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Clubs of America | Jul 08, 2017

 The Taylor’s Gold pear is a mutation of the Comice Pear, first discovered in New Zealand in 1986. This sweet and flavorful russet pear is available in limited quantities in some markets.

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Clubs of America | May 22, 2017

The Pink Lady® is an exciting apple originated in Western Australia. It is a natural cross between the Golden Delicious and Lady Williams varieties.

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Clubs of America | May 06, 2017

The Murcott Tangerine is a citrus fruit hybrid of the mandarin orange and the sweet orange. This hybrid was a result of a citrus breeding program within the United States Department of Agriculture.

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Clubs of America | Apr 16, 2017

A single mutation in 1820 in an orchard of sweet oranges planted at a monastery in Brazil yielded the Navel Orange.

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Clubs of America | Mar 21, 2017

SATSUMA MANDARINS are most often eaten out of hand because they are so easy to peel, thanks to their very loose skin. Their bite-sized, sweet, juicy segments are nearly seedless.

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Clubs of America | Feb 27, 2017

It’s uncertain whether Bosc pears are Belgium or French in origin. What is known is that Bosc Pears were discovered sometime in the early 1800’s.

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Clubs of America | Nov 16, 2016

POMEGRANATES — The name derives from the Middle French “pomme garnete,” meaning “seeded apple.

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Clubs of America | Oct 10, 2016

GALA APPLES — This crisp, aromatically-sweet apple features pink-orange stripes atop a pretty yellow background.

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Clubs of America | Sep 05, 2016

THE RED SENSATION – known also as “Max Red,” was first discovered as a bud sport on a standard Yellow Bartlett tree near Zillah, Washington in 1938.

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Clubs of America | Aug 02, 2016

PLUOTS — Part plum and part apricot, Pluots have a truly mixed heritage! These fruits were originally “invented” in the late 20th century by Floyd Zaiger, and today thrive in Washington …

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