Colorado Peaches are available in late-July through mid-September.
Colorado Peaches - Bite into the juiciest Colorado peaches you've ever tasted, and you'll understand why these fresh peaches are some of the most popular fruit of the whole year. The sweet-tart peachy flavor is intense from ripening during warm days and cool nights in the Rocky Mountains where Brant and Carol have their orchard. The water supply comes from the pure melting snowpack high in the mountains.
FruitShare's organic fresh peaches are ideal for all of your peach needs, from baking to grilling, blending into smoothies to slicing onto salads, and even chopping into salsa (or eating fresh, of course!). Whatever use you plan for your Colorado peaches, be sure that these organic peaches will infuse your recipes with the rich taste of late summer.
Boxes weigh about 10 pounds and contain 24 pieces. We ship fresh peaches mid-August through September. Order your Colorado Peaches today. Prices include free delivery.
Storage instuction Most stone fruit (e.g., peaches, nectarines, plums, pluots, etc.) continues to ripen after being picked. It is important to ripen the various varieties of stone fruit at room temperature without moving them to your refrigerator until they are fully ripe. If stone fruit is exposed to temperatures between 36 and 50 degrees Fahrenheit before it is ripe, it can suffer internal breakdown which may result in mealy flavorless fruit. The best way to tell if stone fruit is ripe is to give it a gentle squeeze. If the fruit is tender, it is probably ripe. Ripe stone fruit also has a wonderful full-bodied aroma. When storing stone fruit, it is best not to stack it more than two layers deep. Avoid plastic bags at all costs. Since chemical fungicides are not used on organic stone fruit, moisture build-up can lead to mold. Once ripe, enjoy at their peak. Pies, freezing, canning, smoothies and even dehydration are great ways to use and preserve stone fruit at its peak.