Monday, October 08, 2007

Honeycrisp

The Honeycrisp apple season is well underway. We have a very nice crop of Honeycrisp apples. The New England favorite Macoun are just starting to be picked in Northern New York. The Cortland apple which many people love for salads and pies are also ready. Another great New York Apple we are picking is the Empire apple.

Many people are already utilizing our fruit for months program and others enjoy our Honeycrisp sample pack that gives you the option of 1/2 Honeycrisp apples and picking another variety.

As you can see in the picture our Grandson Carter has taken over quality control and has officially approved this years SnappyMacs. Carter has decided that the McIntosh apples are a big hit.

CA and AZ customers will be getting their shipments starting approximately October 15th. CA and AZ Departments or Agriculture require that apples be in cold storage for 45 days before the apples can be shipped into their States. The great State of New York even prints a nice sticker that we have to buy and put on each box to certify that we participate in this program.

Honeycrisp and our other apples are the staple of our business but soon you will see us offering some Wine products from the lovely Napa Valley of California. More information to come but this is one of our Honeycrisp customers who owns a fabulous Winery in Napa. Over the last year we and our friends and family have been sampling this wine and have determined it is some of the best Wine we have ever had. Honeycrisp and Wine what a great combination.
As always dont forget our troops! Remember with "Operation Apple" our company, friends and customers pick up the tab for the shipping to "any" apo or FPO address.
Paul

1 comment:

Natalie said...

Oh that explains what happened to my honeycrisp apples!

Darn. Now I have to wait a long time for the again.

I eat one every day at 3:00 and now I have to settle for Pink Ladies!! >:P