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shipping info - 25 Carloads of Artichokes and Sprouts Shipped...
25 Carloads of Artichokes and Sprouts Shipped Twenty-five Twenty-five Twenty-five carloads of arti chokes and brussels sprouts were shipped for eastern markets by the United Artichoke Growers of California last week. This amount indicated an increase over the produce shipped last year at this time, according to L. Polleti, man ager. Brussels sprouts have furnish- furnish- hlpments this season. Because of latgc, iicivcuLagc ui lilt; the unusually dry weather, the ar tichokes headed up too soon, but with the rain of the past week growers expect the quality of the artichokes to be improved. ' Twelve days is the time required required for; the shipping of the produce produce to the eastern coast with distributing distributing markets at New York and Philadelphia. Th eartichokes are packed in refrigerator cars, but special -care -care must "be taken with the- the- brussels sprouts, which are packed in drums with 40 pounds of ice to 50 pounds of sprouts. i

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  1. Santa Cruz Evening News,
  2. 19 Nov 1930, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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