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Our Take on the Rise of Imported Produce to the U.S.

Our Take on the Rise of Imported Produce to the U.S.

The New York Times recently published a fascinating piece about the exponential increase in imported fresh fruits and vegetables to the U.S. In the last 30 years, imported fresh fruit rose from 23% to 53%. If you think that's a lot, consider that veggie imports have...

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6 Mouthwatering Taste and Flavor Terms

6 Mouthwatering Taste and Flavor Terms

Let’s talk taste! Tasting is a complex process involving all your senses. Sure, taste happens in the mouth, but that’s only a small part of the story. Tasty foods always come with their own texture, appearance, aroma, and flavor culminating in a holistic experience...

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6 Secrets to Healthier Salad Dressing

6 Secrets to Healthier Salad Dressing

Some people put ranch dressing on everything in sight, others favor a classic Italian, or something sweeter, like the ever-popular raspberry vinaigrette. But what all of these salad dressings have in common is that they’re often high in calories and fat. And we mean...

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How Plenty Grows the Happiest Plants in the World

How Plenty Grows the Happiest Plants in the World

There’s a reason farmers have long relied on guides like the Old Farmer’s Almanac and today use the most sophisticated weather and climate monitoring available. That reason is unpredictability. Think about all the conditions necessary for a seed to germinate and...

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Recipe of the Week: ​Herb and Lemon Salmon

Recipe of the Week: ​Herb and Lemon Salmon

Salmon with bright citrus and fresh herbs is one of our favorite weeknight dinners. We like to serve it with tender greens or fluffy quinoa for a healthy meal packed with omega-3s and vitamins. This simple, flavor filled fish dish makes 3-4 servings, so gather a few...

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