Apples are America’s most popular fruit and with good reason – they’re a delicious, natural, healthy food that can be enjoyed anytime, either as a simple snack or as a part of your favorite recipe. There are many varieties of Apple to appeal to a wide range of tastes and uses.
We deal with many of the largest apple shippers in the Pacific Northwest, as well as importers from New Zealand and Chile.
Tall almost heart-shaped, with a deep red color and a mellow, sweet flavor.
Red / Orange stripes with a yellow background. Crisp and sweet.
Round shape, mostly pink or striped pink over a yellow or light green background. Crisp with a strong sweet flavor.
Solid green color with occasional pink blush. Very crisp with a strong, tart flavor.
Solid light yellow or light green skin and a mild sweet flavor.
Reddish-orange on green or yellow background. Crisp texture and a distinctive, tart-sweet flavor.
Similar all-red coloring as a Red Delicious but more round in shape. Sweet, slightly tart flavor.
Round, with pink and red coloring. Very crisp with a strong, sweet-tart flavor.
Mixture of red orange and yellow coloring. Crisp with a very sweet and juicy flavor.
Pears are another very popular fruit for snacking, salads, and cooking. Some of the more popular varieties we offer:
The most popular pear variety. Green when picked, slowly turning yellow as they ripen
Brown or russet in color, whith longer, thinner neck than other pears. Firm texture and a spicy-sweet flavor.
Available in both green and red varieties. Shorter, with less distinct neck than Bartletts. Good for snacking and baking
A smaller variety with a short neck. very sweet and juicy when ripe. Mostly green with some occasional blush, turns slightly yellow as they ripen
Small, green, with distinctive red freckle patteron on their skin. Turn from green to yellow as they ripen. Very sweet and good for snacking or as a desert.
Generally dark maroon in color, the red d’anjou is recognizable also by its egg-shaped appearance. Sweeter than its green counterpart, this red pear adds a juicy, colorful addition to salads or desserts. This variety is in season from September to May.
Nicknamed ‘sugar pears’ these bite-size pears are particularly sweet as honey. Though they are green in background, a deep red blush can encompass the entire surface. Perfect for canning or the lunch box these are in season from September through February.
One of the first varieties of pears to be available – from August through January – this summer pear is both sweet in taste and floral in aroma. As a Starkrimson ripens the color develops from a deep red to a bright crimson beauty and the skin thins. Producing a sweet juice, these are equally complementary for sweet or salty accompaniment.
Fresh Cherries are a Summer Treat! Cherries are generally available for only a few short months in the summer, but in that time they pack in a year’s worth of flavor. We can bring cherries from California usually starting in May, and from Washington starting in mid June to Early July. Cherry season usually lasts until August, but every year is different.
We can also bring the following fresh fruit from California, Washington, and Idaho, as needed: