Category: <span>Farming</span>

What’s in Season – May
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What’s in Season – May

It’s BBQ SEASON! May is National BBQ Month and we have an amazing assortment of fruit, vegetables, meat, seafood, and other products, right here in Florida. So, next time you’re at the grocery store, choose “Fresh From Florida.” Not only are you getting locally grown food that’s fresher, but you’re also helping support Florida farmers....

What’s in Season – April
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What’s in Season – April

We have an amazing assortment of fruit, vegetables, meat, seafood, and other products, right here in Florida. So, next time you’re at the grocery store, choose “Fresh From Florida.” Not only are you getting locally grown food that’s fresher, but you’re also helping support Florida farmers. Each month, you can help to support your state’s...

#AgDay2021
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#AgDay2021

This year’s National Agriculture Day is on March 23, 2021. Ag Day is a special day devoted to recognizing and celebrating the abundance provided by agriculture. Every year, producers, agricultural associations, corporations, universities, government agencies and countless others across America join together to recognize the contributions of agriculture. Although nationally hosted by the Agriculture Council...

What’s in Season – March
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What’s in Season – March

We have an amazing assortment of fruit, vegetables, meat, seafood, and other products, right here in Florida. So, next time you’re at the grocery store, choose “Fresh From Florida.” Not only are you getting locally grown food that’s fresher, but you’re also helping support Florida farmers. Each month, you can help to support your state’s...

National Cabbage Day
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National Cabbage Day

Happy National Cabbage Day! This day is celebrated to thank farmers for giving us another nutrition-packed vegetable, cabbage! From the French caboche, meaning head, cabbage comes in a variety of forms. The cabbage family is quite varied and includes brussels sprouts, broccoli, cauliflower, bok choy, kohlrabi, and kale. When selecting a cabbage, the head should be...

What’s in Season – February
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What’s in Season – February

We have an amazing assortment of fruit, vegetables, meat, seafood, and other products, right here in Florida. So, next time you’re at the grocery store, choose “Fresh From Florida.” Not only are you getting locally grown food that’s fresher, but you’re also helping support Florida farmers. Each month, you can help to support your state’s...

Performance NAPA at the South Florida Mini Fair
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Performance NAPA at the South Florida Mini Fair

Performance NAPA, our sister company, is proud to once again sponsor the Market Animal Auction at this year’s South Florida Mini Fair! The Mini Fair runs through January 15-31 with the agriculture exhibits and animal exhibits open daily. The 2021 Market Animal Auction took place on Saturday, January 16th at 1:00 pm at the Farm...

What’s in Season – January
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What’s in Season – January

In Florida, you’re never far from where Florida farmers, fishermen, & ranchers grow & harvest the goods we love to enjoy. In fact, agriculture has more than a $132 billion economic impact across our state, while providing 2,204,400 jobs & local sources of food. Each month, you can help to support your state’s economy, as...

What’s in Season – December
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What’s in Season – December

‘Tis the Season for sweet corn & many other delicious Fresh from Florida agriculture! Florida farmers continue to work hard to keep the grocery stores stocked & food on the table! Help support local farmers by shopping fresh & local – and wherever you shop, Demand American Grown. With the Fresh from Florida “What’s In Season”...

What’s in Season – November
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What’s in Season – November

Florida farmers continue to work hard to keep the grocery stores stocked & food on the table! Help support local farmers by shopping fresh & local – and wherever you shop, Demand American Grown. With the Fresh from Florida “What’s In Season” tool, you can easily discover what’s currently in season. Plus, you can find a...