Apr 8, 2021
TerraFresh Organics adds organic Amber Crest peaches

Mill Valley, California-based Terra Fresh Organics, an organic fruit company known for supplying organic citrus, mangos, stone fruit and grapes to North America, announces the addition of Organic Amber Crest Peaches to its Earth Greens label through May 2021.

This season, TerraFresh Organics (TFO) has been chosen to be Bloom to Box’s partner to market and sell Red Globe Properties Amber Crest Peaches. Bloom to Box pruned and thinned the trees heavily, which resulted in less volume but a more optimal-sized fruit. Retailers can expect to see high-quality Amber Crest Peaches peaking at a larger size than years before.

“The weather in Mexico this winter has not been desirable for growing stone fruit, which has caused a delayed start to the season and a strong demand for U.S. stone fruit,” said Greg Holzman, co-founder and managing partner of TerraFresh Organics. “Our California-grown Amber Crest Peaches will be available mid-April and available through May. We’re eager to begin the season with optimal quality, sizing and demand for the fruit.”

Additionally, Terrafresh Organics is supplying plums, apricots, pluots, varietal peaches and nectarines this season. If you are interested in learning more about TerraFresh Organics or contacting a salesperson, email: [email protected] or call 415-547-8300.

TerraFresh Organics, an organic fruit company, sourcing primarily from the U.S., Mexico, Central and South America, brings an ever-growing supply of organic produce, with a focus on citrus, mangoes, stone fruit and grapes to North America. Headquartered in Mill Valley, the company is partnered with Harbinger Group, which also oversees Misionero and Vertical Foods.

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