If you want apple cider before April pick up. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.
Apple cider made from a wide variety of sweet and aromatic Palatine apples, flash pasteurized (requiring no preservatives). Stored in a 5 liter box (BPA free bag, FSC box, both recyclable).
The juice is made with at least 12 % Red Love apples, a red fleshed apple with an exceptionally high antioxidant content. This gives the juice a gorgeous pink hue, a good balance of sweet and tart notes, and a refreshing taste.
Unopened the box has a shelf life of 1 year. Once opened it should be consumed within a month. This juice does not need to be refrigerated.
We are pleased to offer this great product with the help of wonderful family team at Geissberger Farmhouse Cider who pressed and packaged our apples for you.
Looking for Palatine Fruit but you are not local?
We do not ship your fruit to individual homes – but here is a list of the fine families and farms from which you can obtain your Palatine Fruit:
- Amy and Patrick Kitchen with Sideroad Farm Store, 805092 Sideroad 25, RR3, Markdale, ON N0C1H0 c: 705.446.5503 www.sideroadfarm.com
- Brookfront Farm Store, 2053 Bridge St., New Dundee, 1.519.696.2637 www.brookfrontfarms.com
- Eat Local Muskoka, Colin Sober-Williams, Fenelon Falls, 705.380.6936 www.eatlocalmuskoka.ca
- Fruition in Guelph – Jackie Keenan – email@example.com – pre-orders only
- Ontario Fruit Lovers – Laurie LeMay – Locations: Major Mac, King City, Newmarket, Moondance Organics (Angus) and Barrie – 1.705.331.4594 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Michael & Phyllis Freiesleben with TLC Animal Husbandry Inc – email@example.com or 1.519.327.8060 – pre-ordered only
- Michael Smidt in Durham with locations at the Village Market in Thornhill at the Toronto Farmers Market. All pick up at the farm must be pre-ordered
When our fruit is in season you are welcome to pick up during our store hours: Monday to Saturday 9:00 – 5:00.
If you would like larger volumes you may want to call in your order so we can get it ready for you in advance.
Please view our fruit harvest guidelines to get a sense of what fruits are ready when. These are based on an average year and, depending on how long or short of a spring season we had, the timing may change.