IMMOKALEE, Fla. — Florida is known for producing smaller quantities of some vegetables during the fall and winter.
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(Nov. 24) Pungent and fiery hot, with an abundance of garlic and chilies and a striking blend of lime juice, fresh coriander, galangal root, ground peanuts, coconut milk and a myriad of other flavors — cuisine from Thailand possesses an air of the exotic that is reminiscent of the bright silk sarongs, sultry tropical nights and busy open-air food stalls of the land of its origin.
(Aug. 18) Freer markets in China have created a powerful economic barometer there: the consumer.
There is perhaps no culture more historic in its lore for food than the Chinese. Food is such a big part of the culture that people in China even greet one another by asking if he or she has eaten. People from the Canton region claim they live to eat, not the other way around. It is said that even Confucius was an avid connoisseur.More Packer Stories for Chinese Cabbage
Market Scope - Chinese cabbage — F.o.b.s as of April 14
CENTRAL COAST, CALIF. — Shipments (3-6-7) — Movement expected about the same. Trading moderate. Prices lower. Nappa WGA crates $18.75-21.45, 30-pound cartons $12.25-14.45. Quality generally good.
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