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Over 30 years of servicing Ann Arbor as it's only local produce team, providing kitchen basics to exotic varieties, with a customer first approach. 

Strong summer citrus season expected in 2016

  Southern Hemisphere citrus continues to increase in the United States as consumers are becoming more accustomed to purchasing citrus year-round and the quality and taste continue to improve. Following a somewhat robust 2015 summer market, the 2016 season for summer citrus is expected to be even healthier.

  The majority of the Southern Hemisphere citrus is about two weeks ahead of last season in maturity, making for better-tasting fruit earlier, creating earlier promotional opportunities, reducing transition hesitation and generating sales.

  The National Restaurant Association’s 2015 Culinary Forecast, which predicts culinary trends for the coming year based on a survey of 1,300 professional chefs nationwide, listed gourmet fresh lemonades as its top non-alcoholic beverage trend. Consumers are incorporating lemon juice
and zest into everything from beverages to appetizers to baked goods, entrees and desserts.

Clementines began arriving in mid-May and those will run through late July, according to Seald Sweet International Sales Director Stu Monaghan. They will be immediately followed by late-season mandarins, such as Clemengolds, which will run through late September. Navels will
kick off the first week of July and will run through mid-September. Midnights will begin mid-September and will be in our market through mid-October.


Michigan Product flourishing this summer

Mother Nature was kind to Michigan’s produce industry this spring. Approaching the first days of summer, vegetable growers reported a bright outlook for all crops. The fruit industry, of course, also benefited from great weather. Pollination, with the help of many bees, and fertilization went extremely well this past spring setting many more blossoms than in recent years. With abundant blossoms, thinning, both spraying and manual removal, has been in full effect. Thinning is done to control both the quality of this year's crop and to maintain even quantity in following crop seasons.
Frog Holler is growing and hiring for all positions!
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