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Taste of the Season – Butternut Squash

November 10, 2017

Today’s post is twice as nice because not only are we introducing you to an amazing food blogger who loves fresh food as much a we do, but have one of her all-time best recipes ready to serve up on a chilly Fall afternoon. Meet Mel. She’s a wife, mom of five kids and the owner…

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Market Report – November 9

November 9, 2017

Here is a quick overview of this coming week in the fruit and vegetable markets. You should expect:   Apples: Washington is still really short of large Granny-smith. Bell Peppers (Eastern): Supplies could tighten back up this weekend. Berries (Blueberries): Delayed arrivals, weather issues and loss of production in Mexico and Uruguay are all contributing to shortage of…

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GoFresh – Special Ordering

November 3, 2017

In addition to local, fresh produce, many of our customers want to offer unique, different and special items in order to help stand out from their competitors. Others are asking for custom processed items like chopped, cut or shredded produce to save labor and increase consistency. For a chef, acquiring these items takes a lot…

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Market Report – November 1st

November 2, 2017

Here is a quick overview of this coming week in the fruit and vegetable markets. You should expect:   Apples: Washington is still short of 88 size and larger Granny-smith. Pink Lady apples are slowly starting but they are just coming into season. Bell Peppers (Eastern): Tight supplies on Green Bell Pepper. Berries (Blueberries): Uruguay was hit with…

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Market Report – October 25

October 25, 2017

Here is a quick overview of this coming week in the fruit and vegetable markets. You should expect:   Apples: Washington is still very short on large Granny-smith and it looks like this will be season-long. Bell Peppers (Western): With Bell pepper transitioning to Coachella. This should cause a shortage on Green and all colored bells. Berries…

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Transition: Salinas to Yuma (FALL)

October 19, 2017

Since GoFresh began building customers over 70 years ago, its mission has always been to take outstanding care of those customers and do whatever it takes to help make them and their businesses successful. A lot has changed in 70 years but their commitment to their customers has not and one of the greatest tools…

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10 Fall Superfoods

October 12, 2017

It might not look like it yet but Fall is officially here and that means one thing…OK, maybe two things, football and the delicious foods of the season. But don’t think that all those wonderful autumn foods are just for your eating enjoyment, they can be good for you too. In fact here are 10…

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Market Report – October 11th

October 11, 2017

Here is a quick overview of this coming week in the fruit and vegetable markets. You should expect:   Apples: Large Granny Smith remain limited in Washington. Blackberries: Supplies remain limited with domestic fruit and quality is fair. Raspberries: Mexico production delayed due to recent rains. Oranges: California Valencia orange season is coming to an…

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Customer Spotlight – The Lodge Eatery and Pub

October 5, 2017

Our customer spotlight this week takes place at The Lodge Eatery and Pub in Catoosa, OK. Russ Hickson with GoFresh met with their Chef, Gary Mosier, who  prepared some of their top selling dishes that includes chicken fried steak and their amazing seared ahi tuna salad on spring mix. Click below to watch and see…

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Market Report

October 4, 2017

Here is a quick overview of this coming week in the fruit and vegetable markets. You should expect:   Apples: Large Granny Smiths are still limited in Washington. Blackberries: Supplies are limited. Domestic quality is fair. Blueberries: Supplies remain limited this week. Cucumbers: There is a wide range of quality along with good lots so maneuvering…

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