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Think Color and Variety for American Heart Month

It’s American Heart Month. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in America. How do fruits and veggies play a role with heart disease? The American Heart Association encourages you to be Healthy For Good™ with their few simple steps: Eat Smart: Make healthy, delicious choices wherever and whenever you eat. Add Color: Make…

From Food Waste to Candy

It’s citrus season, and blood oranges, Meyer’s lemons, tangerines, mandarins, and Cara Cara navels are all abound—they are gorgeous and fragrant—with their citrus scent filling the room as you start peeling. Their rind, their gorgeous, fragrant rind, what do you do with them? Food waste is on everyone’s radar and we want to use them.

Local Farm Spotlight with Frog Song Organics

Local Farm Spotlight: Frog Song Organics Frog Song Organics is a 60-acre farm in Hawthorne, FL growing items such as radishes, leafy greens, okra, roselle, and sweet potatoes.       Co-founders John Bitter and Amy Van Scoik started Frog Song Organics in the fall of 2011. Their mission was to produce nutritious food for…

A Delicious Way to get More Vitamin C

When you think of Vitamin C, usually oranges come to mind. But actually, red cabbage is naturally rich in Vitamin C—and just one cup of shredded red cabbage contains 50% of your RDA! It is also packed with 30% of your RDA of Vitamin K, protein, fiber, and not to mention countless phytochemicals, antioxidants, and…

Alert — Keep your Eyes on Lemons and Oranges

Lemons and oranges are on an alert. The weather outlook is forecasting widespread wet weather for most of next week. This rain event will cause interruptions in harvesting and in packing on all varieties in the Central Valley of California, affecting oranges and Mandarins more so than lemons—most lemons are still coming from the desert….