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Visit any supermarket and you’ll find a colorful produce section, abundant in apples, bananas, lettuce, carrots, and tomatoes. Produce includes fresh fruits and veggies, sold at large grocery chains or small farmers' markets. Such small markets usually sell in season fruit throughout the summer, often grown on the premises. Large grocery stores have both in season fruit, imported fruits and veggies. Customers can chose organic and all natural, but they may face a higher price tag. Select fresh cut herbs, raisins and gourmet baskets of fresh fruit. You’ll find a pretty good selection of produce wherever you shop for food. Agricultural farm stands grow and harvest their own produce, such as corn, watermelon, blueberries and sell it in small stands by the road. Conversely, grocery stores order in bulk supplies from distributors and wholesalers at a discount cost. Whether your passion includes oranges or pineapples, you can inquire at your local grocer about the different types of fruits and vegetables available in your area. Some fruits and vegetables are more expensive at certain times of the year because they aren’t in season and have to be trucked in from far off states. Other times, you’ll find fresh cut produce fairly cheap because it’s in season and available locally. Many grocery stores deliver standard and organic produce direct to your door. You can also find out about the health and nutrition information on certain produce by researching online or speaking with your grocer. Dark green foods, for example, are rich sources of minerals such as calcium, iron, calcium, potassium, and magnesium. They’re also chock full of vitamins like C, E, B, and K. Blueberries, for instance, are rich in antioxidants and vitamin C. Buy a supply of fresh produce to last the week the next time you hit the store.
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Select Onion Co
602 Stanton Blvd, Ontario, OR 97914
(541) 881-1220
Golden West Produce
418 Commercial Ave, Nyssa, OR 97913
(541) 372-3122
Purple Sage Farms Inc
11741 Bullock Rd, Middleton, ID 83644
(208) 585-6140
Weiser River Packing
531 Unity Ln, Weiser, ID 83672
(208) 549-0200
Appleton Produce Company
1480 Weiser River Rd, Weiser, ID 83672
(208) 414-3352
Quality Fresh Foods
384 Locust St S, Twin Falls, ID 83301
(208) 733-7027
Partners Produce Inc
2150 Ne 21st Ave, Payette, ID 83661
(208) 642-1200
Appleton Produce Company
1 Appleton Ln, Weiser, ID 83672
(208) 414-1102
Fresh Produce
995 Shoup Ave, Idaho Falls, ID 83402
(208) 528-9811
Central Produce Distr Inc
400 N 8th St, Payette, ID 83661
(208) 642-9035
Josephson Lynn Produce Inc
405 N 9th St, Payette, ID 83661
(208) 642-2641
Baker Packing Co
153 Se 1st St, Ontario, OR 97914
(541) 889-9370
Grasmick Product Company
215 E 42nd St, Garden City, ID 83714
(208) 376-3981
Liberty Tomato Company
1462 W 200 S, Pingree, ID 83262
(208) 684-3702
Ontario Produce Company
44 Se 9th Ave, Ontario, OR 97914
(541) 889-6485

The word "produce" is used to describe fresh fruits and vegetables of many varieties. These fruits and vegetables are usually produced by large agriculture companies, although sometimes they may be produced by smaller companies with a more natural, or organic, focus as well. The fruit produced by these companies is then distributed and delivered to grocery stores and farmer's markets across the country. If you'd like to start buying more fresh food and produce from these stores and markets, you ought to do a little research beforehand. Many stores, shops, and stands sell produce and other types of foods, but not all of it is of an excellent quality. Ask around to find out where you can buy the best produce. And don't be shy about asking store owners and farmers for referrals - they should be happy to provide you with a list of their satisfied customers. Once you've asked your friends and neighbors where they got that basket of fresh fruit or that shopping bag full of delectable vegetables, begin to compare some of the stores and shops they mentioned. Check to see if they sell baskets of herbs and other bits of greenery, in addition to produce. Check to see if they supply their customers with gourmet seasonings to complement their organic fruits and vegetables. And check to see that the produce they harvest - whether from an agriculture company or their own backyard - is as fresh as can be. Once you've checked out all these things, you should be able to make an informed choice about which produce supplier you like best!
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