Monthly Archives: July 2013

What’s in Season in August

It’s hard to believe it is August already but the back to school sales and monsoon rainstorms don’t lie.  But even though summer has peaked and we are firmly heading toward fall, there is no reason to dismay.  Hopefully, August … Continue reading

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Interesting Findings From Consumer Research On Types of Meat In Supermarkets

This article originally appeared in the January/February 2013 issue of Foodie News, brought to you by the Public Relations Department of the American Farm Bureau Federation. Recent consumer research conducted by Midan Marketing regarding types of meat available at supermarkets revealed … Continue reading

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Say Cheese…..Its National Cheesecake Day!

National Cheesecake Day, which is unofficially celebrated on July 30, is only days away and if you haven’t already made plans to celebrate this creamy, delicious dessert, there is still time.  Whether you love your cheesecake old school style or … Continue reading

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7 Great Ways Blueberries Can Brighten Your Day

When it comes time to pick up some fresh fruit at the farmers market or grocery store, odds are that if you aren’t reaching for berries of one color, you are reaching for berries of another.  It seems that we … Continue reading

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USDA Releases New Maps Identifying Major Crop Producing Areas: Sorghum

A total of 40 new maps have been prepared, showing major crop-producing areas in the United States, China, India, Pakistan, and South Africa.  Earlier versions of these maps appeared in the Major World Crop Areas and Climatic Profiles (MWCACP) handbook that contains … Continue reading

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