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CROP OUTLOOK 05.19.17 5.19.17

As we continue to ramp up production from the Central Coast of California a typical spring weather pattern looks to take shape. After a much cooler a wetter
late winter and early spring the fight between high and low-pressure systems continues. A few cold winter type storm systems generated from the Gulf of Alaska
have continued to roll into…..

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COMMODITY REPORT 05.17.17 5.17.17

Limehouse’s Quality Assurance program plays an integral part in our teams effort to ensure customers receive quality produce at competitive prices. Field monitoring is done weeks and days before harvest to keep abreast of supply and quality issues in the various growing regions. This diligent monitoring enables Limehouse to forecast supply volume and spot potential quality problems. 

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Limehouse Produce Announces Winners of 2017 “Berry Creative” Strawberry Campaign 5.10.17

Limehouse Produce is proud to announce the winners of the fourth annual “Berry Creative” Strawberry Campaign. For the campaign, area elementary schools submitted their best artwork and creative projects promoting strawberries. School classes submitted recipes, drawings, artwork, or stories all showcasing more about the popular fruit.

Limehouse received entries from more than a dozen schools and the following were the results and winners:

  • 2017 Grand Prize Winner: Mary Ford Elementary, Charlene Barbot, lead teacher
  • Best Art Work & Essays Project: Minnie Hughes Elementary: Doreen Bell-Campbell, lead teacher
  • Best Recipe Project: St. Andrews Math & Science Elementary: Pritchet Gibbs, lead teacher
  • Best Curriculum Project: Murray-Lasaine Elementary School, Robin Carter, lead teacher
  • Best Agricultural Project: Stiles Point Elementary: Lauren Sayle and Megan Currin, lead teachers

As the Overall Winner, Mary Ford Elementary receives a Grand Prize of 50 pounds of local strawberries, a special trophy to display at school, and a party with King of Pops. The four category winners receive a special trophy and 10 lbs. of strawberries. All students that enters in the competition will receive strawberries for their class to enjoy. The Charleston County Library Main Branch has a special display showcasing some of the items in May.

To learn more about the “Berry Creative” Strawberry Campaign, visit www.limehouseproduce.com.

Limehouse Produce Kicks-Off 2017 “Berry Creative” Strawberry Campaign for Charleston Area Schools 3.15.17

With local strawberry patches almost in full production, Limehouse Produce is excited to kick-off their annual Berry Creative Campaign. For the campaign, Charleston area elementary schools submit their best artwork and creative projects promoting strawberries. School classes can submit recipes, drawings, artwork, or stories all showcasing more about the popular fruit.

The Overall Winner receives a Grand Prize of 50 pounds of local strawberries, strawberry pops from King of Pops for a celebratory party, a special trophy to display at school, and an announcement on Limehouse Produce’s website. Every school that submits entries receive 10 lbs. of strawberries. The Charleston County Library Main Branch will have a special display showcasing some of the items in May.

To learn more about the “Berry Creative” Strawberry Campaign, visit www.limehouseproduce.com.

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