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Burger King's Chicken Fries return to the fold as an interesting food for a boring time of the year.
The concept of the book mobile and the ice cream truck take on new, colorful dimensions with the Go Fresh Mobile Farmer's Market.
Cross a finish line this summer and chances are you'll be handed a banana. What gives? In a word: potassium.
About 20,000 mums are just about ready to ship from Riverside Farm in Methuen, normally bound for Market Basket stores across the area.
The produce department is so vital to winning store selection, generating trips, putting shoppers in a buying mood, and positioning a banner as a health and wellness destination.
Your chairs, synthetic rugs and plastic bags could one day be made out of cocoa, rice and vegetable waste rather than petroleum, scientists are now reporting.
Winter may seem a long way off, but if you're wanting to grow a winter garden, the time to start is now, says Contra Costa Master Gardener Janet Miller.
Giant Cabbage Weigh-Off 2013 winners : Scott Rob , Keevan Dinkel and Brian Shunskis .
At a local FairPrice Supermarket in central Singapore, you'll find baby carrots grown in Bakersfield, Calif., - the same ones for sale at my local grocery store in Washington, D.C. Such well-traveled vegetables aren't unusual in the tiny island-state, which imports more than 90 percent of its food from some 35 countries.
Jack Casson with the giant marrow grown by Dr Kevin Briggs at Bolton-le-Sands Floral and Horticultural Society Show PRIZE-winning sweet peas, gladioli, beetroot and marrow led to an historic nine trophies for Dr Kevin Briggs at the Bolton-le-Sands flower show.
This time of year brings an excess of everything - kale and greens are still proliferating, tomatoes are in full bloom, and summer squash, eggplant, peppers and beans are everywhere.
Idaho has its potatoes. Florida has its fresh fruits and juices. Vidalia is the name synonymous with the nation's most famous sweet onion.
Joining a CSA program is a great way to eat fresh, cheap, and local. The way it works is simple: You sign up for a share in the produce predominately vegetables, but also fruit and possibly honey and eggs of a particular farm.
Gardeners at Cow Mead allotments in Abingdon Road, Oxford, raised A 465 selling their potatoes, beans, courgettes and fresh eggs at an open day on Saturday.
In the heat of summer, it's hard to imagine that the weather will ever be cool again.
Reading supermarkets are getting ready for the descent of thousands of Reading Festival goers by swapping fruit and vegetables for alcohol.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 12:57 am
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