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Oranges glow in the Arizona sunshine.

Citrus-Killing Bacteria Not Affecting Arizona's Industry

Hot weather appears to make state's $37 million crop off limits to disease rampant in other places.

Iraqi refugee Hussein Alhamka, who with his wife Shreena and their 12 children, grow more than 20 types of fruits and vegetables for sale.

Fleeing Homelands and Finding Refuge in Familiar Foods

Expanding program helps newcomers adjust to change with sustenance they know.

José Cano demonstrates how to connect irrigation pipe.

State Rejects Requested Ban on Expanding Irrigation

Farmers in Cochise County lose petition to to stop further development in their area.

Arizona Food Prices Down, Despite Spike in Egg Cost

Quarterly survey shows a slight rise since beginning of the year, drop compared to 2014

How One Woman Learned to Redefine Food

Megan Kimble on her new book 'Unprocessed: My city-dwelling year of reclaiming real food'.

Arizona Spotlight for June 26, 2015

Eating "Unprocesssed" for a full year; National Independents Week stresses importance of buying local; Chris Dashiell reviews "Desert Bloom" from 1986; and foibles of would-be Arizona outlaws Cyclone Bill & Climax Jim.

Velvet Mesquite

Mesquite Bean Season in the Desert; Can You Eat Them?

Identify the edible seedpods in your neighborhood with local harvesters

Desert harvesters are harvesting mesquite trees.

Harvesting Desert's Bounty Topic of Classes

Santa Cruz Farmer's Market will host demonstrations this month.

Want to Cut Food Waste? Change How You Shop

New research shows more frequent trips to grocery store can keep food fresh, save money.

Chile - Pride of New Mexico - Suffering in Drought

Too much salt in groundwater leaves some long-time growers with little to plant, harvest.

Tech Contributes to Growth of Arizona Produce Imports

Keeping product fresh longer and speeding up wait times at border are key, industry workers say.

Navajo Nation 'Junk Food' Tax Clashes with Economics

Half of population living in poverty; for them, snack foods are cheaper than fresh, healthy products.

More Kids Loading Fruit onto School Lunch Trays, Study Finds

Tucson Unified School District food services staff say fruit is one of the most popular lunchtime items.

Reduced Migrant Farm Workforce Drives Technology

Robotic lettuce thinner in Yuma's winter fields can do work of 60-member crew in one day.

No-Bake Lucky Charms Cake

Cook the Colors of the Rainbow with Author Jackie Alpers

Sprinkles! Recipes and Ideas for Rainbowlicious Desserts is packed with ways to make desserts not just delicious - but beautiful too.

Some of the lush vegetation growing at Ramona Farms

New Safety Methods Sprout in Fields After E.coli Outbreak

California spinach problem in 2006 led to measures now in effect there and in Southern Arizona.

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