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Organic Kiwis

We have an old neighbour who refers to organically grown food as 'muck'. We point out to her that she was brought up on organic 'muck'! That her generation only ate such food before the oil and chemical companies started pushing their products after the Second World War and that before that food had been relatively free of adulteration. Those multinationals pushed the phony 'Green Revolution' which fed fewer and poisoned the soil. Good Luck with your venture and the kiwis were lovely!
Michael MacGregor Dundee Scotland - 23 Jul 2016

ANANAS SUPER!

Dolcissima e profumatissima!
Silvia Bologna (ITALY) - 20 Jul 2016

Great Taste

Excellent pineapples. I do hope that volcano there doesn't become too active :)

Greets from the Netherlands.
Jeroen Nouwens, Netherlands - 16 Jul 2016

Super fruit

Really an extraordinary taste, much better than standard fruit, it's worth its price, sweet and tasty, keep it up :-)
Gerda, Germany - 14 Jul 2016

Amelie

Hello,
The Amelie from Burkina Faso is one of my favourite mangoes and I quite regularly mention it in my blogs when it is available in UK. I would like to write a detailed and informative description of Amelie mango on my website (www.goodfruitguide.co.uk), which is particularly focused on fruit with very good flavour. So, I would be grateful if you can send me any infomation about the variety, such as seasons, growing areas, method of ripeing for consumers and so on. In particular, I would be interested in the history of the variety as I cannot find any information on it's origin.
I look forward to hearing from you shortly.
Regards,
Nickj Ball
Nick Ball UK - 12 Jul 2016