Wenatchee is known as as the “Apple Capital of the World” — in fact, it’s been the home of the Washington Apple Commission since our inception in 1937. Hot, dry summers and cold, crisp winters, plus an abundance of water from the Wenatchee and Columbia rivers, help the region produce world-famous apples in every flavor and color.
"Community, the people that work for us, and our ability to farm and be profitable. I try and hold those at equal value.” Read more>
Washington’s apple standards are the most rigorous in the country. We evaluate every apple's color, weight, pressure, sugar level, size, and condition before and after harvest before any fruit is packed up and sold.