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Archive for May, 2018

Burkart Stone Fruit Season Kicks Off

Earl’s proudly continues to sell our peaches and nectarines by variety. Burkart Stone Fruit starts up this week with Honey Rich Apriums and early yellow peach varieties, Spring Flame and Crimson Lady.

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Burkart Stone Fruit

Now is the time to take advantage of Burkart stone fruit! Picked at optimum maturity with the highest sugar levels, Burkart stone fruit has outstanding flavor and is a real crowd pleaser! Burkart grows high-quality organic stone fruit on 65 acres near Dinuba along the northern border of Tulare County about four hours south of San Francisco. One of the advantages of working with small growers like Burkart, is that they spend extra time focusing on the quality of the stone fruit, going through their orchard and doing several picks of each variety. Many larger growers will go through the orchard two times and do a strip pick to get all the fruit as opposed to selecting fruit that is at optimum maturity for peak flavor.

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Earl’s Organic Buyer’s Notes May 27th

California Cherry season remains tight this week with better availability mid-week. Dwelley cherries expected to arrive beginning of June. California Strawberries are plentiful with Tomatero, Sun Valley, Arroyo Grande and Rancho Don Antonio in house. Don’t miss Tomatero’s beautiful open pints. California Peaches, Nectarines, Plums and Pluots look beautiful and each week we will continue to see new varieties. Don’t miss out on Burkart Apriums. It will be a short season due to heavy freezes in late February.




Earl’s Organic Buyer’s Notes May 20th

California Stone Fruit is here! Apricots, Cherries(Sequoia), Yellow and White Nectarines, Yellow Peaches and Doughnut Peaches have all landed.





Earl’s Organic Buyer’s Notes May 13th

California Stone Fruit Arriving! Apricots, Apriums, Cherries, Yellow and White Peaches and Yellow Nectarines should all make an appearance next week.






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