The Chinos sell their ears just hours after harvesting them. “Stores could never do that.”

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New York Times and New Yorker rave about Chino's in Rancho Santa Fe

Sugar in your ears

“The morning air humidity at the [Chinos’] farm averages around forty percent — compared with about eighty-five percent in the prolific farm belt of central Florida, where the produce has a more watery, less concentrated flavor.”

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