MnStMkt PRE-ORDER Boxes of Palisade Peaches for Aug Pickup
SPECIAL DEAL: Tree-ripened, sweet-and-juicy peaches come direct from small orchard in Palisade, Colorado, within days of being picked. Reserve your box (lug) of 30-40 peaches now.
Palisade peaches are famously grown on the Western Slope of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains. Known for being extra juicy and extra sweet, thanks to long sunny days and cool, dry summer nights in high-elevation Colorado, which help all those delicious fruity sugars develop.
Box: 18-22 lbs, 30-40 peaches
Cost: $40.00 for members; $45.00 for non-members.
LIMIT: 3 boxes per household.
Pickup Dates: Thursday, August 12 (SOLD OUT); Tuesday, August 31 (STILL AVAILABLE)
Palisade Produce is an herbicide-free small orchard operation.David Cox reports: “We have made it through the winter and spring freeze season with a good peach crop! After experiencing a late blossom, we are on track for a later than normal picking season. I know you are going to love these peaches!”
Expect a beautiful, large freestone peach that is firm and wonderfully sweet! These peaches are meant to be eaten not long after picking — or preserved by freezing or canning.
--SOLD OUT: Suncrest peaches: Delivery Thursday, Aug 12 (morning). Gets its name from the lighter colors of orange and yellow as they ripen. A drip-down-your-chin peach. Suncrest was made famous in the book “Epitaph for a Peach: Four Seasons on My Family Farm,” by David Mas Masumoto (1995). Originated in Fresno, California, released in 1959.
--STILL AVAILABLE: Cresthaven peaches: Delivery Tuesday, Aug 31 (afternoon). Large fruit with colors of red blending into orange and yellow. Very juicy. Firm flesh and almost fuzzless. Developed in South Haven, Michigan, released in 1963. Freestone.
Are you a Member-Owner at the Minnesota Street Market (St. Joseph Food & Art Cooperative)?
For Tuesday, August 31 Pickup. Box: 18-22 lbs, 30-40 peaches. Cost: $40.00 for members; $45.00 for non-members
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