) profit maximization (MR = MC), (3) perfect competition (MR = AR = P), (4) breakeven output (P = AR = ATC), (5) minimum production cost (MC = ATC), and (6) minimum efficient scale (MC = ATC = LRAC = LRMC).

In the long-run equilibrium of a perfectly competitive industry, the market price, the number of firms in the industry, and each firm's scale of production adjust such that each firm produces at the lowest point on its long-run average cost curve--which is its minimum efficient scale. At this production scale the following multivariable equilibrium condition is achieved: P = AR = MR = MC = LRMC = ATC = LRAC This overall equilibrium condition can be divided into the six specific conditions: (1) economic efficiency (P = MC), (2) profit maximization (MR = MC), (3) perfect competition (MR = AR = P), (4) breakeven output (P = AR = ATC), (5) minimum production cost (MC = ATC), and (6) minimum efficient scale (MC = ATC = LRAC = LRMC).

For a closer look at these six conditions, consider the hypothetical perfectly competitive Shady Valley zucchini growing industry. While zucchini growing in the real world does not match all of the conditions of perfect competition, it comes close enough to serve as a illustration for this analysis. The hypothetical Shady Valley zucchini growing industry contains a large number of relatively small firms (gadzillions of zucchini growers, each producing a handful of zucchinis each day), identical products (one zucchini is the same as every other zucchini), freedom of entry and exit (anyone can grow zucchinis with no up front cost or legal restriction), and perfect knowledge of prices and technology (ever grower knows how to grow zucchinis and they know all relevant prices).

Not absolutely perfect, but close. Economic Efficiency The condition that price equals marginal cost (P = MC) is the standard condition for economic efficiency. This condition means that resources are being used to produce goods that generate the greatest possible level of satisfaction. If the price that a hypothetical zucchini grower named Phil (as well as ever other perfectly competitive zucchini grower) receives for his zucchinis is equal to the marginal cost of producing zucchinis, then it is not possible to produce more zucchinis or fewer zucchinis and improve society's overall satisfaction.

Suppose, for example, that in long-run equilibrium the zucchini price and the marginal cost of zucchini production are $4 per pound. From the buyers viewpoint, this $4 price means that they receive $4 worth of satisfaction from consuming a pound of zucchinis. If buyers do not enjoy $4 worth of satisfaction, then they are not willing to pay $4. As such, the good produced by the perfectly competitive zucchini growers (that would be zucchinis) generates $4 of satisfaction.

From the sellers viewpoint, marginal cost is the opportunity cost of producing zucchinis. This is the value of other goods NOT produced when resources are used to produce zucchinis. If the marginal cost of producing a pound of zucchinis is $4, then the resources that Phil uses to produce zucchinis could have been used to produce another good, such as kumquats or cucumbers. And the value of the other good NOT produced is $4.

In other words, kumquat buyers are willing to pay $4 for the kumquats that could have been produced with the resources that are used to produce the zucchini. Efficient exists because both values, the value of the good produced and the value of the good NOT produced, are the same. It is not possible to increase total satisfaction by producing more of one good and less of another. Suppose, for example, that the zucchini price ($4) is greater than the marginal cost of zucchini production (only $3).

In this case, the value of the good produced, zucchinis, is greater than the value of the good not produced, kumquats. Using resources to produce zucchinis rather than kumquats means that zucchini consumers obtain more satisfaction than kumquat consumers give up. This is a net gain of satisfaction for society. And because society is able to increase satisfaction by producing more zucchinis and fewer kumquats, then society must not be efficiently allocating resources.

Alternatively, suppose the zucchini price ($4) is less than the marginal cost of zucchini production (say $5). In this case, the value of the good produced, zucchinis, is less than the value of the good not produced, kumquats. Using resources to produce kumquats rather than zucchinis means that kumquat consumers obtain more satisfaction than zucchini consumers give up. This also is a net gain of satisfaction for society.

And because society is able to increase satisfaction by producing more kumquats and fewer zucchinis, then society must not be efficiently allocating resources. Only by satisfying the condition (P = MC) is economic efficiency achieved. This condition is satisfied by a perfectly competitive industry in the long run. Profit Maximization The condition that marginal revenue equals marginal cost (MR = MC) is the standard condition for profit-maximization by a firm.

