Monthly Archives: March 2013

Don’t Miss Out on the Root Vegetable Renaissance

As the popularity of farmer’s markets has increased, a kind of root vegetable renaissance has taken root and rapidly spread across the country.

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Study: The New Eating Culture and Its Business Implications

Daymon Worldwide and the Hartman Group revealed this week the results of a comprehensive research study into food culture shifts, suggesting that we have become an “eating culture” that requires retailers and manufacturers to reconsider traditional approaches to how they … Continue reading

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10 Ways to Fill Your Day with Fruits and Vegetables (Part 2)

Here in Arizona, it is easy to find fresh, locally grown, affordable fruits and vegetables all year round. Building off of the tips we gave in part 1 of this series, here are the remaining tips that will help you fill your plate and your day with fruits and vegetables.

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FoodieCast: Duck Eggs

Welcome to this month’s FoodieCast. In March’s podcast, AFBF’s Miranda McDaniel takes a deeper look at one of 2013’s trending foods: duck eggs. Farmers John Metzer, of Metzer Farms, and Lesley Brabyn, of Salmon Creek Ranch, weigh in on why … Continue reading

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10 Ways to Fill Your Day with Fruits and Vegetables (Part 1)

According to the Centers for Disease Control, less than 25% of us are even coming close to eating the recommended number of servings for fruit and vegetables each day.

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