The Columbia Basin is a broad plateau settled between the Columbia and Snake Rivers. Its rich volcanic soil, abundant cold waters, and long growing season are ideal for growing larger apples and later-maturing varieties.
“There’s tradition in a family farm and lots of pride in that. But to be able to continue, you have to stay progressive and keep up in a competitive market.” Read more>
Washington’s apple standards are the most rigorous in the country. We evaluate every variety’s color, weight, pressure, sugar level, size, and condition before and after harvest before any fruit is packed up and sold.