• A mix of brown and white eggs

    Eggs are a nutritious, low-calorie source of protein and a top Georgia agricultural commodity. One large egg contains just 70 calories. Eggs contain 14 vitamins and several minerals, including choline and vitamin D. The incredible egg is low in saturated fat and a complete protein that is part of the Protein food group.

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  • Finally! The days are getting longer and the weather is beginning to warm up!  Spring is right around the corner. It is the time of year when one starts to think of all of the young fresh vegetables that will be available in the coming weeks to welcome the flowers as they begin to bloom, and the…

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  • A bunch of red and green apples.

    John Chapman, an entrepreneur from Massachusetts, developed a forward-looking business model. He took a waste product that he could get for free, cultivated it over several years into a must-have item for other independent start-ups, and strategically positioned his sales outlets along developing travel routes.

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  • 10 different varieties of sweet potatoes.

    Did you know that many Americans don’t get enough potassium in their diet? Potassium helps lower your risk of heart disease and stroke. While bananas get credit for providing dietary potassium, they’re only a runner up.

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  • Tomatoes are one of the most popular foods for home canning. While we typically consider tomatoes to be acidic foods, studies have found that they have a “borderline” pH of around 4.6.  So how do you safely can tomatoes? Add bottled lemon juice, vinegar or citric acid to tomatoes in amounts recommended by the USDA…

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