Tag Archives: winter

Save the Best for Last

Pixie tangerines are a great way to wind down the tangerine season. As the season comes to an end and starts to transition in to an explosion of berries, Pixies come in and steal the show. It’s hard not to love the sweet, seedless Pixie. Not only are they easy to peel but their juicy […] Read Post »


Specialty Citrus

“A Kumquat for John Keats” Sweet pulp and sour skin- or was it sweet outside and sour within? For however many kumquats that I eat I’m not sure if it’s flesh or rind that’s sweet. – Tony Harrison When most people think of kumquats they think of the mouth puckering tartness of the Nagami kumquat. […] Read Post »


Cauliflower 101

“A cauliflower is nothing but a cabbage with a college education.” – Mark Twain Cauliflower is a member of the cruciferous vegetable family, along with broccoli, cabbage, kale, brussels sprouts. The head is made up of tightly packed clusters of florets, known as the “curd”.  It is believed to have originated in Asia Minor and ancestry […] Read Post »


Gearing up for the Holidays

With the major holidays behind us there are still plenty of opportunities to tie in your product mix with festive holidays, championships and more. Tangerines, pomelos and oranges are considered good fortune fruit for the Lunar New Year (Jan 28). These fruits are thought to bring continuous prosperity–the more you eat, the more wealth it […] Read Post »


The Value of Value-Added Produce

Looking ahead for 2017, reports show the demand for fresh produce remains high as consumers continue to seek health-conscious options. With value-added fresh produce and convenience driving consumer buying trends for the new year, this is a good time to offer fresh-cut items in your market or even as a restaurant to-go item. Consumers want […] Read Post »