What's in Your Mix This Week - East Coast
June 17 - June 21, 2013
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Rumbly, bumpy, bulbous, gibbosic. Packhams' are sweet pears, with character. Each a little askew like that friendly odd fellow at the bus stop. This pear's parentage is Bartlett and Yvedale Saint-Germain. It softens as it ripens.
An orange with an Innie. Navels are aptly named. Native to Brazil, they've been cultivated in Riverside CA since the dawn of the citrus boom in the 1870s. Easy to peel and breaks into sections superbly, this orange is practically seedless.
Sweet and mild. Somewhat thin skinned. Striped. Originated in New Zealand from momma Golden Delicious and poppa Orange Delicious.
Bred in Japan in the 1930s, the Fuji was grafted from Virginian apple royalty Rawls Jennet and Iowa’s Red Delicious. Extremely popular in Japan and the USA. About the size of a baseball (yakyuu no booru), this apple is sweet and delicious.
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Here at the FruitGuys, we like to dress up like bananas, because we love bananas! A perfect food, only 110 calories, 4g fiber and 1g of protein and high in potassium and Vitamin C. We love the elegant and easy-to-open packaging. Plus you can use a banana to make silly phone calls.
Always wash your hands and wash your fruit before eating, even if it’s organic.
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Enjoy and be fruitful!