Fresh Forecast: Stone fruit from Cali, organic Vidalia onions

Fresh produce is streaming in from all directions this month, though the height of our Washington harvest won't come until July/August/September (so hard to wait!). Here's what's new this week from the desk of PCC produce merchandiser Joe Hardiman.

  • California organic cherries: Look for them by the end of this week. Washington Bings should be available in about a month
  • Organic apriums (that tasty cross between an apricot and a plum) 
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  • Organic Vidalia sweet onions from Georgia: by the weekend. Our own Walla Walla sweets will be here in July. Joe likes the Vidalias sliced on salads, in burgers and in sandwiches. 
  • Driscoll organic strawberries from Watsonville, Calif. (I've been snacking on these nearly every day). Local strawberries will be here in late June.
  • Organic white peaches 
  • And local asparagus is still going strong, as is organic salad mix from Full Circle Farm.

 

 

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