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Halloween should be a scream. But the amount of sugar in your stash doesn’t need to be frightening.
Originally from Silicon Valley, grower Bob Steinacher is building a fig-filled farming legacy in Northern California.
“The soil, air, water, sunshine and microbiology,” grower Jim Durst says. “Farmers bring all of that together to create an art form that carries nutrition and sustenance.”
New flavors and shapes make these grapes out of this world delicious.
“It reminds me of sucking on a watermelon candy, it’s that sweet,” says grower Dave Vierra.
Sometimes, beauty is skin deep – pear skin contains most of the fruit’s fiber, which helps you feel satisfied.
Fill your plate with colorful fruits and vegetables. Your body will thank you.
Learn to use the flag leaf to find the best corn this summer.