Peach‑O‑Rama: Meet the Growers


We’re Peach People.

We knew we couldn’t be the only peach people out there. If there’s one thing we’ve learned on this journey, it’s that it takes a team to achieve something truly great. We’re excited to partner with folks who are as passionate about creating something special as we are.

Pence Orchards

Wapato, Washington 

There’s a certain level of care that comes out of family-run farms, especially one that’s been around since 1905 and spans four generations. Located in the lower Yakima Valley, Pence takes extra care in the handling of their famous peaches. The weather is, well, peach-perfect, with the temperature being slightly warmer than the surrounding area due to its proximity to a gap in the mountains nearby, called Union Gap. You’ll spot the farmers in their famous Ford 650 tractors, one model from 1958 and the other 1961.

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Frog Hollow Farm

Brentwood, California

Al Courchese, better known as Farmer Al, planted his first peach orchard on his farm in 1976. It wasn’t too much later that he decided to go organic and become a  major player in the organic farming movement. Frog Hollow Farm is committed to sustainable farming practices, such as making sure that each piece of produce grown is never wasted and using the land in an environmentally conscious manner.

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