Welcome to Our September Box
Welcome to Our September Box
Sparkling Pear Juice
Hemly Cider - Courtland, Calfiornia
Sarah Hemly, Owner
Sarah Hemly married into a farming family that goes back six generations to the Gold Rush in California. As the largest grower of pears in the country, Sarah wanted to make something with them, not just grow them. Read our article about Sarah and her fabulous ciders and sparkling pear juice. We also got the chance to meet Sarah and visit her in her brand new tasting room in Courtland, California. Watch our video to learn more about her and her plans for the future.
Indian Butter Chicken Simmer Sauce
Sutter Buttes Olive Oil - Yuba City, California
Alka Kumar, Co-owner
Meyer Lemon Infused Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Capay Valley Ranches - Capay, California
Denise André, Marketing
Sweet Sriracha Almond Butter Dip and Roasted and Salted Pistachios
Winters Fruit Tree – Winters, California
Phil Carter, Owner
Winters Fruit Tree began in the long gone apricot orchards in the Santa Clara Valley as growers. Read about those special orchards and apricots in this blog post. The relocated to Winters in 1967 and opened the fruit stand in 1968. They used to be in the center of town, and you could get a hot dog or taffy along with your fruit and nuts back in the day. The fruit stand is still in Winters, but the town has grown and changed, and is a cute day trip destination from the Bay Area or Sacramento. Winters Fruit Tree grows and dries fruit and the grow several nuts, including the irresistible pistachios in the September box. And I am most excited about sharing their one of a kind, addicting Sweet Sriracha Almond Butter Dip. It's is sweet and a tiny bit zesty, and oh so good.
Fleur de Sel Caramel Sauce
Ginger Elizabeth Chocolates – Sacramento, California
Ginger Elizabeth, Owner
If you have ever been on my Farm to Table Midtown Food Tour in Sacramento, then you know that I am a hug fangirl of Ginger Elizabeth Chocolates. Ginger is a force of nature and passionate about sourcing all of her ingredients as locally as possible. With the exception of one of kind sea salt from the shores of Brittany - you can't get that in Sacramento it turns out. This caramel sauce is rich and buttery and perfection in a jar.
Moon Shine Trading Co. - Woodland, California
Josh Zeldner, Nectar Director
Our September box also brings you wildflower honeycomb, cut right from local hives by Moon Shine Trading Co. Moon Shine Trading are honey experts and are opening a tasting room in Woodland, California in the Spring of 2021, called The Hive. Honeycomb is a delight from nature and the beeswax can be eaten just like the honey. Spread it on toast, or add it to your next cheese board. Meet Nectar Director, Josh Zeldner and learn more about The Hive by watching our video.
We sincerely hope you enjoy our September Farm to Fork in a Box. Leave us aa message and let us know you like it. ~heather