Fresh fruit picked daily by the farm staff in season is available during the summer in the cooler at the Sales Building during regular business hours. Varieties will posted on our road sign and on Facebook.
Jams and jellies in two sizes made with fruit grown right here at Great Northern Berries (with 2 exceptions) are available in the sales building: 4 ounces are $3.99 (3 or more $3.75) and 8 ounces are $5.99 (3 or more $5.75).
Our varieties starting with our signature specialty jam:
Honeyberry: A richly flavored jam invoking thoughts of raspberries, blueberries, and a touch of cherry
Raspberry: Rich, tangy taste and smell of summer
Honey Blue: Deep purple taste of honeyberry and blueberry
Strawberry Rhubarb: Wonderful taste of fresh pie, without the crust
Honeyberry Raspberry: Incredibly delicious preserves, tart but sweet
Blueberry Raspberry: This great match is rich, smooth, and zesty
Wild Blues: Sweet, zesty, whole wild Maine blueberries
Cherry: The crisp taste of fresh cherry pie (Michigan cherries)
Grown hydrponically in the greenhouse, this butterhead lettuce is sweet and delicious. And no soil to wash out of it! Stays fresh in the refrigerator longer than most lettuce.
Made exclusively for us by the ever popular Sandwich Creamery Ice Cream are varieties made with our fruits: honeyberry, and raspberry. We also carry some of their standards: vanilla and chocolate
Fresh Baked Fruit Pies Lemon Meringue Pie
The Dessert Table, Wendy's Home Bakery Business, offers her signature fresh-baked, flaky crust pies every weekend. Extra large chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin cookies are available every day. The freezer in the sales building always has a ready supply of pies and occasionally other assorted baked goods for you to take home and eat when you want. Special orders for Wendy's sweet and savory scones, croissants, or other baked goods are welcome: contact Wendy at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 707-7456. Pease be sure to give her at least 3 days notice!
We take food safety very seriously! We wash our hands constantly when harvesting, sorting, cleaning, and packing our fruit, making our jam, and seeding, planting, and harvesting our lettuce. (As a matter of fact, we sanitize our hands when planting our flower cuttings because of possible disease contamination!) We require visitors to our Pick-Your-Own facility to wash their hands before entering the area.
Please be aware that due to Federal Food Safety Guideline Rules for sanitation in public orchards, pets must be strictly prohibited from our flower displays and greenhouses, and especially where we are growing and producing fruit for consumption by the public. We do like animals as evidenced by memories of Ben's pet goats, but your safety is far more important. Thanks for your cooperation!