BC Tree Fruits Cooperative
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Rooted in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia since 1936, BC Tree Fruits Cooperative is comprised of over 300 passionate, local grower families. We grow apples, cherries, pears, apricots, peaches, plums, nectarines, and table grapes. For decades, the BC Tree Fruits leaf has guaranteed fruit of the highest quality grown close to home. When you bite into an apple with the BC Tree Fruits leaf, you can rest assured that your tastebuds are experiencing the highest quality of apple, grown and produced locally in the Okanagan Valley.
Current market channels
- Restaurants (via distributor)
- Restaurants (direct)
- Food Service Provider
- Universities or Colleges
- Public Schools (K-12)
- Processors (direct or via broker)
- Catering Company
- Private Schools (K-12)
- Community Food Programs
- Retirement homes (private)
- Major stores
- Correctional facilities
- Independent stores
- Other government contracts
- Meal preparation companies
- Online grocery stores
- Hospitals and long-term care (public)
Product listings from this business
The Sunrise began out of the Okanagan Valley. One of the first varieties to be harvested each year. Referred to as “summer apples.” From the BC Tree Fruits Cooperative.
Classed as a “sweet" apple, but with pleasing tartness and highly flavoured flesh. Crisp and juicy when eaten raw. From the BC Tree Fruits Cooperative.
Originating in Japan, the Fuji is a cross between a Red Delicious and Ralls Janet. The Fuji has red stripes over a yellow-green background. From the BC Tree Fruits Cooperative.
Has an alluring aroma and their small to medium size makes them lunchbox perfect. From the BC Tree Fruits Cooperative.
A crisp, firm, bright red or red/orange apple with a yellow background. From the BC Tree Fruits Cooperative.
An Okanagan original that is great for pies and sauces. From the BC Tree Fruits Cooperative.
Tart and Tangy. Granny Smith apples are a gorgeous colour of green. They have a harder texture and are a little less sweet than other apples. From the BC Tree Fruits Cooperative.
The Honeycrisp earned its name for being as sweet as honey and extraordinarily crisp. A cross between Macoun and Honey Gold, Honeycrisps are jumbo sized, with mostly red colouring. From the BC Tree Fruits Cooperative.