The May 23, 2013 edition of Market Fresh (heard LIVE locally on Krush 92.5 FM) features the latest fresh food news, market weather, and a lively variety of guests.
8:00 a.m. PDT - HOUR #1: Vitamin C and gout. Navigators USA. Exploring North Lake Tahoe in the summer.
9:00 a.m. PDT - HOUR #2: Food Beverage and Travel News. Top "food fraud" items.
8:00 a.m. PDT - HOUR #1: News with Patti Piburn. Author Melanie Warner on her book, Pandora's Lunchbox. Firehouse garndening. Sonoma County's safe streets adoption.
9:00 a.m. PDT - HOUR #2: New PCH Devil's Slide bypass tunnels open in Bay Area. The Fewer Fridays challenge. James Beard 2013 nominees. Craft brew explosion.
Tonight's edition of Market Fresh (heard locally on Krush 92.5 FM) features Superfood Certification by SCS Global Services and a project to grow coffee beans on California's Central Coast with Jim Shanley of Shanley Farms.
Our show airs live each week from 5:30 to 6:00 p.m. from the corner of Higuera and Court Streets in downtown San Luis Obispo, Calif.
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Chemicals found naturally in certain honeys are good for treating bacterial infections, including bacteria strains that have become resistant to antibiotics, according to research out of Australia.
Scientists are narrowing down how certain chemicals found in red wine and chocolate can provide health benefits to those who consume them.
There’s plenty for Chicken Little to scream about these days, as a series of meteor and asteroid events are making headlines around the globe.
California vineyards produced more grapes for the 2012 crush than during any other time in the state's history.
This year's Super Bowl match-up between San Francisco and Baltimore didn't only see the largest television audience in football history, it also spurred the greatest consumption of avocados since such statistics were first gathered for the big game.