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Apples: Pink Lady


Pink ladies are sweet, and are a great for eating out of hand, or for baking in combination with more tart apple varieties.

Description : Distinctive blush mixed with a green "background," pink ladies fall on the sweet end of the spectrum, and are a great for eating out of hand, or for baking in combination with more tart apple varieties.

Recipe : Try out this whole-wheat apple muffin recipe! Pair with our Pequea Valley plain yogurt and whole wheat flour from Castle Valley!

Storage: Avocados, tomatoes, melons, peaches, pears, apples, and ‘non-cherry stoned fruits’ can be stored on the counter to be ripened faster. If your fruits are already ripe, keep in refrigerator to extend the shelf life. Peppers, grapes, berries, and all citrus must be refrigerated as soon as you get them home.

Weavers Orchard

Weaver’s Orchard’s family farming began with Jacob and Lizzie Weaver. They were fruit growers in Delaware whose son, Daniel, purchased the current Berks county property. He started Weaver’s Orchard in 1931, with little inkling of what the orchard would become. He planted fruit trees, berries and vegetables and marketed the produce by the truckload on street corners in the city of Reading. At the time, this was known as a “Huckster route,” which meant he was a type of produce peddler common in those days. Soon he started selling from the farm and set Weaver’s Orchard on the path to becoming a community destination. Daniel’s son Allen became a partner in the operation and the business continued to grow as they marketed the produce through farmers markets and on the farm. Weaver’s wants the property to be one people can come and enjoy as they pick their own fruit or shop the farm market, attend parties and events, including corporate events, educational opportunities and family-friendly experiences on the farm. The Weaver family’s vision for the business CONTINUES to expand, with hopes of a new market some day that will an expanded garden center, bakery and more events like farm to table dinners.

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