Brian Olson said he will spend the rest of his life further cultivating what he said is the country's new "super berry" - and he is thrilled. The berries are "hardy, the fruit's great and I'm really excited for it because I think it can be a new commercial crop in this state that people can actually commercially grow," he said. The berry Olson is excited about grows from the Japanese haskap plant, and because of its resiliency, he said it will be a significant contribution in a state that is not predominately known for its crop productions.
PETERSBURG (AP) -- Pot shrimpers in Southeast are being warned to maintain quality or Japanese buyers won't be interested in purchasing Alaska shrimp.
...does not affect its nutritional value, it may affect consumer eye appeal, and, therefore, the retail price. "A lot of products are good uses of non-premium raw material," Sunderland said. "If something doesn't fillet right, or have...
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