Fresh fruit or frozen fruit. The question probably burns through your mind every time you’re at the supermarket. And while you’re strolling through the fresh produce or frozen section, you’re still deliberating. While frozen fruit certainly has its upsides in
Both ready for harvest in the fall, DLJ Produce’s pomegranates and persimmons might share another common aspect: both are delicious and underrated fruits. But aside from their overall tastiness, harvest season, and same first letter, the two are drastically different.
Delicious, healthy, and packed with vitamins and minerals, DLJ fresh citrus fruits are a superfood you need in your diet. However, these fruits are more than just oranges, lemons, and limes. Within this category of fruits, you have dozens of
As fall approaches, the crisp autumn air and lower temperatures provide some solace from the harsh summer heat. And while getting outside is a stellar way to enjoy the weather, nothing beats some of the citrus produce that’s in season.
It’s finally here! Late summer and early fall signal tasty stone fruit season in California with the three Ps leading the charge. During this time of the year, peaches, plums, and pluots ripen into sweet morsels that are ideal for
From the natural beauty of its hardwood source to the beautiful pink and white flowers that bud from its branches, cherries are one of nature’s greatest gifts. But once they’re ready to harvest, these little red morsels of sweet goodness
Everything you put in your body has a profound effect on your overall health, energy, and vitality. Although a slice of pizza, a candy bar, or a cheeseburger may satisfy your taste buds, it’s unlikely that the rest of your
Washing your produce seems like a straightforward task, but the Covid-19 pandemic has thrown this simple task into upheaval. To prevent the spread of coronavirus, many people are eager to wash their produce before putting it in the refrigerator. However,
From lemons to grapefruit to a variety of oranges, California’s citrus fruit is a global phenomenon. With the arrival of Spanish missionaries in the 1700s to the arrival of settlers in the 1840s, locals have cultivated citrus fruits as a