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        Pinkglow vs. Honeyglow pineapples – a review

        - Produce with Pamela
        Turns out it might have backfired to have an amazingly delicious, perfectly tart and ripe Honeyglow compared to the milder flavor of a Pinkglow, which has been described as "cotton candy-like."?

        Will the pandemic kill off more red delicious apples?

        - Produce with Pamela
        Fresh holdings of red delicious, the punching bag of apple snobs (like myself), are down 33% compared to the 5-year average. The pandemic could push that number down further.

        Review: Nature Fresh compostable cuke wraps

        - Produce with Pamela
        Have we found a compromise between shelf life and plastic?

        How fresh produce can hitch up to well-being and immunity trends

        - Produce with Pamela
        The insightful list is a mix carefully curated everyday items?and wacky things no one but the trendiest of foodies has ever heard of (think?of?last year’s tiger nut flour.)??

        Bolthouse Farms Carrot Dog: a product review

        - Produce with Pamela
        You know what hot dogs are made of, right?

        Del Monte’s $50 Pinkglow GMO pineapple

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        Another Cotton Candy-inspired produce item? Well, it worked for grapes, I guess?

        Crowded grocery aisles are becoming a problem

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        I’ve long been convinced the model of in-store picking for online grocery isn’t sustainable in the long run, and the service’s rapid expansion during the pandemic is exposing pain points.??

        Why it doesn’t matter how you cut a mango

        - Produce with Pamela
        I've seen ridiculous videos of consumers trying to figure out mangos. Here's my kindergartener taking you to school on how it's done.

        Amazon’s grocery moves – a signal of more to come?

        - Produce with Pamela
        Three years after Seattle-based Amazon acquired Austin, TX-based Whole Foods Market Inc., it seems that the tech giant is finally moving forward with grocery plans of its own.

        Et tu, Consumer Reports?

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        By the time the annual Shoppers Guide to Pesticides in Produce (AKA Dirty Dozen) comes out every spring, the produce industry is ready with hackles raised.
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