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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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Are Navel Oranges Good for Juicing?

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It may come as no surprise to you that the classic sweet Navel Orange (such as Pittman & Davis’s own Navel Oranges) is the world’s most popular orange variety. You probably already know they’re great for snacking on. But are they good for juicing? Juice from Navel Oranges The answer... more

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Why Are Cara Cara Oranges Pink?

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It’s a Blood Orange…it’s a Ruby Grapefruit…nope, it’s a Cara Cara Orange! Originally discovered at the Hacienda de Cara Cara in Venezuela in the mid-1970s, Cara Cara Oranges today are grown primarily in California. When they first arrived in the United States they were only sold in select markets, and... more

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What Substitutes Are There For Vidalia Onions?

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Onions have a unique ability to be sweet, savory, pungent and aromatic all at the same time. Much like celery, they don’t add much to dishes in terms of nutrition (or calories). But they do add so much in the way of flavor that even people who purport not to... more

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Affordable Fruit Of The Month Clubs

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It seems like we do more and more of our shopping online these days. For one thing, it’s very convenient – instead of going out to pick up the merchandise, it’s brought right to your door. Additionally, your selection is not limited to what’s available locally – if you want... more

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What Do Cara Cara Oranges Taste Like?

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Cara Cara Orange flavor is like no other fruit. Less tangy than other oranges due to its low acidity, Cara Cara Oranges are very sweet and have been described as having red berry overtones, reminiscent of cherries, raspberries or cranberries. Cara Caras are a navel orange variety. When you think... more

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5 Health Benefits of Pineapple

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Pineapple season is upon us! While pineapple can be grown and enjoyed year-round, its peak season is spring through early to mid-summer, when it’s at its tangy-sweetest. That’s why a monthly fruit club like Pittman & Davis’ own Harvest-A-Month Fruit Club offers it in May, which is the best time... more

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Best Citrus Fruits for Weight Loss

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When you send your loved ones a citrus gift box, you’re not just sending deliciousness – you’re sending health as well! Fruit is an essential part of a healthy diet. The USDA recommends that adults consume two servings of fruit per day, while the American Heart Association recommends 4-5 servings.... more

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