HERE'S WHAT'S IN THIS WEEKS' DELIVERIES: "Dragon Tears" pluots
"Summer Sweet" white peaches
"Lapin" red cherries
"Song Hay" (Double-Happiness) oranges
"Pink Lady" apples
Rainforest Alliance certified bananas
The summer fruit just keeps getting better. We're loving the Martin Family Orchards early Red Haven peaches, local Rainier cherries, Puyallup Valley blackberries, white nectarines, Pink Lady apples and rainforest alliance-certified bananas.
Got a terrible migraine? Looking to find an effective weight-loss product that’s free from any side effects? Staying healthy and keeping nasty physical symptoms at bay is easy. Just take a trip to the supermarket and pick out the freshest fruits that offer medicinal benefits. If you don’t know which ones to buy, then you may want to use this list of fruits with healing properties to help you get started. So, read along and start to eat yourself healthy today! 1. Tart Cherries
I love summertime fruit! And it'll get even better as the sweet tide of WA stone fruit rises ever higher over the next 6 weeks. Right now we have excellent Bing cherries and blueberries. For stone fruit this week you'll receive either yellow peaches or Crimson Rose plums. We finish with WA Extra Fancy Pink Lady apples and Rainforest Alliance certified bananas.
Peach health benefits includes preventing hypokalemia, preventing cancer, supporting healthy eyes, promoting healthy skin, supporting healthy digestion, supporting healthy pregnancy, supporting brain function and supporting strong immunity. Other benefits includes promoting blood production, managing cholesterol and supporting weight loss. What are Peaches? Peaches are juicy and delicious fruits, native to South Asia and China. They belong to the same family as plums and cher
Planet Earth just keeps giving. Check out this week's fruit delivery: Washington extra fancy pink lady apples, sweetheart red cherries, Rainier cherries, white peaches and rainforest alliance-certified bananas.
It’s cherry season again! They’re fresh, plentiful, beautiful, and delicious, but, you may be wondering—are cherries actually that good for you? The answer is yes, 100 times yes! Cherries are not only one of the healthiest fruits, they also rank as one of the most health protective foods overall. One cup, or about 21 cherries, contains less than 100 calories and 15% of your daily vitamin C needs. But here are seven more reasons why this stone fruit is a nutritional all-star,
Bing Cherries and Black Splendor Plums! Starting from the far left, this week I sourced Black Splendor plums, White Pearl nectarines, local Bing cherries, WA Extra Fancy apples and Rainforest Alliance certified green-tip bananas. Our $49 weekly customers will see a basket of Pence Orchards "Tomcot" apricots. Happy 4th of July!