Host a Winning World Cup Party with Pineapple Salsa
Create a Father’s Day feast with this finger lickin’ Pineapple BBQ Chicken. You’re only a few simple ingredients away from this juicy, delicious meal bound to impress dad and the rest of the family!
Beat the heat this summer with this creamy, fruity, tropical treat! These Pineapple Coconut Yogurt Pops are perfect for an afternoon snack in the sun.
• 1 cup Chestnut Hill Farms Pineapple
• 1 cup canned light coconut milk
• 2 (5.3 oz) containers non-fat pineapple yogurt
• 3/4 tsp. coconut extract
• 1 tbsp. sugar
To create this sweet summertime treat, combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Pour the mixture into popsicle molds and insert popsicle sticks. Freeze overnight and enjoy!
· Tropical Storm Alberto probably brought a slight increase in precipitation
· Early week heavy downpours deposited 97.9 mm (close to 4 inches) of precipitation
· We continue to increase harvest age – 83 % of our fruit was harvested at 22 WAF
· Average brix was 15 degrees with 93% of our fruit above 13.5 brix
Need a quick, healthy way to jumpstart your day? This Strawberry Pineapple Smoothie Bowl gives you a satisfying start with a tropical twist in just a few easy steps.
1 Chestnut Hill Farms Pineapple
1 cup strawberries
1.5 cup almond or coconut milk
To create your smoothie bowl, first core and slice your Chestnut Hill Farms pineapple. Next, in a blender, add the pineapple, banana, strawberries, choice of milk and ice if desired. Blend on low speed until the mixture is smooth and creamy. Next, simply add the toppings of your choice. Almonds or chocolate bits make a perfect pairing!
Check out some more bowl recipes here.
·Another week with rainfall concentrated during the weekend
·78.9 mm (3.1 inches) of precipitation recorded
·Almost 40% of the fruit harvested was NDF fruit
·NDF fruit all identified with color ribbons providing good age control and no quality issues expected
· A very dry week with only one day of rainfall that managed to bring 50.5 mm (2 inches) of rainfall.
· Great opportunity to continue bringing all good husbandry practices up to date
· NDF harvest in full force.
· Quality continues to be outstanding.
· A sincere thank you to those customers that are supporting our peak harvest.
Chestnut Hill Farms is proud to support C&I Reach and “The Pineapple Guy” in a mission to construct the largest pineapple pyramid in the world.
Utilizing 5,525 pineapples from Chestnut Hill Farms, Perry Finley, aka “The Pineapple Guy,” will construct the pyramid on Saturday, May 26 at 6 p.m. EST at the FATVillage Art Walk at C&I Studios in Fort Lauderdale.
Chestnut Hill Farms, a grower and worldwide distributor of premium Costa Rican pineapples, is providing over 6 tons of pineapple at discounted cost for event contribution. Proceeds will benefit C&I Reach Inc., a 501(c)3 that provides support for organizations around the world who are fighting for positive change.
“We have a focus on sustainable farming practices and giving back to our community, which starts here on our farms in Costa Rica,” said Carlos Granda, Chestnut Hill Farms sales manager and project coordinator. “We are happy to work with C&I Reach and ‘The Pineapple Guy’ in their mission to create positive change worldwide through the utilization of our pineapples.”
Chestnut Hill Farms grows and distributes “The Perfect Pineapple” worldwide, and offers recipe ideas and tips to help promote the consumption of this healthy, delicious fruit.
“Chestnut Hill Farms embodies everything behind the message this world record attempt hopes to spread – that we all have the ability to change the world, one pineapple at a time,” said Finley. “Costa Rica occupies a special place in my heart, so I’m honored to partner with a company so committed to socially responsible business practices, protecting the land and giving back to that community. Plus, what better way to break the world record for world’s largest pineapple pyramid than with The Perfect Pineapple?”
About Chestnut Hill Farms:
Chestnut Hill Farms is one of the world’s leading growers and distributors of premium-quality Costa Rican pineapples. It is in the areas of food safety, traceability, environmental responsibility and social accountability that we have built the Chestnut Hill Farms brand. Contact us here.
With warm, sunny days and hot summer nights quickly approaching, nothing says “summer” quite like a Memorial Day weekend bash to kick off the changing of the seasons. This means a weekend full of family, friends and fun grilling out and soaking up the sun with some home-cooked grub. Show off your patriotic side with these fresh berry skewers that are bound to stand out at any party.
The first step is to find that perfect pineapple. For tips on how to find the sweetest berry of the bunch, visit the link here. Yes, we did say berry! According to Union County College, the pineapple belongs to the bromeliad family and is one of few bromeliads to produce an edible fruit. So actually, a pineapple is made up of several berries that fuse together around a central core. Those “scales” that you see on a pineapple? Well, those are all separate berries!
Once that perfect pineapple has been found, the fruit should be diced into cubes. Then simply layer the pineapple on skewers with fresh raspberries, blueberries and strawberries to create a sweet patriotic treat!
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· A very timely change in climatic conditions during week 18
· Only 22.3 mm (less than 1 inch) of rainfall recorded
· More of the same is the forecast for the next 2 weeks
· NDF harvest is underway and favorable weather is a plus
· Most of our fruit being harvested at 22 WAF
· Promotional opportunity to last for arrivals through mid June