Bursting with flavor, you haven’t tried blueberries like these before! With the perfect balance of sweet and tart, these aren’t like grocery store blueberries.Join our Mailing List
Home to perfect growing conditions, Michigan is one of the top producers of blueberries growing over 100 million pounds per year. Nestled near the shores of Lake Michigan, the Great Lake keeps the weather mild in the early spring allowing our blueberries to develop their flavor for longer.
Our partner Walker Farms has been farming for 5 generations, tending blueberry fields from the same farmland for almost 70 years.
Our blueberry bushes sleep through the winter and wake up in early spring, when they bud and burst into beautiful, white flowers. After the ‘petal fall’, the fruit begins to color. From green to pink to blue, the berries reach their peak in early July and are ready to harvest, all hand-picked.
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 months or even years. Our fruit is picked and delivered directly to you within days of harvest – you’ll taste the difference.
We harvest our blueberries and bring them direct to our customers within hours of being picked, and we carefully select our partner farm so we know exactly how they’re grown. It’s why people go crazy for our berries!
Blueberries that end up in the grocery store have been kept in cold storage for weeks. They’re then mixed together with berries from many growers, so you never know where they truly come from.
From around July 4th until early August we deliver our Michigan blueberries directly to our customers at our Peach Stops truck events throughout the Midwest. Because of their delicate nature, we aren’t able to ship directly to your home.
Blueberries are the perfect complement to all your summer food adventures, and fantastic for your health as well. They’re also super easy to freeze, and you can have them available all year long!