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Living amongst some of the world’s most amazing farms and orchards is a huge bonus from living in the San Joaquin Valley.
Eating more fruits and vegetables is good for many bottom lines. A Union of Concerned Scientists report places a dollar value on the benefits of a healthier society.
A Fresno Public Market would revitalize the 34th largest US city & the remodel of a shuttered department store would create jobs in the San Joaquin Valley .
One of the best times of year in the San Joaquin Valley is early spring orchards burst into full bloom; bicycling is the way to enjoy the Blossom Trail.
For over 30 years the Erganian family bucked conventional wisdom about land development in Fresno and has allowed the Vineyard Farmers Market to flourish in Fresno.
Peacotums, a hybrid of, yes, a peach, apricot and plum, bursts with sweetness and a light texture.
With the summer fruit season winding down in the San Joaquin Valley, we start to say good-bye to the incredible produce, including yellow watermelon.
The summer produce season is winding down, and we are now saying a slow goodbye to Armenian cucumbers, or gutah.
One of the best ways to enjoy summer fruit is to make a galette, the French and fancy word for rustic pie. Here are the six easy steps to create a crowd pleaser for that upcoming summer barbecue!
Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced a program that will reward shoppers who visit the city’s 138 farmers markets with Health Bucks bonus coupons for free produce.
Grow Dat Youth Farm is an urban farm that provides fresh food to inner city New Orleans and job opportunities in for high school students.
But the best ice cream flavor has to be what sounds like the product of a tryst between Bugs Bunny and Martha Stewart. Thank you, Scream Sorbet.