Dig In | Produce


Heavenly Villagio Marzano Tomatoes

April 29, 2015 in What's New

A popular legend says that after the king of Peru gifted a new tomato variety to the king of Naples in the late eighteenth century, it was planted near the base of Mt. Vesuvius in the rich volcanic soils of Villagio Marzano sul Sarno. These were the forerunners of today’s “San Marzano” tomatoes (supposedly), but it’s hard to know what’s really true—especially when one considers that Peru had no kingdom (or king!) two hundred years ago. That truth may be...

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Kale Quinoa Salad

March 27, 2015 in What's New

Rumor has it that a leading fast-food chain will soon be offering kale on its menu. You know that a food has become a cultural fixture when it’s available at your local drive-thru. Quinoa—though not yet on the drive-thru menu—solidified her lofty produce position a few years ago when the United Nations officially declared 2013 the International Year of Quinoa. We think it’s about time the...

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Organic Carrots of Many Colors

March 17, 2015 in Radio Spots

The average American consumes more than eleven pounds of carrots every year. And that’s just the orange ones. Organic Carrots of Many Colors come in yellow, white, red, and purple, in addition to orange. They’re naturally sweet and crunchy, and the colors really pop...

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