Apple bananas are a totally different kind of banana from the ones we usually think of (which are called Cavendish). They're smaller, have an apple sweetness, and contain many more nutrients. Everyone knows that coconut water is the bees' knees. But how much cooler would it be if you could drink it right out of the coconut and then get to eat the coconut fruit, too?
The Abundance Food Co-op Produce Department should be your first stop when you're bored of the same-old, same-old that you can find anywhere. For example, check out these really unusual local vegetables from our partner, Fraser's Garlic Farm in Churchsville, NY.
Don't let yourself get stuck with the same old, same old this grilling season. Here are two unusual, but incredibly tasty recipes: Grilled Fruit Kebabs and Grilled Caesar Salad.
Even though spring has been a little shy in showing its face this year, the world will be blooming soon enough. One of our favorite signs of spring is the arrival of delicious asparagus and artichokes, which we are currently featuring with lots of tasty ideas of how to enjoy them. Check out some of our recipes ideas inside!
March is Equal Exchange Banana Month and that means we got to show off the amazing Equal Exchange banana suit! Organic, fair trade bananas not only taste better, but Equal Exchange's bananas are grown by farmer-owned co-ops in Ecuador and Peru. Read on to check out the new web documentary Beyond the Seal, which takes you through the banana industry in five chapters.
Autumn has set in and we have lots of delicious tastes to enjoy that make getting ready for the colder weather much more bearable (almost). Read on for some great recipes using classic autumn produce, plus get a look at our range of fall-themed treats for the sweet tooth in your life.