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Organic Citrus Grown by Ken's Top Notch Produce | Marina & San Mateo

Melanie Wong | Feb 19, 201707:15 PM    

Only two food farmers at the Sunday farmers market in Marina this morning vending in the rain and wind. I'm glad I showed up because the organic citrus grown by Ken's Top Notch Produce in Reedley was incredible today. The Cara Cara oranges are large, juicy, sweet and deeply flavored. Tango tangerines, a mutant of Murcotts, have the same intense flavor and aromatics of its parent but with deeper and more uniform color and reliably seedless. They're $2.50 per pound.

I learned that it started selling at the Saturday morning market in San Mateo this past year. So look for Ken's stand there too.
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