Is Watermelon Healthy?

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Does anything taste more summery than cool, crisp, sweet watermelon? What would a 4th of July picnic be without it? Light and refreshing, watermelon is a perfect antidote to hot, sultry summer days. But is watermelon good for you? Health Benefits of Watermelon Made up mostly of water (over 90%)... more

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Do Nectarines Have Vitamin C?

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Quick – what’s the first fruit that comes to mind when we say, “Vitamin C?” Did you say oranges? That’s hardly surprising – after all, the word “citrus” starts with C, and all citrus fruits are excellent sources of vitamin C. But they’re not the only ones…nectarines (like fresh Nectarines... more

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Are Mangoes Good for Pregnancy?

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It never fails – a woman shares news of her pregnancy, and some well-meaning friends, relatives, co-workers and sometimes complete strangers take it as their cue to share horror stories of awful morning sickness and hundreds of hours spent in hard labor! Yes, myths and misconceptions often seem to go... more

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How to Grill a Peach

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There’s nothing that says “summer” more than biting into a fresh peach, like Sweet Peaches and Georgia Peaches from Pittman & Davis. Fresh Georgia peaches are meant to be savored on the back porch as a refreshing, juicy afternoon snack – or baked into a delicious cobbler or crisp and... more

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Do Pineapples Have Seeds?

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Pineapple! It’s one of the most succulent fruits available – and also one of the most confusing! Do they grow on trees like other fruits? Do they have seeds? Do they come from Hawaii? And how the heck do you cut one up with all those prickly parts?? For those... more

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Can Mangoes Be Stored in the Fridge?

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It’s mango season! Tropical Mangoes are one of the world’s most popular fruits, but it took a long time for them to catch on in the U.S. The first attempts to introduce mangos to the United States took place in Florida in the mid-1800s. The state’s variable weather has hindered... more

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When Are Bing Cherries in Season?

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Juicy, firm and dark red in color, it’s perhaps fitting that Bing cherries are heart-shaped, because they’re loved by so many cherry-lovers for their sweet, succulent taste. Here are some facts about this uniquely North American stone fruit: What are Bing cherries? The Bing cherry is the most produced variety... more

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What is the Difference Between Sweet Onions & 1015 Onions?

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What’s the difference between a sweet onion and a Texas 1015 onion, you ask? Well, Texas 1015 onions are a type of sweet onion, so basically, while all Texas 1015 onions are sweet onions, not all sweet onions are Texas 1015 onions. What are Texas 1015 Onions? A better question... more

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Is Pineapple High in Sugar?

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Pineapple season is upon us, and we couldn’t be happier! A symbol of hospitality, welcome and prosperity the world over, this sweet-and-juicy tropical summer fruit is as good for you as it is delicious. If you’ve only ever eaten the canned variety, you’re missing out – the amazing flavor fresh... more

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Why Are Georgia Peaches so Good?

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It’s almost time to order Georgia peaches from Pittman & Davis again, and you won’t want to miss it. There’s a reason why referring to someone a “Georgia peach” is considered a compliment – it’s because fresh Georgia peaches have such amazing flavor! Peaches are not only the official fruit of... more

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