Monthly Archives: October 2013

Arizona Leafy Greens Celebrates Advent of Season

November marks beginning of Arizona-grown lettuce shipments  Arizona Leafy Greens Food Safety Committee and Safeway stores are coming together to celebrate the advent of Arizona’s lettuce harvest throughout the month of November, marked by a gubernatorial proclamation and messages about … Continue reading

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Figs, Fabulous Figs

The first week in November is National Fig Week which is a great opportunity to try this luscious and sweet fruit that offers some pretty fantastic health benefits.  Whether you chose to eat them fresh or dried, figs are packed … Continue reading

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The Potato

Author: Cassie Corbett, Arizona Farm Bureau member Potatoes have been a comfort food for centuries. There is nothing like hot potato-soup on a cold day, or a nice portion of mashed potatoes when you can’t chew or it’s hard to … Continue reading

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The Faces of Arizona Agriculture: Cochise County Farmer & Rancher Stephen Klump

The Faces of Arizona Agriculture:  Cochise County Farmer and Rancher Stephen Klump Husband, father of 4, lives in Willcox Stephen is a 4th-generation farmer & Rancher; also owner of Mascot Homes & Construction, Willcox Rock & Sand Currently Cochise County Farm … Continue reading

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Take These Divine Holiday Desserts for a Test Drive

While it may be true that it is still the season for Halloween, one thing that you can be sure of is that the holiday season is just around the corner.  If there is one thing that everyone loves about … Continue reading

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