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Enticing Edibles

So many choices, and they all look delicious. How do you choose which fruits and vegetables are right for your inventory? We've selected only 10 here, but you're bound to find just the right selections.

  Your mother was right. For that matter, so are the American Dietetic Association and every doctor you've ever consulted. Fruits and vegetables are good for you.
  They're good for your business, too. In the past few years, home gardeners once again have adopted growing their own as a way to reap the benefits of fresh produce. Whether it's a matter of environmental consciousness, economics or simply the desire for that homegrown taste, the fruit and vegetable trend is growing.
  We've gathered here a few tasty treats from a number of growers; these are ... (Read More...)

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