Jeepers, they sell those giant onion things here every year. I forget what they are called. The sign always says they were grown locally (western PA) by Amish farmers.
The only really good produce we've been able to get is Gettysburg and Chambersburg peaches and nectarines. DD and I can't have them due to our salicylate sensitivity. But DH gets them. He waits all year until they are in. I am getting pretty decent Athena melons, but they aren't local, but from Georgia or Florida right now. There are so few fruits I can have, and am thankful for the Athena melons.
WM was about the same this week. For canned veggies, they did away with carrying Libby's brand. Also, with several more varieties of DelMonte No Salt veggies. Just from last week or so. We buy No Salt when we buy canned veggies. DelMonte No Salt corn was $1.14. Much of the space is now their Great Value brand veggies. But even they are not filled in far behind the 1st row or 2. For people buying the processed junk foods (we don't, but cut down that aisle), they keep cookies and crackers and stuff in that aisle stocked, and well stocked. We don't typically buy produce there because it is always so beat up and I'd rather get local.
I don't remember where I read it, but did anyone else see something about millions of olive trees (Greece? Italy? I forget where) died due to a blight or something. I haven't looked at olive oil prices in the stores in awhile.
I'm feeling optimistic this morning, but everything I wrote above sounds so down.