THOMAS FRESH BLOG
The Freshest News in Produce!
We wowed the Canadian Produce Marketing Association with our gourmet pink potato chips and we're going to give away Chef Hans Sauter's secret recipe with you!
Discover why snap peas might be difficult to get a hold of this season. Hint: these tasty snacks are sensitive to weather!
Cruciferous vegetables are known for being crunchy, pungently flavoured, and holding up well to many cooking methods, including raw, steamed, boiled, fried, and roasted. Learn more about about Asian crucifer collection!
We’re calling it: Dragon Fruit is the most underrated, overlooked fruit in the produce aisle. Find out how to eat dragon fruit, and discover the different varieties that exist.
You want to add a little spice to your life, but the range of dried chile varieties is leaving you feeling mildly confused. Check out our dried pepper infographic to get enlightened!
Talk about Nature's Candy: with their rainbow of candy-coloured, jewel-toned hues, berries are the perfect pop-in-your-mouth sized fruit snack. Learn all about them and download a recipe for healthy berry ice cream!
Arugula is famous for adding a unique layer of flavour to traditional greens preparations like salads, sandwich toppings, pressed juices, and blended smoothies. Learn more about this popular green through our infographic.
This one's for you - especially if you've ever walked past any of these gnarly, knobby little nuggets in the Asian section of the produce department. Next time you see these in-store don't be afraid to give them a try.
Our friends at the Calgary PMA and Oppy banded together to send a truck of fresh produce up to the tens of thousands of Fort McMurray residents displaced by the wildfire. We were thrilled to donate almost 14,000lbs of potatoes to the cause. #feedthefort #yymfire
First Lady of the United States of America, Michelle Obama, has made kids' nutrition her crusade throughout her two terms, with her Let's Move! project - geared toward building healthier relationships with fitness and nutrition for kids, to help curb the growing childhood obesity problem in the US (learn more at http://www.letsmove.gov/).