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Pink – A new color for a new food crop

publication date: Nov 1, 2011
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GingerThere is a new crop on the scene and the Wiedigers just HAD to get on the bandwagon! The new crop is ginger. That’s not new, you might think. But wait, this is not the same as that fresh ginger you bought at your favorite produce counter — ginger with a tough outer skin and lots of fiber inside, making skinning and grating it a challenge. Oh no, this is something entirely different. This is a tender, skinless, almost fiber-free ginger, and, wait for it, beautifully pink and white!

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