Take a peek at our product list for prices and sizes. We offer cherries, apricots, peaches, nectarines, and pears when in season and apples year-round. Please understand, aside from apples, each fruit season has a rather small window each summer. We will not sell fruit that is under or overripe, as that goes against our guarantee of quality. This delivery model gives you farm fresh fruit; therefore keep in mind that it may come in various shapes and sizes! If you are interested in buying discounted juice versions of our fruit for canning, preserving, or other uses, please contact us at 509-949-5050.
You have no obligation to order every week. You simply order when you want Yakima Valley farm-fresh fruit.
Browse for the fruit that is currently available in the "Shop". Then click "Add to Cart" for the products that you would like to order. You must order by Midnight on Thursday for that week's pick up. (Saturday) If you need to cancel or change your order, please let us know at least one day prior to delivery.
We deliver to various Seattle Area drop spots on Saturday each week. During "Checkout" you decide which Saturday and where you want to pick up your fruit from. If you are ordering after Thursday, the following Saturday will not be available as a choice. Each pickup area has a narrow window for you to pick up your fruit, and unfortunately, if you miss the window we won’t be able to give you your fruit that week and your fruit will be donated to a local food bank without refund.
Drop sites are currently not being hosted. You will receive the padlock code on your invoice. and in an email on Friday. (only if you purchase)
Want to earn your way towards free fruit? CLICK HERE to learn about our referral program. If you think you had points left over from the old website please let us know.
We will also consider delivering to offices if you have a high volume of orders, so please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you think you may qualify. Otherwise, we would love to be able to deliver directly to our customers’ doors, but this just simply isn’t feasible. We hope you understand that we can offer our fruit for such affordable prices only because we don’t have to mark it up for freight. Also, delivering to offices or areas with a lot of traffic and a small amount of parking makes it very hard for us. We apologize for this and hope that you understand. Some of our customers make this work by having available neighbors, coworkers, family members, etc., order with them and then these people can pick up for them.
How this model can work for you: