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Fuyu Persimmons

Grown in California

Fuyu Persimmons

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Fresh, Local Produce

HHere in the heart of California, we make the most of our state’s great bounty by bringing you the finest fruits and vegetables delivered fresh six days a week. With a love of local agriculture, we source as close to home as possible and build long-lasting relationships with farmers in our region—just look for our Local and CA-Grown icons! We also offer an abundant selection of organic and conventional produce, including everyday favorites and hard-to-find varieties. Stop by today and see what’s in season!

October is Farmer & Farm Worker Month

To honor all the men and women who make our state’s great bounty of fresh produce possible, CA Grown has declared October Farmer and Farmworker Month, and we’re honored to join the celebration! Some of the finest, freshest and most flavorful fruits and vegetables are grown right here in California, all thanks to the amazing farms and orchards throughout our great state, and the dedicated people who work them every day.

Heard It Through Grape Vine

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    DIY Pumpkin Floral Arrangement

    Add some festive fall vibes to your autumn décor or tablescape by displaying fresh flowers in a pumpkin! Try this trick for Halloween, Thanksgiving or any time you need a little more pumpkin spice in your life.

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    A is for Apple Recipes

    Apples aren’t just good for snacking and salads (although there’s no denying they’re delicious both ways). But if you’re looking to expand your apple enjoyment, get cooking with these sweet and savory recipes perfect for fall.

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    Extraordinary Sustainability: How to Avoid Food Waste

    Food waste directly affects all of us, but we often think of it in small doses, like the food left on our plates when we get full or the produce that got moldy in the back of the fridge. Unfortunately, the United States lets a staggering 40% of all food produced go to waste, and this number has risen dramatically due to the pandemic. The good news is there are many ways to combat food waste, energy loss and water loss all at once! Here are just a few ways to get started.

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