Since 1988, John and Cindy France have represented over 40 family growers in California and Oregon, and take pride in providing small organic farmers with an easy avenue to market their crops. In total, their growers tend over 3,500 acres of organic fruits and vegetables, ranging from blueberries and broccoli to persimmons and pomegranates. The growers of Homegrown see themselves not only as farmers but as stewards of the land, supporting the organics industry for the betterment of both consumers and the environment. They enjoy gathering insight into the opinions of their buyers, and their webpage contains a forum in which consumers are invited to share their personal reasons for buying organic.
Juicy, sweet, and California grown, these delicious Navels are sure to impress. </br> </br> Oranges are rich in fibre, folate, and of course vitamin C which contributes heavily to oranges antioxidant protection and immune support. Feeling sick? Eat some oranges!
This is an easy peeling orange, much like a mandarin. It contains no seed. Plus... they are absolutely delicious. </br> </br>You would be surprised how much nutrition is jam-packed in this little orange. Satsumas are rich in fibre, numerous minerals, and several vitamins such as A,C,B6, Niacin, Riboflavin, and Thiamin.
Juicy, rich, colourful grapefruits that will sit perfect on your brunch table this weekend. </br></br>Grapefruit is rich in vitamin C, high fibre as well as other micro-nutrients, and certain phyto-chemicals. Lycopene being the main one of interest with its link to reducing chances of prostate cancer.