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Product spotlight: Kabocha squash

Kabocha squash is easy to love. Fluffy textured and nutty like chestnuts, rich like sweet potatoes, and bright-orange like turmeric – it is uniquely delicious, versatile, and nutritious. Kabocha has been...

Pumpkin Pie

Why the best pumpkin pie is made with squash

Since the early 20th century, Americans have been making squash pie and calling it “pumpkin” because, well, it rolls off the tongue better. That can of “pumpkin” puree you recently bought? It’s probably...

Introducing Palo Alto Organics

We are excited to debut our brand-new organic line — Palo Alto Organics — featuring hard squash. Getting first-time certified to the USDA National Organic Program (NOP) was no easy task, and it is...

Navel Orange Slices

How seedless fruits came to be

If fruits, by definition, are the tasty mechanism for a plant to spread its seeds, how then, does Mother Nature allow such a thing as seedless fruit? After all, plants with seedless fruits are technically...

Celebrate the ancient origins of squash

Squash deserves a place in our history books as one of the earliest and most important plants domesticated in the Americas. Below, we dive into the origins of squash and its role in the traditional cuisines...