Produce


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Produce

As a noun, the product of natural growth, labor, or capital. Articles produced or grown from or on the soil, or found in the soil.

As a verb, to bring forward; to show or exhibit; to bring into view or notice; as, to present a play, including its presentation in motion pictures. To produce witnesses or documents at trial in obedience to a subpoena or to be compelled to produce materials subject to discovery rules.

To make, originate, or yield, as gasoline. To bring to the surface, as oil. To yield, as revenue. Thus, funds are produced by taxation, not when the tax is levied, but when the sums are collected.

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This acquisition will allow Charlie's Produce to develop deeper roots within the LA market, and offer a broader breadth of products, including an extensive selection of premium organic fruits and vegetables from local growers and international market leaders.
Despite the success of branded produce in recent years, 55% of consumers don't have a specific brand in mind before they purchase fresh produce, according to Nielsen's 2017 Category Shopping Fundamentals report.
Caption: Most produce consumers still don't have specific brands in mind
In social media blasts to customers, Buehler's also will occasionally identify the farm and farmer who supplied the produce.
Scottish scientists have genetically engineered hens that can not only produce useful drugs in their eggs but also reliably pass on this characteristic to new generations of chickens.
To produce means building a resistance to capitalization, correctness, manipulation, and calculation--which is what consumption is based upon.
We now have one commercial function serving our customers, and all these things have helped to increase the success of Produce World.
Dulcinea, pronounced Dul-suh-NAY-uh, was Don Quixote's vision of feminine perfection in Cervantes' classic novel and in the musical "Man of La Mancha." Just as Don Quixote pursued his vision of perfection, so does Dulcinea Farms endeavor to bring produce lovers "produce of legendary perfection." Patented seeds and carefully controlled growing, harvesting and distribution procedures yield uniquely different fruit that delivers "the ultimate produce eating experience."
The farming and refining process needed to produce one gallon of ethanol requires the equivalent of 1.3 gallons of gasoline.
What: A seasonal Saturday morning market providing an array of locally grown produce and local artisans crafts, including both organic and conventional produce, Jake's Farm certified organic, a variety of golden and berry plants, edible flowers, hostas and other perennials, farm fresh eggs, local honey, jams and jellies, home baked goods, and local artisan crafts.
Following migration to T-cell areas of lymphoid tissues, these cells produce IFN-[alpha], which causes immature T cells to express IL-12 receptors.