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Everything You Need to Know About the Multistate Avocado Recall
We’re all going to die, but probably not because of last night’s guacamole.
Get Ready for ‘Easy-Peel’ Avocados
No more unsightly hand gashes!
Here’s What a $22 Strawberry Looks Like
Hint: a lot like other strawberries.
Some Surprising News About the Deformed Vegetables You Find in Grocery Stores
Don’t judge a book by its cover, etc.
Scientists May Have Discovered a Way to Keep Bananas Fresh at Least Twice As
It may all come down to genetics.
These Images of Fruits Before We Domesticated Them Will Blow Your Mind
You’ve never seen a watermelon like this before.
Under The Weather
April’s Crazy-Cold Weather Is Ruining Fruit Crops
Some farmers already report losses of 90 to 100 percent.
Science Can Now Make Pretty Much Any Fruit Bigger
Geneticists say that they can rewire the genetic sequences of plants.
Millions of Peaches
Expanded Recall Includes Even More Stone Fruit
The recall is complicated by the incubation period of Listeriosis, which can be up to 70 days.
All Your Favorite Summer Fruit Has Been Recalled Just in Time for Peak Pie
“Because we do not know the locations of the companies that purchased the products from our direct customers, the company is issuing a nationwide recall.”
Farmers Choice Grand-Opening in Santa Monica Tomorrow
Could be an extension of the Agoura Hills produce wholesaler.
FDA Plays Laser Tag With Vegetables
Ready for a bar code on your broccoli?
Make Your Own Jam at Machine Project
Time to take your old fruit and turn it into something better.
What to Say to Your Vegetarian Friends
’Eat fruit and die!’
Bed-Stuy Gets New Produce Market
A kosher fruit market adds to the neighborhood green quotient.