The perfect peach does exist! Sweet and juicy, you’ll feel like you picked it right from the tree in Georgia. No one should miss out on the burst of happiness that comes from biting into one of these incredible Georgia peaches!Find the truck!
Our peaches are exclusively grown in Fort Valley, Georgia the historic heartland of the Georgia peach. Hot summer nights, dense red clay soil and generations of knowledge passed down makes our Georgia peaches the sweetest, biggest and juiciest peaches you can get.
Since 1885, our partner Pearson Farm has been perfecting the art of growing the perfect peach. With over five generations of Pearson family members still running on the farm, they are the oldest family-owned peach growing farm in Georgia.
Their sprawling orchards cover 1,400 acres and their care and knowledge comes from 136 years of innovative farming.
By early June, harvest is in full swing and our first varieties will be handpicked, ready to be delivered to you within days or even hours of being off the tree.
means perfect fruit.
All our fruit is “tree ripened” allowing it to stay on the tree longer giving it richer, sweeter flavor. Most grocery store fruit is picked too early and stored for weeks or even months. Our fruit is picked and delivered directly to you within days of harvest – you’ll taste the difference.
Peaches you get in the grocery store have been picked far too early and kept in cold storage. This leaves them dry and tasteless, which is why it’s so hard to find a good peach.
We let our peaches ripen on the tree until the very last second, then deliver them to you really, really fast. This is the only way to get a sweet and juicy peach…unless you pick it yourself!
Georgia peach season is a special time of year and only lasts for 6-8 weeks a year spanning mid-June through early August.
For over 30 years, our customers have been coming out to our Peach Stop events getting their peaches right off the back of our trucks. We deliver to over 200 Peach Stops across the Midwest and at select Pop-up events. We normally deliver direct to your home, however we won’t be able to for our 2023 season due to a March freeze in Georgia.