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Apples to Apples

Fall delivers not only crisp autumn air and beautiful foliage, but our favorite crisp, autumn treat—apples! Supply is abundant with many varieties available. While pumpkins get much of the attention in fall, we think apples are the real shining star. We’re at the peak of the season and you’ll see no fewer than 30 varieties […] Read Post »


Return of the Navel

It’s citrus season, which means many of our favorite fruits are back! Domestic Washington variety navels make their first appearance in mid to late October and are available in good supply through winter. The navel is a large seedless orange that is sweet and easy to peel. The juicy segments generally separate effortlessly which make […] Read Post »


All Hail the Persimmon

With the arrival of fall, comes the arrival of many new fruits including a less common favorite: persimmon. In Latin, persimmon means “food for the gods.”  Persimmons originated in Japan and made its way to the U.S. in 1856 where it’s been gaining popularity ever since. In general, there are two types of persimmon fruit: […] Read Post »