Heavy Rains In South Expected To Affect MN Produce PricesGet ready for another shot to the pocket book. Fruit and veggie prices are ready to go up. According to CBS News contributor and physicist Michio Kaku, there's been 34 percent more rain in Georgia, 25 percent higher rainfall in North and South Carolina and a 22 percent rise in rainfall in Alabama.
FruitShare Club Growing In PopularityYou've likely heard of book clubs and wine clubs. Now there's a new kind of club growing in popularity. In the quest to keep ourselves and children healthy, families are finding alternative ways to get good food, like Fruit Share.
Summer's On Its Way: Farmers Market Back On The MallIt's got to be a sign that summer is on the way, and Thursday was the first day of the farmers market on Nicollet Mall.
Ask A Farmer: Minnesota Summer Produce GuideSee what local farmer Jerry Untiedt has to say about this summer's produce.
'Normal' Winter Means A Better Apple CropThis winter certainly feels more like winter than last and that has growers of one of our favorite fruits very happy.
Good Question: What Causes Cravings?For most Americans its Chocolate, then Pizza. Salty snacks, then ice cream. Almost all of us report craving food. Researchers do think that every craving starts with a cue.
Minnesota Organic Conference To Open In St. CloudThe 12th annual Minnesota Organic Conference is expected to draw more than 500 people to St. Cloud. The farmer-focused conference runs Friday and Saturday at the River's Edge Convention Center.
Healthy Changes Coming To School Lunches This year, students will see some big changes come lunch time. “This is the first in a long time that there’s some real changes in the USDA regulation and it’s across the nation,” said Bertrand Weber, director of culinary and nutrition services for Minneapolis Public Schools.

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