Cold-Cut Platter? Nope — It’s Charcuterie!

Cold-Cut Platter? Nope — It’s Charcuterie!

So you always thought we invented cold cut and cheese platters in modern times? Hold your roll — charcuterie is an ancient art that stretches back to 14th Century France! But it’s had a real renaissance of late.

The Buzz About Bees

The Buzz About Bees

About a third of all crops require direct pollination by bees, including 70 of the top 100 primary sources of our food. Take away the bees, you take away the food.

Sweet Vidalia Reboot, Part 2

Sweet Vidalia Reboot, Part 2

The stories out of Vidalia, GA are probably our favorite part of everything we do. We love it all, but there’s something special about this onion and the people who grow it.

Sweet Vidalia Reboot, Part 1

Sweet Vidalia Reboot, Part 1

The legendary Vidalia Onion might be the greatest accident in the history of ag. It’s hard to imagine living without ’em now, but they actually didn’t even exist until the 1930s.

Eat Your Broccoli!

Eat Your Broccoli!

Broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower are some of the healthiest veggies on Earth — but in the field they look like they’re from another planet.

Farming The Seas

Farming The Seas

We know our dirt farmers have tough jobs. We thought the same might be true for fishermen in the wild-caught industry. We were right.

The Watermelon Capital Of The World

The Watermelon Capital Of The World

There’s an organization that measures the world’s sweetest watermelons each year. Cordele, GA always wins — Watermelon frames the culture this small town.

A Real Family Farm

A Real Family Farm

Mom, Dad, three kids — one farm. From blackeyed peas and butterbeans to 300 head of cattle, every member of the family is involved, There’s not much screentime here!

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