Plump and juicy deep black wild raspberries are sweet and flavorful finds in early July along wooded areas, ditches and ponds and ideal for homemade jam and preserves.
Excalibur's patented Parallex Horizontal Air Flow and Hyperwave Fluctuation technology, makes Excalibur units one of the most efficient heat/dry combination on the market for food dehydrators. They start at $399.99 at excaliburdehydrator.com.
The BELLA NutriPro, nlike traditional juicers with fast spinning blades, is a state-of-the-art cold press juicer that operates using a chewing (mastication) method to produce high-quality fruit and vegetable juices with a cold press technology promising more juice and nutrients than traditio…
HOBART | The annual Strawberry Madness Festival at Johnson's Farm Produce will be early this year because of an unseasonably warm spring, owner Jennifer Johnson said.
Apple trees at Radke Orchards, near Michigan City, are blossoming a month early because of record-breaking warm weather in March, owner Ruth Radke said.
A sour orange tree at Chesterton Feed and Garden Center
Chuck Roth, owner of Chesterton Feed and Garden Center, shows lemon and orange trees for sale at the store.
Chuck Roth, owner of Chesterton Feed and Garden Center, shows a Ponderosa lemon tree for sale at the store.
Hero brand's new line of gourmet fruit spreads called Fruit Spreadables feature fun packaging with Dora the Explorer, Disney's "Toy Story" and other kid favorites from TV and films.
Attendees listen Friday to state Rep. Vernon G. Smith during the Northwest Indiana Mentoring Summit at Indiana University Northwest in Gary.
State Rep. Vernon G. Smith speaks Friday during the second annual Northwest Indiana Mentoring Summit at Indiana University Northwest.
State Rep. Vernon G. Smith speaks Friday during the Northwest Indiana Mentoring Summit at Indiana University Northwest.
An attendee to the second annual Northwest Indiana Mentoring Summit on Friday at Indiana University Northwest listens to state Rep. Vernon G. Smith.
Kyle Elementary third-grade teacher Tom McDaniel explains Friday how his class is going to use Fruit Loops cereal to study perimeters in class.
Kyle Elementary third-grader teacher Tom McDaniel, center, distributes Fruit Loop cereal Friday to students Mason Wilson, left, and Ava Kruper to use in learning about perimeter in class. The school holds a "Fruit Loop Day" once a year.
Kyle Elementary third-grade teacher Tom McDaniel pours Fruit Loops cereal Friday for students to use in learning about the idea of perimeters in class.
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