New stand alert: organic Southern Hemisphere apples
May 19, 2020
Awe Sum Organics is looking to assistance retailers boost sales with a new stand of organic apples from a Southern Hemisphere.
“Harvesting began in a spring, while domestic apples were harvested in a fall, creation a apples a fresher option,” Awe Sum Organics pronounced in a statement. “Our business could advantage from increasing sales and patron compensation by charity a organic apples until a subsequent domestic collect arrives. Our apples are accessible from Jun by August. We are committed to growing, packing, and shipping a top quality, best-tasting organic apples accessible during a summer months.”
“We boat all of a Southern Hemisphere organic apples to a U.S. in sea containers and are bringing many of them into a pier of Philadelphia since of a reduced CO footprint,” pronounced David Posner, boss and CEO of Awe Sum Organics. “Our studies have found that a volume of CO or fuel compulsory to boat an sea enclosure with 1,176 cartons of apples to Philadelphia from a Southern Hemisphere uses one-12th a volume of CO or fuel compulsory to boat a truckload of 980 cartons of apples from a West Coast of a U.S. to a East Coast. Additionally, since a apples are half a year fresher than domestically grown apples during a same time of year, there is an additional CO assets from a electricity saved from a fact that a apples are stored for 6 months reduction time.”
Awe Sum Organics is operative with Southern Hemisphere growers from Chile, New Zealand, and Argentina. The association pronounced it has partnered with a best organic farmers in a universe for over 30 years to yield uninformed and tasty organic fruit to a customers.
The association offers patron programs by a months of June, July, and August. The varieties are Royal Gala, Granny Smith, Fuji and Cripps Pink and are accessible in bulk sizes and bagged in 12/three-pound cello bags or 12/two-pound tote bags.