2017 Georgia Peach & Michigan Blueberry Season
Our summer season has come to a close. We thank everyone that made it out to the truck this season!
Since 1990, Tree-Ripe Citrus Co. has been bringing the finest Florida citrus, Michigan blueberries, and Georgia peaches and pecans to Wisconsin and the Midwest. Share your favorite recipe, or say hello on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Twitter.
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Many of you have been wondering how the recent hurricanes have affected our crops for the upcoming seasons. It will take a few weeks before the farmers can truly assess what is going on with the fruit.
In Florida, our citrus crops received a significant amount of damage, there is a lot of fruit on the ground due to the high winds. There is also a lot of water that needs to be pumped out. We are not overly concerned at this time, but we do want to prep y'all for the possibility that things may be different this citrus season. We will be evaluating as soon as we know more and let everyone know.
In Georgia, there does not seem to be damage to the peach trees. However, there was a significant loss of pecan trees. Most survived, and again we will evaluate exactly what the extent is in the coming weeks.
The most important information is that all of our farmers are ok and there is no major damage to any of the facilities.
We are so thankful that all of our farmers are ok down south and send our thoughts to anyone else that is still without power or experiencing hardship due to Hurricane Irma.
What's on the truck
All of our truck routes have concluded for the season.