ONTARIO seedless CORONATION GRAPES
The fragrant flavour and vibrant colour of Ontario Coronation Table grapes makes them a perfect ingredient for desserts, sauces, jams, jellies and juice.
The crisp, juicy flesh and mild sweet taste of the semi-seedless Coronation Table grape is ideal for eating fresh out-of-hand. They are also a favourite for garnish, a sweet addition to cheese and fruit platters and a superb ingredient for baking and preserving.
Native North American varieties are known as Vitis labrusca. They include Concord and Niagara, which are native to Ontario. Traditional European cultivars, including wine grapes, are Vitis vinifera. In addition there are thousands of hybrid varieties
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JULY 03, 2015
Tart Cherries in Pails Available on July 17 - Read for store details
Find Tart Cherries in Pails at the following retailers:
•Coppa’s Fresh Market
•Costco (Ontario and Quebec)
•Your Independent Grocer
•Real Canadian Superstore
MAY 15, 2015
The bloom is back and a little early
NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE — Ontario’s tender fruit and produce farmers, grocers large and small and everyone in between gathered together on Thursday for the second year in [read more]
APRIL 01, 2015
Fruit Tracker | Fruit and Vegetable Magazine Article
Read this great article on Fruit Tracker from Fruit and Vegetable Magazine by clicking this link.[read more]
MARCH 20, 2015
Adapting to consumer tender-fruit wants
It’s a plum job.
Michael Kauzlaric is on the hunt for tender-fruit growers looking to diversify their orchards by adding plum, nectarine or apricot trees bred [read more]