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When are watermelons in season?

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Watermelon is native to Africa and is related to squash, cucumbers, cantaloupe, and pumpkins.   Today, watermelons are grown in almost a hundred countries and come in more than a thousand varieties. Among the most popular varieties are: Seeded – averaging 15 to 45 pounds with medium to large brown or... more

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Do Mangoes Have Vitamin C?

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Mango is one of the most popular fruit in the world for its blend of sweet and a tart tropical flavors. The succulent, aromatic mango is an evergreen tree called Mangifera Indica and was originally cultivated in India 5000 years ago. Did you know that in India, when someone sends... more

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Is a Pineapple a Berry?

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Ever wondered what this weird looking fruit really is? Is it a pine or is it an apple? It’s neither, nor is it both. Get ready to have your mind blown and your childish innocence shattered. The pineapple is a berry. Yes, you read that right, a berry. The pineapple... more

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When Are Pineapples in Season?

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Pineapples are available throughout the year, although the sweet ripe pineapple is at its peak from March to July. This fruit is a tropical plant originally cultivated in South America for many years, and now grown in Florida and South Carolina. Did you know that pineapples have two varieties? These... more

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When Are Georgia Peaches Ripe?

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Georgia is known for many things including Stone Mountain, the Southern Hunting Plantation, and historic Savannah. But the most popular event, and most-looked-forward to among the many iconic things to do and see in the south, is Peach Season. Georgia Peaches Summer marks the start of Georgia Peach season. Georgia... more

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Is Pink Grapefruit the same as Red Grapefruit?

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The Grapefruit is a hybrid or cross between a sweet orange and pomelo/pummel with colors ranging from white, ruby red, and blush-pink. Grapefruits are rich in nutrients, fiber, vitamins, and minerals with the red and pink grapefruits containing higher antioxidant levels, beta carotene, and lycopene than the white grapefruit. The... more

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Navel Oranges: Filled with Immune Boosting Vitamin C

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We have to stay healthy, now more than ever, as the COVID-19 flu virus infects millions of people around the world causing devastation to all nations without prejudice, killing young and old alike, spreading to poor and rich in the same numbers. There are several preventive measures we can take... more

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Are Navel Oranges Good for Juicing?

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Winter season can be bleak, boring, and dragging s it may not come as a big surprise when some of us wish for summer to come sooner rather than later. That wish might not be granted but what we can have is a taste of sunshine when we drink freshly... more

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How Much Vitamin C Does A Grapefruit Have?

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Many people consider the white Grapefruit an acquired taste because of its bitter pith and tart flavor with just the bare minimum of underlying sweetness. But did you know that underneath that sour taste is a wide range of essential vitamins and minerals that can protect you from various health... more

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Where to Buy Fresh Navel Oranges?

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Terrifically sweet, juicy, and fully seedless are all characteristics of the classic Navel Orange. The easy-to-peel skin emits a floral aroma that soothes the senses. In fact, Navels are one of the world’s most loved fruits. Origin Navel Oranges are not indigenous to the United States. They came about as... more

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