This condition means that, given existing price and cost conditions, a firm is producing the quantity of output that generates the highest possible level of economic profit. Phil, the hypothetical zucchini grower, maximizes his economic profit by producing the quantity of zucchinis that equates the marginal revenue received for selling zucchinis ($4) with the marginal cost of producing zucchinis (also $4).

It is not possible for Phil to generate any greater economic profit by producing more or fewer zucchinis. Marginal revenue is the extra revenue that Phil receives for producing zucchinis. Marginal cost is the extra cost Phil incurs when producing zucchinis. When the production of a pound of zucchinis results in a change of revenue that is exactly the same as the change in cost, economic profit does not change, profit its at its maximum.

To see why, consider how profit is affected if marginal revenue and marginal cost are NOT equal. Suppose, for example, that marginal revenue (at $4) is greater than marginal cost (only $3). When Phil receives $4 for producing an extra pound of zucchinis that incurs a cost of only $3, then his economic profit rises by $1. Any time Phil can sell zucchinis for more than the cost, profit goes up. But if profit can be increased by producing and selling more zucchinis, it must not be maximized.

Alternatively, suppose that marginal revenue (at $4) is less than marginal cost ($5). When Phil receives $4 for producing an extra pound of zucchinis that incurs a cost of $5, then his economic profit falls by $1. Any time Phil sells zucchinis for less than the cost, profit goes down. But if profit goes down by producing MORE in goes up by producing LESS. And if profit can be changed by changing by production, it must not be maximized.

Only by satisfying the condition (MR = MC) is profit maximized. This condition is satisfied by a perfectly competitive firm in the long run. Perfect Competition P = AR = MR The condition that price equals both average revenue and marginal revenue (P = AR = MR) is the standard condition for a perfectly competitive firm. This condition means that a firm is a price taker with no market control and faces a perfectly elastic demand curve equal to the market price.

The key to this condition is that a perfectly competitive firm has NO market control. The price the firm receives for its output is determined in the market by the combined forces of demand and supply. The firm can then sell any or all of its production at this going market price. Phil, for example, can sell all of his zucchini production for $4 per pound of zucchinis. There is no way he can receive more and no reason to accept less.

If Phil sells one pound of zucchinis, then he receives $4. If he sells 20 pounds, he receives $4 for per pound. The going market price is also Phil's average revenue. In fact, average revenue and price are really just two terms for the same thing. Average revenue is the revenue Phil receives per pound of zucchinis. Price is the revenue Phil receives per pound of zucchinis. So price is almost always equal to average revenue, whether or not a firm is perfectly competitive.

Perfect competition, however, is indicated because price and average revenue are also equal to marginal revenue. Because Phil is a perfectly competitive zucchini grower who can sell all of his output at the going $4 market price, each EXTRA pound of zucchinis he sells generates the same EXTRA revenue as ever other pound. The first pound of zucchinis Phil sells adds $4 to his total revenue. The second pound of zucchinis Phil sells adds $4 to his total revenue.

The tenth pound of zucchinis Phil sells adds $4 to his total revenue. The twentieth pound of zucchinis Phil sells adds $4 to his total revenue. Because the price is constant, marginal revenue is constant and equal to the price. A perfectly competitive firm is the ONLY type of firm that satisfies the condition (P = AR = MR). Of course, this condition holds for a perfectly competitive firm in long-run equilibrium.

Breakeven Output P = ATC = LRAC The condition that price equals both short-run average total cost and long-run average cost (P = ATC = LRAC) indicates that a firm is producing breakeven output, earning exactly a normal profit. The perfectly competitive firm is not receiving an economic profit nor incurring an economic loss. This condition further means that firms have no incentive to enter or exit the industry.

If no firms IN the perfectly competitive industry receive above-normal economic profit, then there is no incentive for other firms to enter the industry. If no firms in the perfectly competitive industry incur economic loss or receive below-normal profit, then there is no incentive for any firms to exit the industry. Consider the $4 price that Phil receives for his zucchinis. Because this price is equal to the short-run average total cost and the long-run average cost of producing zucchinis, Phil earns exactly a normal profit.

