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Consolidated Fruit Packers

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Consolidated Fruit Packers

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account_box Name

Bryan Key

work Job title

Category Director

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aod Phone number

250-868-1400

contact_mail Street address

1631 Dickson Ave, Suite 800
BC Canada V1Y 0B5

Business description

CFP is a fresh produce company specializing in apples, cherries, blueberries, pears and stone fruit. We are a packer & marketer of the Okanagan & Fraser Valley, shipping fruit primarily into western Canada, but also across the globe. Outside of our local growing season we also import fruit from around the world to supply our Canadian customer base.

Ownership and operations

  • None of the above

Sell sheet

A one page sheet providing information about the producer and its products.
No sell sheet is available for this producer.

Current market channels

  • Independent stores
  • Food Service Provider
  • Public Schools (K-12)
  • Processors (direct or via broker)
  • Major stores

Product listings from this business

Apples: Sunrise image

Developed at the Summerland Research Station. Delicious raw, as applesauce, or apple chips.

Apples: Spartan image

An excellent dessert apple. Holds shape, and maintains its sweet flavour when baked.

Pears: Anjou image

Best suited for both raw and cooked applications, such as poaching, baking, grilling, and roasting. Make a great addition for dishes such as salads, wraps, and pizza.

Pears: Bartlett image

Delicious eaten raw or canned.

Apples: Salish image

Can be eaten raw or used in baked goods, such as muffins, pies, and tarts. This apple is also a great addition to pork dishes.

Apples: Royal Gala image

A crisp, sweet apple. They can be used in applesauce, salads, and cider.

Apples: Red Delicious  image

Perfect for juicing, dehydrating, or tossing in your favorite salad.

Peaches image

The peaches contain good-for-you antioxidants, including Vitamin C, polyphenols, and carotenoids.

Apples: Pink Lady image

Crisp and tangy, very good eaten raw. Great for applesauce or pureed soups.

Prune Plums image

Plums are rich in antioxidants.

Apples: McIntosh image

Used cooked or raw. Great as a dessert or in salads.

Apples: Granny Smith  image

Preferred apple for applesauce, tarts, and pies.

Pears: Harrowcrisp  image

Firm texture makes for an excellent baking pear; yields good amount of juice for cider or fresh juice.

Pears: Bosc image

A more firm, dense flesh than other varieties. Ideal for use in baking, broiling or poaching.

Apples: Golden Delicious  image

This is a sweeter apple, best used for baking, as it holds its shape more than other varieties.

Apples: Fuji image

Best suited for baking, roasting, and stewing. Can be sliced into salads, grated into coleslaw, or chopped and used to top your favourite breakfast foods.

Cherries image

Dark, sweet, and juicy.

Grapes: Coronation image

Excellent for juices, jams, and desserts.

Blueberries image

Packed with flavour, and versatile with nutritional value such as Fiber, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Manganese, and Potassium.

Apples: Ambrosia image

A B.C. grown apple that works well with savory dishes, or bakes nicely in pies.