From Forklift to Fork: A Day in the Life of Robbie Sigona, Produce Buyer

Jul 26, 2022

Sigona's Office Deliveries Quarterly Feature

While we’re fast asleep, the workday is just beginning for cab drivers, bakers, stockers, and the people who source the produce at your favorite restaurants and independent grocery stores. Robbie Sigona is one of them. He buys award winning produce for Sigona’s ...

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Summer’s Seasonal Produce

Jul 01, 2022

Perfect Now

Stone fruit season is here through August or September! White and yellow peaches, as well as nectarines, are delicious and of good quality. Apricots are usually the first stone fruit to hit and the first to go, so get them while you still can. We’ve been getting ...

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Why is my orange green?

Jun 23, 2022

Fruit fact! Despite their name, oranges are winter fruits that need cool weather to get their namesake color. As the fruit matures on the tree, it develops chlorophyll, which is vital for photosynthesis and allows fruit to absorb energy from sunlight. Cold nights cause the fruit to lose the green ...

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All About Stone Fruit

Jun 01, 2022

The peachiest season

Nothing says spring like a freshly ripened peach, sweet-tart apricot, or vibrantly red cherry. It’s almost as if sticky fingers and peach juice-stained chins are the official uniforms of warmer weather! Stone fruit season begins mid-to-late April and runs until October. While you might see peaches ...

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Four Office-friendly Salad Hacks

May 25, 2022

Wilted greens? Soggy croutons? Leaky dressing containers? When that midday lunch salad is good, it’s good, but when it’s bad, it’s really bad! Luckily, we’ve got some salad hacks to help you take your salad from a lunch you have to eat, to one you want ...

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