Note that normal profit is included as a cost of production. Because Phil is earning a normal profit, he has no incentive to switch from zucchini production to an alternative industry, such as kumquat production. The normal profit is the profit that Phil could earn in another activity, such as kumquat production. Because this is equal to the profit he earns in zucchini production, there is no reason to change.

There is no reasons to leave the zucchini industry in search of greener vegetables on the other side of the fence. Dan the kumquat producer reaches the same conclusion. His kumquat profit is the same as Phil's zucchini profit. He has no incentive to leave the kumquat industry and enter the zucchini industry. What happens, however, if the price is not equal to average cost? Suppose, for example, that the zucchini price ($4) is greater than the average total cost of producing zucchinis (say $3).

In this case, Phil receives $1 of economic profit for each pound of zucchinis sold. Because this exceeds the zero economic profit earned by Dan the kumquat grower, Dan is induced to leave kumquat production and take up zucchini production. Alternatively, if the zucchini price ($4) is less than the average total cost of producing zucchinis (say $5), then Phil incurs an economic loss of $1 for each pound of zucchinis sold.

Because he would much prefer NOT to incur an economic loss, he is attracted to the zero economic profit (that is, normal profit) earned by Dan the kumquat grower. Phil is induced to leave zucchini production and take up kumquat production. Only when the condition (P = ATC = LRAC) is satisfied do firms earn exactly a normal profit, receiving neither an economic profit nor incurring an economic loss.

And only when this condition is satisfied are there no incentives for firms to enter or exit an industry. This condition is satisfied by a perfectly competitive industry in the long run. Minimum Production Cost The condition that marginal cost equals short-run average total cost (MC = ATC) means that a firm is operating at the minimum point of its short-run average total cost curve. This condition means a firm is producing output at the lowest possible per unit cost and that the capital (or factory) is being used in the most technically efficient manner possible.

When the average cost and marginal cost of Phil's zucchini production are both equal at, say $4, then Phil is producing at the minimum point on his short-run average total cost curve. Phil cannot produce zucchinis at a lower per unit cost, given his existing capital (the current size of his backyard plot and his array of tools and equipment). Should Phil try to produce one more pound of zucchinis, then his short-run average total cost increases to perhaps $4.

01. Should Phil try to produce one fewer pound of zucchinis, then his short-run average total cost also increases to perhaps $4.01. Long-run equilibrium for a perfectly competitive industry achieves the condition (MC = ATC) and ensures that firms produce output at the lowest per unit cost possible. Minimum Efficient Scale MC = LRMC = ATC = LRAC The condition that marginal cost equals short-run average total cost which equals long-run average cost and long-run marginal cost (MC = LRMC = ATC = LRAC) means that a firm is operating at the minimum point of its long-run average cost curve, which is the minimum efficient scale of production.

This condition means that a firm has constructed the most technically efficient factory and is using this factory in the most technically efficient manner possible. The end result is that the firm is producing output at the lowest possible long-run per unit cost. When the average cost and marginal cost of Phil's zucchini production are simultaneously equal in both the long-run and short-run, then Phil is producing at the minimum point on his long-run average cost curve.

Phil cannot produce zucchinis at any lower per unit cost in the long run. Should Phil try to produce one more pound of zucchinis, then his short-run average total cost increases. Should Phil try to produce one fewer pound of zucchinis, then his short-run average total cost also increases. Moreover, should Phil use a slightly smaller plot of land and less equipment, or a slightly larger plot of land and more equipment, then per unit cost is also higher.

Long-run equilibrium for a perfectly competitive industry achieves the condition (MC = LRMC = ATC = LRAC) and ensures that firms produce output at the lowest per unit cost possible. Recommended Citation: PERFECT COMPETITION, LONG-RUN EQUILIBRIUM CONDITIONS, AmosWEB Encyclonomic WEB*pedia, http://www.AmosWEB.com, AmosWEB LLC, 2000-2017. [Accessed: December 28, 2017]. Check Out These Related Terms.

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