Fruit Storage
for Your Fresh Organic Mixed Fruit
and
Bulk Organic Fruits

DELIVERY
SCHEDULE

Full Season of Mixed
FRESH FRUIT

Choose Your Schedule:

Weekly:
- 16 deliveries -
weeks 1-16


Every Other Week
BLUE Schedule:
- 8 deliveries -
weeks
1,3,5,7,9,11,13,15


Every Other Week
ORANGE Schedule:
- 8 deliveries -
weeks
2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16


FRUIT BULK PACKS
ALA CARTE Pre-ordered
Delivered when seasonally available,
notice given in Newsletter
for ordering and deliveries.


RASPBERRIES

BLUEBERRIES

CHERRIES

PEACHES

PLUMS

APPLES

PEARS


Other Fruits
as Requested or Available

Blackberries
Strawberries
Cranberries
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PEACHES and NECTARINES: Take the peaches and
nectarines out of the box and store them on the counter at room
temperature. Try to leave a little space between each piece of or
soft spot shows up: this is not uncommon with organic stonefruit
because there are no waxes or fungicides coating the skin. Just
cut off the bad spot and eat the rest. The peaches and nectarines
will yield to gentle thumb pressure when ripe. Note that the
varieties
that have white flesh have a very high sugar content. When
soft to gentle pressure, you can put some peaches in wash and
slice them, removing the pit. Lay them out on a baking sheet and
freeze. When they are frozen, transfer them to an airtight bag into
smoothies, especially once fresh peaches are no longer in
season.
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BERRIES:Put your blueberries in the coldest part of the refrigerator.
berries out in a bowl at room temperature. You can freeze any berries
by putting them first on a cookie sheet to freeze then storing in a
zip-loc freezer bag. When eating blueberries fresh, wash the portion
you want to eat, and keep the rest dry in the refrigerator.
GRAPES:
Store the grapes in the coldest part of the refrigerator, and wash them
right before eating.
STORAGE and RIPENING of Your Fruit