Short Supply- Avocados

Major heat waves are affecting California growing areas for avocados in a big way. With temperatures reaching 110 to 117 degrees (perhaps due to the raging fires in southern California), coupled with winds blowing at speeds of up to 30 mph, the fruits on the trees have been burned and

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Romano Beans

romano beans

Fantastic romano beans fresh from Brentwood,  California have arrived. The summer months are when their sweet, succulent flavor really takes off. The flat snap bean is a great variation from the conventional bean. Try some today!

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Brentwood Corn

White Corn

Local corn out of Brentwood, California is in the house! The fresh, sweet white corn we have received (with many more to come) was harvested just 45 miles away from us, which we love. We look forward to these upcoming summer months with this product, nothing quite compares to

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Local Beans

cranberry beans

Beans are back to being harvested from local California suppliers! Blue Lake beans are outstanding right now- such a great item to use in your seasonal dishes. In addition to the quality green bean, we have cranberry, fava, French, Romano, and yellow wax beans available too- all coming

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All varieties of melons love these warmer temperatures we are experiencing. The warm weather brings forth their cool, sweet, fresh flavor. Cantaloupe and honeydew melons are excellent right now. Specialty melon varieties are back in abundance, including canary, casaba, crenshaw, galla, golden dew, orange flesh honeydew, and

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Stone Fruits

Time to dust off those summer fruit recipes! California grown peaches, plums, nectarines, and apricots are back in full swing. With more supply available market wide, California farmers are able to take the time to tree ripen their fruits. Doing so allows the fruits to develop a much

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Summer Squash

summer squash

As the weather is heating up, beautiful organic summer squashes are becoming more available by the day. We currently have assorted boxes of these summer squashes, and in just a few days we will be able to pack single variety cases. Look out for California grown pattypans,

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