NY Orchard Share

NY Orchard Share

NY Orchard Share : $216/108 = $12 a week for 18/9 weeks

NY Orchard Share 2011

Enjoy the best of NY’s local fruit harvest; delicious peaches, plums, apricots, apples and pears grown on a neighboring orchard (near MimoMex Farm) in the Goshen region. Because the produce will be handled less, locally grown fruit does not have to be “rugged” or to stand up to the rigors of shipping.  This means that you are going to be getting peaches so ripe that they fall apart as you eat them,plums that would have been smashed to bits if they were sold using traditional methods, and apples that were allowed to ripen until the last possible minute on the tree.  Why throw your money away on fruit that has shed much of its taste, nutrition, and color on the journey from distant lands like California, China, and Mexico when you can enjoy the immediate vibrancy of locally New York grown fruit.

NY Orchard Share 2011

NY Orchard Share 2011

NY Orchard Share 2011

NY Orchard Share 2011

NY Orchard Share 2011

NY Orchard Share 2011

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  1. […] Full ORCHARD – Info Page Here […]

  2. […] in our case, a three-block walk) to make food. This week, there was more to tote home. The NY Orchard Share was one box each of raspberries and cherries. The raspberries were especially beautiful, […]

  3. […] a lot of time cooking up dinners – the OH MY PIE! share. This baker’s combo of the NY Orchard Share & Egg share is the perfect union for those who like to bust out those peach pies, plum cobblers, […]

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