To our knowledge, we have the largest online selection of random-packed bulk foods in the nation
Bird In Hand, PA (Vocus) May 15, 2010
Since the early 1900’s Kauffman’s Fruit Farm & Market has yielded bushels of plump, orchard-ripened fruits just outside the quaint town of Bird-in-Hand, Pa. Today, the family-owned business is pleased to announce their latest production, http://www.BulkFoodJournal.com.
Developed as an informational counterpart to KauffmansFruitFarm.com, the company’s original web store, this interactive blog will be used to provide readers with an abundance of knowledge about bulk foods, including nutritional value, highlights of new products and best sellers as well as recipes for bulk food items.
“To our knowledge, we have the largest online selection of random-packed bulk foods in the nation,” said Lonnie Kauffman, the company’s data systems manager.
Additionally, Kauffman’s Fruit Farm & Market created a second blog, http://www.AppleButterBlog.com, to educate readers about orchard management and cultivation as well as the savory selection of homemade apple cider, fruit butters, dried apples and more.
Visit http://www.KauffmansFruitFarm.com today to pick up a delicious bundle of crisp red and green apples hand-picked from orchard trees. Available in packets of 18, 36 and 54, each shipment is carefully packed into an eggshell-like container fit with individual nooks for each apple to prevent shifting during delivery.
Online shoppers may also choose from homemade apple cider, apple snitz, a variety of fruit butters, baking supplies, assorted beverages, canned goods, honey, maple syrup, jams, jellies and more. A selection of organic foods and Dutch country favorites may also be purchased.
“Our homemade, sweet apple cider won first place in a cider competition at the 2010 Mid-Atlantic Fruit & Vegetable Convention,” Kauffman said.
Local and nearby residents are encouraged to stop by Kauffman’s market, deli and grocery to indulge in a more fruitful selection of fresh produce in season - peaches, pears, plums, and cherries – from the orchard that’s much too delicate to ship.
“The first fruit trees planted in our family orchard were planted by my great great grandpa, Amos L. Kauffman in 1911. Kauffman’s Fruit Farm has continued to flourish throughout the decades and today it’s operated by third, fourth and fifth generation family members,” Kauffman said.
About the Company:
KauffmansFruitFarm.com is owned and operated by the Kauffman family of Kauffman’s Fruit Farm & Market in Bird-in-Hand, Pa.