The time is ripe for top-quality Chilean tree fruit. Retailers in different markets searched this year for ways to bring shoppers imported tree fruit that is ripe, fragrant and flavorful, and they were willing to do some work to get it. "We would like to get our fruit in a little more ripe condition," said Norm Frewin, senior vice president and director of produce for Randall's Food Markets, Houston, who is traveling to Chile this month to visit growers and shippers. Ripening will be on ...

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