Thank you for another successful year of fundraising! 2011 was a year that saw many great and innovative changes at Pee Jay's, and we have more in store for 2012!! Don't forget, it's never too early to sign up for your 2012 fruit sale. We hope that everyone had a great Holiday Season, and here's wishing you a safe and prosperous New Year! - Your friends at Pee Jay's Fresh Fruit
Price Lists are published & fruit sales are in full swing! If you are interested in holding a Fall Fruit Sale with Pee Jay's Fresh Fruit, it's still not too late to sign up! If you would like a price list, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 800-847-6141!
Anyone that's been on Google today has seen this logo: Wonder why it's up there? Today is the 118th birthday of Albert Szent-Györgyi, who is credited with discovering Vitamin C. Vitamin C is commonly associated with citrus fruits, like oranges and lemons, because they were among the first sources readily available to surgeons on shipping vessels in the late 1700's. While oranges are excellent sources of Vitamin C, containing about 50mg/100g, they pale in comparison to the wild potato which contains 3,100mg/100g of Vitamin C! For a great list of items and their Vitamin C content Click Here! Thanks to Google for recognizing the works of Mr. Szent-Györgyi & Micah Warren from Large Media for the heads up!
THIS DATE IN PEE JAY'S HISTORY... September 2, 1982 was Domenic's first day with Pee Jay's Fresh Fruit. 29 years later, he's still going strong and Pee Jay's hasn't been the same since! Congratulations Domenic and here's wishing you another 29 years! To send a message to Domenic, email him at email@example.com.
Oranges are filled with disease phytochemicals. These substances, such as flavornoids, which are found in oranges, act as antioxidants and may protect against heart disease.
School is starting back up. Time to start thinking about your fundraising plans, and nothing is better than a fruit sale with Pee Jay's Fresh Fruit! Give us a call at 800-847-6141 to get started!
Christopher Columbus is credited with discovering the pineapple on the island of Guadeloupe in 1493, although the fruit had long been grown in South America. He called it piña de Indes meaning "pine of the Indians."
In 1873 three navel orange trees were brought from Brazil and planted in Riverside, California. The trees started producing fruit in 1878. Today, one of the three original trees is still alive and producing fruit.
Did you know…that the grapefruit got its name from the way it grows in clusters (like grapes) on the tree?
Did you know...The name “pineapple” came from Spanish Explorers who said it looked like a pinecone. Pineapples are the world’s symbol for hospitality, and when presented to someone it’s symbolic of saying “You're Perfect".