Skip to content


Varieties of Vegetables


March 7, 2018

As we are getting close to the transition from Yuma to the Salinas Valley I have some information that may challenge us for several weeks to come. This morning we had freezing temperatures all across the growing regions in California. We are nearing the end of the Yuma growing season so the damage that was…

Read More

Muskmelon? Cantaloupe? Who are you?

March 2, 2018

Being frugally natured, I like to try and purchase my produce in season because supposedly it is less expensive that way. I went online to remind myself what fruits and vegetables will be coming out in the next few months and stumbled across a lot of produce that I had never heard of before. The…

Read More
blood orange

“I’m not a vampire. What is a blood orange?”

February 23, 2018

I love grapefruit, especially when it is ruby red and doesn’t need a sprinkle of sugar. So Yummy, I just love it! Recently someone asked me, while I was cutting into my grapefruit, if I was eating a blood orange. I thought to myself, “I’m not a vampire. What is a blood orange?” Michelle at…

Read More


February 21, 2018

WEATHER UPDATE Cold temperatures will continue across the west with just a slight chance of rain as a few moisture starved cold fronts move through. Strong winds (20-30mph) will accompany these cold fronts as they move through California this week. Mid-range forecasts bring a couple of wet, cold fronts into California next week bringing some…

Read More
Red and green European Gooseberries (Ribes grossularia). Clipping paths, shadow separated, infinite depth of field. Design element

Gooseberry? Who ever heard of a Gooseberry?

February 15, 2018

At GoFresh, we can get all sorts of interesting produce from all around the world. Most recently the happy surprise was Gooseberries. I remember hearing about gooseberries, maybe from a childhood storybook, but I did not realize that they were real. They sound like something from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory to me. “Gooseberries,…

Read More
Groups of Fruits


February 14, 2018

WEATHER UPDATE A series of moisture starved cold fronts move thru California into next week with cooler temperatures and strong winds. A cut off low forming off the Southern California coast will bring isolated scattered showers from Central California into Southwestern deserts and Northern Mexico late this week. Dry and warming conditions continue across Central…

Read More

The 411 on the Banana 911

February 8, 2018

Over the past few weeks, the banana growing region has experienced some pretty severe weather pattern shifts. The cold fronts that we were experiencing have also affected Guatemala, Honduras, and the Mexico growing areas. Temperatures have been consistently 10F degrees lower than normal causing slowed growth, production, and harvest yields. Flooding in Costa Rica has…

Read More
red cabbage radiccio isolated on white

Radicchio is not Ridiculous

February 8, 2018

Think of the person you know that loves using puns even though most of the time they are not very good, at all. Well, this just happened. “I can speak Spanish.” “Really. I was not aware.” “My arm is ‘a Brussel Sprout-o’” “No. No. The correct word is ‘a brazo’. You’re ridiculous.” “But at least…

Read More
Empty Image

Market Report – February 7, 2018

February 7, 2018

Weather Update A strong high pressure system out west continues to deflect storm systems to the north with temperatures will above seasonal averages. A couple of dry cold fronts move through California late this week into the weekend. This will bring a slight cool down along with some strong gusty winds to Southern California and…

Read More
Butternut squash isolated on white background

Winter Squash?

February 1, 2018

Hello! This is GoFresh. How can I help you today? I would like to order some Winter Squash. Winter Squash… Winter Squash…. What?   Have you ever heard that term? Apparently, it is a common produce term. Now it is not the name of one particularity type of squash but a variety of squashes that…

Read More
Scroll To Top