• So, You Think You Know Wasabi? Think Again!

    So, you think you know wasabi? Most wasabi paste you see on the shelves isn’t even wasabi at all. In fact, you’d be lucky to find more than 1% of real wasabi powder in the ingredients. Most of what we consume in the U.S. is a green horseradish paste meant to mimic the bite of real wasabi.

    True wasabi comes from a leafy, green plant that requires full shade and an abundance of water.

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  • Your Guide to Apple Season at Jungle Jim’s

    • Posted: 10/12/2018
    • Categories: Produce

    Autumn is here and with it comes a wealth of seasonal fruits and vegetables. The most popular fruit now in season is, of course, the apple! Many people look forward to October because it’s a great month for picking apples, baking apple pies, or making fresh apple cider, all of which are treasured fall traditions shared by many. However, with the wide array of apple variants and relatively little explanation as to their differences, shopping for apples can be stupefying!

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  • South Carolina Freestone Peaches Arrive in Time for Fourth

    • Posted: 7/2/2018
    • Categories: Produce

    You asked, and we listened. We’re excited to announce that our most popular produce is here just in time for the Fourth of July! Starting now, Cooley Farms South Carolina freestone peaches are back at Jungle Jim’s for the summer season!


    Located in South Carolina, Cooley Farms is widely known and well-loved by customers. In fact, many locals have been visiting the “peach shed,” as it was originally called, for decades.

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  • In Season For a Limited Time – Sumo Citrus (Basically The Sweetest Orange Ever)

    • Posted: 1/11/2018
    • Categories: Produce

    ​Sumo Citrus has arrived at Jungle Jim’s, and just in time! Regardless of how low the temperature gets outside, this California grown, Mandarin Orange varietal will bring memories of summer flooding back as soon as you start to remove the peel.

    First introduced in the late 1970’s, Jungle Jim’s was, at one time, the farthest east you could purchase this juicy, sweet, and surprisingly easy going citrus. Packed with flavor, the name is derived from its signature bump,

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