Coke Farms
Organic Lemons, Meyer
Product code: PR100584NPO
$4.99
for 1lb (454g) Bag
Organic Organic Vegan/Dairy Free Vegan/Dairy Free
About the product
The Meyer lemon (named for Frank N. Meyer, who first imported the fruit from China in 1908) is not actually a true lemon. Rather, it's a hybrid, probably a cross between a lemon and a mandarin orange. Its light orange-yellow flesh is sweeter than a lemon's, and it has a thin, smooth skin.
This product traveled 1646 km to reach our warehouse.
Features: Organic , Vegan/Dairy Free
General information
Storage Tip: Can last at room temperature for up to two weeks.

Preparation Tip: To get maximum juice out of a lemon, pierce it with a sharp knife and heat it in a microwave for 30 seconds or in boiling water for 2 minutes before squeezing.

Did you know... Small and medium lemons are juicier than large lemons

Culinary Compatibility: Lemons can be used with just about anything, such as to perk up veggies, in soups, salads, with seafood, desserts and preserves.

Health Information: One 47 gram lemon has 21 mg of vitamin C and is rich in flavonoids
About the vendor
Coke Farms Coke Farms
San Juan Bautista, CA
Coke Farm is a family-run operation started by Dale and his sister Madelene. Christine Coke joined the farm after she married Dale. Dale began the farm in 1981, with 1/4 acre of strawberries. Initially, he did all the work himself, delivering locally to restaurants and local markets, and growing more vegetables as the market expanded. In fact, Dale's foray into organic gardening was at a fortuitous time, coinciding with the explosion of California cuisine and its demand for esoteric, high-quality and organic vegetables.

Over the years, Coke Farm has grown to its current size of 400 acres on various ranches spread around the San Juan Bautista area. Each site has its own microclimate, soil conditions, and water type, creating different challenges in each area. As it has grown, the farm has changed its focus, moving more to mainstream varieties, but the farm still keeps a few more 'interesting' crops, like pomegranate, cassis, and red currants. Coke Farm's main crops now are strawberries, lettuces (10 varieties), broccoli, celery, and cauliflower, plus what's in season now: beets, celeriac, parsnips, leeks, spring mix, and braising mix.

Coke Farm is proud to be continuing its tradition by growing three main varieties of strawberries. Christine's favorite is Chandler, a dark, round, medium-sized berry with an intense fragrance and a very sweet flavor. Coke Farm also grows Seascape and Aroma strawberries and trials other varieties.

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