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  • Chile Pepper Group
    Melissa's Produce

    May’s Veggie Enjoyment

    May 2020
    Chile peppers have been cultivated for more than 7,000 years and used extensively by the Incas and Aztecs. Today, they are used by many ethnic groups in their daily cooking preparations. 
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    Melissa's Produce

    Veggies for the New Season

    September 2021
    Hatch Peppers are fresh peppers that get their name from the Hatch Valley of New Mexico. Hatch, New Mexico has been growing these peppers for many years and they have been popular with the locals for a long time. 
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    Melissa's Produce

    Garden Fresh

    May 2021
    Peppers have been cultivated for more than 7,000 years and used extensively by the Incas and Aztecs. Today, they are used by many ethnic groups in their daily cooking preparations. 
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  • Image of Cleaned and Sliced Leeks
    Melissa's Produce

    Spring Seasonal Veggies

    April 2021
    Melissa's Cleaned and Sliced Leeks make it too easy to incorporate into your cooking. The edible part of the vegetable is carefully sliced into ready-to-use pieces for you. This new pack is simple and oh so convenient!
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  • Steamed Blackeyed Peas
    Melissa's Produce

    Let’s Start Fresh in 2021

    January 2021
    These small, beige-colored peas are commonly referred to as “cowpeas.” They get their name because of the black spot on each pea, which looks like an eye. 
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  • Cleaned and Sliced Leeks
    Melissa's Produce

    Spring Favorite Veggies

    April 2020
    Cleaned and Sliced Leeks make it easy. The edible part of the vegetable is carefully sliced into ready-to-use pieces. This new pack is simple and convenient to use in your favorite recipes. 
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  • Heirloom Tomatoes
    Melissa's Produce

    Veggies that you Love…

    February 2021
    Heirloom tomatoes have been growing and pleasing palates for centuries. The nostalgic name "heirloom" deliciously connects us to days long gone. 
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