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  • Ontario Tender Fruit: Ontario Peaches, Nectarines, Pears, Plums, Tart Cherries and Grapes
    events annual reports FAQ About us Health benefits FRUITION Tender Fruit GIS DMS Cherry Juice juicy and delicious ontario tart cherries tasty and creative recipes are only a mouse click away click here Ontario Tender Fruit Events December 31 1969

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  • Ontario Tender Fruit: Ontario Peaches, Nectarines, Pears, Plums, Tart Cherries and Grapes
    sweet taste of the semi seedless Coronation Table grape is ideal for eating fresh out of hand They are also a favourite for garnish a sweet addition to cheese and fruit platters and a superb ingredient for baking and preserving Native North American varieties are known as Vitis labrusca They include Concord and Niagara which are native to Ontario Traditional European cultivars including wine grapes are Vitis vinifera In addition

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  • Ontario Tender Fruit: Ontario Peaches, Nectarines, Pears, Plums, Tart Cherries and Grapes:
    a full blue colour To store Once at home leave the grapes in their container and store in the refrigerator Use the grapes within 7 to 10 days Just before serving wash them gently in a colander To freeze Freezing grapes is simple Wash dry and de stem grapes Pack in airtight containers and freeze No sugar is required because the natural high sugar and acid level in Ontario Coronation

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  • Ontario Tender Fruit: Ontario Peaches, Nectarines, Pears, Plums, Tart Cherries and Grapes
    Barbecued Summer Fruit Gratin Bosc Pear Waffles with Coronation Grape Syrup Coronation Grape Jelly Coronation Grape Moroccan Chicken Coronation Grape Orange Conserve Moroccan Coronation Grape Couscous Ontario Grape Sicles Plum Ginger Jam Roast Beef Blue Cheese and Ontario Coronation Grape Jam Sandwich Roasted Asparagus and Coronation Grape Salad SUMMER FRUIT SALAD ROLLS Summer Trifle with Blue Grapes Wheat Berry Salad with Coronation Grapes Refine Search Select the appropriate options below

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  • Ontario Tender Fruit: Ontario Peaches, Nectarines, Pears, Plums, Tart Cherries and Grapes
    news events FAQ About us Grape nutrition facts FRUITION Tender Fruit GIS DMS fresh and flavourful ontario seedless coronation grapes tasty and creative recipes are only a mouse click away click here Ontario Tender Fruit Events December 31 1969 All

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  • Ontario Tender Fruit : News : Bananas and pears positive impact on athletes
    3 percent faster when banana and pears respectively were consumed versus water Nieman and Gillit observed 20 male cyclists during the study Each participant visited the Human Performance Laboratory three times two weeks apart After fasting overnight they drank only water or consumed water with bananas or pears before cycling 75 kilometers at high intensity The scientists measured metabolite shifts in the blood before and after the participants exercised and for one day of recovery Results indicated faster performance times when the cyclists ate bananas or pears and an improved rate of recovery Participants also reported improved energy and ability to focus mentally when ingesting fruit Natural Advantages Bananas and pears differ in sugar and phenolic profiles Bananas have a 1 1 ratio of glucose to fructose while pears have twice as much fructose as glucose Sports drinks have a sugar profile similar to bananas but in a 2012 study Gillit and Nieman showed that bananas are not only an effective alternative to sports drinks but also a healthier option In addition to their favorable sugar profile bananas also have phenolics such as dopamine that help reduce free oxygen radicals produced during high intensity exercise Bananas enhance recovery time by reducing inflammation and improving an athlete s ability to handle oxidative stress during cycling Pears perform similarly and provide a healthy alternative to bananas The results from our studies at the Appalachian State University Human Performance Laboratory at the North Carolina Research Campus show that fruits such as bananas or pears are healthy and effective alternatives to sports drinks for athletes Nieman said Source news appstate edu Other News Stories JANUARY 15 2016 Bananas and pears positive impact on athletes read more OCTOBER 14 2015 Pilot Project To Plant 130 000 Tender Fruit Trees In Niagara read more OCTOBER 13

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  • Ontario Tender Fruit : News : Pilot Project To Plant 130,000 Tender Fruit Trees In Niagara
    drivers of our region s economy for generations said Jim Bradley MPP St Catharines Partnerships are pivotal in moving significant projects forward and I m pleased to see the Greenbelt Foundation and Ontario Tender Fruit Growers work together to bring more fresh and delicious tender fruit across the province I m very excited to see The Ontario Tender Fruit Growers and the Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation form this partnership and make this very important grant announcement in support of our local tender fruit growers and the Niagara Region as a whole said Wayne Gates MPP Niagara Falls The Niagara Peninsula is Ontario s largest and most important fruit growing area and it s wonderful to see this pilot project being established in order to enhance this very significant part of our local economy Since nearly half of the region s tender fruit is grown in Niagara on the Lake agriculture is very important to our community and we are pleased to hear of the Foundation s investment in this project stated His Worship Pat Darte Lord Mayor Town of Niagara on the Lake This initiative will be an excellent stimulus for this sector and Niagara s overall economy This is the largest investment the Greenbelt Foundation has made over the last five years in the economic powerhouse that is Ontario s agriculture sector said Burkhard Mausberg CEO Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation The significant support is a signal of our commitment to partnering with Niagara s Greenbelt farmers and continuing to grow this important industry This funding provides an opportunity for growers to analyze their current product mix and strategically replant to meet consumer demand said Phil Tregunno Chair Ontario Tender Fruit Growers We greatly appreciate the Greenbelt Foundation s recognition of the tender fruit industry as a key

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  • Ontario Tender Fruit : News : Ontario Supporting Fruit and Specialty Crop Growers
    for funding through the Ontario Crop and Soil Improvement Association which administers the program and will accept applications at several times over the next couple of years The first intake is from October 22 to November 5 2015 Supporting a strong and innovative agri food industry is part of the government s economic plan for Ontario The four part plan includes investing in people s talents and skills making the largest investment in public infrastructure in Ontario s history creating a dynamic innovative environment where business thrives and building a secure retirement savings plan Quick Facts The range of eligible crops and equipment that are eligible for support was developed in consultation with Ontario Tender Fruit Growers and Ontario Apple Growers Farm gate value of the fruit crops eligible for this program exceeded 150 million in 2014 The cost sharing program is administered by the Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association Additional Resources ontario ca agriculture news Quotes Our government is pleased to be providing additional support for our apple tender fruit berry and specialty crop growers Cost sharing for these projects will help growers take advantage of the best crop protection methods available ensuring successful survival of cold weather periods and quality yields at harvest Jeff Leal Minister of Agriculture Food and Rural Affairs The Ontario Apple Growers strongly welcome the support for cold weather mitigation measures This support will help to reduce the impact of cold temperatures ensuring farmers are able to provide consumers with a more stable supply of local Ontario apples for them to enjoy Charles Stevens Chair Ontario Apple Growers Weather mitigation equipment helps to protect the tree fruit industry from unfavourable growing conditions We greatly appreciate the Ontario government s recognition of the challenges faced by farmers and the continued support Phil Tregunno Chair

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