Ambrosia is a sweet, low-acid apple with a heavenly aroma. Crisp in texture, its fine-grained flesh is crunchy and very juicy! </br> </br> Apples are good source of fibre and vitamin C. They are also great at regulating blood sugar and provide a great source of energy to start the day.
Gala apples are one of the most common varieties of apple. They are a cross between the Cox Pippen, Red Delicious and Golden Delicious. </br> </br> Gala apples are a great snacking fruit as they are low in calories, high in water content and offer a fair amount of vitamins A, C and B. They also contain a dietary fiber known as pectin, which has been shown to lower cholesterol levels and help prevent heart attacks. They also contain trace amounts of boron, which has been touted for its ability to help build strong bones.
Akane is useful early season apple with an unusually good balance of sweet and sharp flavors. The flesh is firm rather than crisp, but with plenty of juice.<br> Akane was developed in Japan in the 1930s, and represents an unusual marriage of the classic English early variety, Worcester Pearmain, and the high quality American heritage apple variety, Jonathan - and it is a marriage that works very successfully.
The MacIntosh style is typified by attractive dark red or (more often) crimson colours, and a crunchy bite, often with bright white flesh. </br></br>The MacIntosh style is typified by attractive dark red or (more often) crimson colours, and a crunchy bite, often with bright white flesh. The flavor is simple and direct, generally sweet but with refreshing acidity. In general these apples keep reasonably well in store, but the flavour fades quite quickly - although remaining perfectly pleasant. Nevertheless to get the full vinous sugar rush it is best to eat it right away.
Gala apples are always a crowd pleaser. Their dense flesh is creamy yellow and crisp, offering a mildly sweet flavour and flora aroma. Gala’s that are allowed to reach the peak of their sweetness on the tree will have a deeper red hue and a slightly sweeter flavour.
Ambrosia apples are bi-colored with butter-yellow skin blushed with red. They're crisp and juicy with a sweet flavour and low acidity. Ambrosia apples are a great source of both soluble and insoluble fiber, which has been shown to help lower cholesterol and aid in digestion. They are also low in calories and contain vitamins A and C, most of which is located in the skin.
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Ambrosia apples are a variety discovered in the Similkameen Valley, BC! Pink skinned, with yellow flesh that is crisp and juicy with a sweet flavour and low acidity.<br> ***Please store in a cold room or cold garage if you don't have enough fridge space. These should be processed within days of receiving if you don’t have proper storage. <br><br>
$109.99/35 lbs case
The Honeycrisp apple has a nearly perfect balance of sweet, with a hint of tart and is very juicy. </br></br>Apples are very low in Saturated Fat, Cholesterol and Sodium. They're also a good source of Dietary Fiber and Vitamin C.
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This is a fridge-ready, delicious 3 litre box of apple cider with no added sugars, sweeteners, and not from concentrate. We made this ourselves on our own farm, from Jonagold Apples and it is delicious. It is pasteurized and can keep 12 months unopened from the time it is packaged. Once opened, keep refrigerated for 3 months.
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These apples have some bruises and other wear but are still great for juicing, dehydrating and baking with. There may be a few spots that need to be trimmed off but this is still an amazing deal!!<br> ***Please store in a cold room or cold garage if you don't have enough fridge space and should be processed
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When you think of a pear, it is probably a Bartlett pear. Bartlett pears have that quintessential pear flavour, to cure your fruit hunger! </br></br>When you think of a pear, it is probably a Bartlett pear. Bartlett pears have that quintessential pear flavour, to cure your fruit hunger! </br></br> Bartlett Pears are very low in Saturated Fat, Cholesterol and Sodium. They're also a good source of Vitamin C, and a very good source of Dietary Fibre.
Despite having a texture similar to that of apples, Asian pears closely resemble other pear varieties in their nutritional profile. These fruits are high in fiber, low in calories and contain a number of micronutrients that are important for blood, bone and cardiovascular health. Although delicious on their own, the light sweetness and crispy texture of Asian pears makes them a unique addition to any salad or stir fry.
$4.29/2 per (small)
Strawberries are incredible sources of antioxidants! They rank very high on antioxidant food surveys, especially considering the amount that we consume... which is usually a lot because they are so delicious. Also high in vitamin C, fibre, and folate. They are sources of natural sugars which actually help balance and regulate our blood sugar levels. <br><br>Please enjoy right away as berries don't last long in their original packaging. 3 days is our freshness guarentee<br> We recommend washing in a vinegar bath, drying and storing in a glass container to extend shelf life. In their plastic containers, strawberries will not remain fresh for as long.
Related to the Concord grape, the Coronation is a widely popular grape in Canada and is a very flavourful fruit. Sweet-sour bursts of deliciousness. </br></br>Coronation grapes are a varietal of the Concord that has less seeds, although not completely seedless. Very delicious and full of healthy sugars, carbs, and antioxidants.
$6.79/approx 1 lb
Early season yellow peaches. These are fantastic tasting peaches that will be sure to make your mouth watering for more. </br></br> Early Vareities can be on the harder side with their stones attached to the flesh. Stay tuned for the later season peaches for that juicy flavor best that is better for canning
Italian plums are the best plums for canning or drying into prunes<br><br> ****By ordering by the case you are getting a considerable discount however you accept the risk that there may be some waste
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These guys are loaded with soluble fibre, sweet sugars, and vitamin C. The black skin is loaded with healthy antioxidants as well. So dig in! </br></br>Significant antioxidant potential due to high concentration of phenols and anthocyanins, black plums are also high in Vitamin C which can help with iron absorption.
Characterized by its loose skin, mandarins are not always beautiful on the outside. Sometimes marketed as the "Ugly Tangerine" because of it's sometimes lumpy appearence. Originally called "Kid Glove" because of its loose skin, it was renamed for Colonel G. L. Dancy, who cultivated it at his grove in Orange Mills, Florida, about 1867.<br> It is a superior fruit, both for pulp and juice, but it does have many seeds. It is a reddish-orange, sweet, with a tart plum-like flavour, and is the leading tangerine in US production<br> Dancy tangerines are an excellent source of vitamin C, folate, and potassium. They also contain high amounts of vitamin A, beta-carotene and antioxidant-rich flavonoids.
Valencias are known for being the king of orange juice. This is a 4 pound bag of sweet oranges are perfect for your juicer. </br></br>Oranges are rich in fibre, folate, and of course vitamin C which contributes heavily to oranges antioxidant protection and immune support. Feeling sick? Eat some oranges!
Pucker up for these sour and sweet lemons. Add juice or zest to soups, dips, mayonnaise and whipped cream. Also fantastic on fish. </br></br> In addition to their unique phytonutrient properties, lemons and limes are an excellent source of vitamin C, one of the most important antioxidants in nature. Vitamin C is one of the main antioxidants found in food and the primary water-soluble antioxidant in the body. Vitamin C travels through the body neutralizing any free radicals with which it comes into contact with. Be free radical free, eat some vitamin C!
A two pound bag of Organic Lemons. Time to make lemonade! </br> </br> In addition to their unique phytonutrient properties, lemons and limes are an excellent source of vitamin C, one of the most important antioxidants in nature. Vitamin C is one of the main antioxidants found in food and the primary water-soluble antioxidant in the body. Vitamin C travels through the body neutralizing any free radicals with which it comes into contact with. Be free radical free, eat some vitamin C!