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- TROPICAL PRODUCE. Weaver, Susan // Organic Gardening (08973792);Jul88, Vol. 35 Issue 7, p25
Discusses buying trends which show that many Americans seem to enjoy trying the exotic produce, especially when in-store videos demonstrate how to cook, serve and store these items. Prices for the tropical produce from Florida; Decline in prices of some succulent fruits and vegetables as more...
- Did you know? // Greenhouse Management;Aug2013 Produce Grower, p32
The article reports on the fruit content of U.S. and European products referencing fruit on their packaging in 2013.
- Campaign to boost fruit and veg intake. Abel, Charles // Farmers Weekly;2/7/2003, Vol. 138 Issue 6, p62
Reports on the effect of a British government-backed campaign for people to eat five portions of fruit or vegetables a day on the demand for produce in Great Britain. Aim of the campaign; Reason for the lack of interest of the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs in horticulture.
- Nostalgic produce. // Food Management;Feb2000, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p58
Lists fruits and vegetables not available in grocery store produce departments at the beginning of the 20th century. Includes alfalfa sprout; Avocados; Starfruit; Yams.
- Weather cuts into non-citrus crop yields. Thienpont, Chuck // FoodService Director;10/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p102
Reports on the impact of weather problems on fruit harvests in the United States in 1998. Anticipated drop in non-citrus fruit harvests in California; Projected national apple production; Decrease in peach crop forecasts; Increase in fresh fruit and vegetable wholesale price index; Sweet cherry...
- Ag-tourism: It's been here all along -- but now it's organized. McDaniels, Nevonne // Wenatchee Business Journal;Aug2002, Vol. 16 Issue 8, pA6
Focuses on the business performance of the fruit stand of businesswoman Helan Hauff. Availability of jams and jellies; Purchase of different fruit varieties; Benefits of farmer on the agricultural products. INSETS: How to succeed at ag-tourism;About the Association.
- Fresh market UPDATE. // Woman's Day (Australia Edition);12/28/2015, p52
The article presents a guide to buying and preparing fresh produce including freezing seedless green grapes for a snack, making a side dish with spring onions, and making cubed watermelon, grape and strawberry skewers.
- 10 great sites for... Foodies. Symes, Bryony // Practical Caravan;Nov2014, p48
The article offers information on the best places in England that offer great food from local produce such as Hayles Fruit Farm, Peach Croft Farm, and Garnetts Garden Centre.
- Season's Eatings. Cheney, Susan Jane // Vegetarian Times;Jun99, Issue 262, p78
Offers a guide on the available local fruits and vegetables. Guide for choosing seasonal produce.