Fruit Club Market adds Hutterite items

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Foods fresh from a Hutterite colony in Minnesota are the latest addition to The Fruit Club Market.

 

Fresh eggs have arrived in a newly added cooler at the market at on Western Avenue just south of 41st Street, along with a large assortment of jumbo canned items, eggs, turkey jerky and fresh-baked bread.  

 

“They are all handmade and canned just like grandma used to or still makes,” marketing manager Brandee Miller said. “There’s a ton of love and care put into these products, no preservatives or additives, just good old-fashioned food.”

Fruit Club Hutterite items 

The Hutterites are using homegrown products and The Fruit Club fruit to produce large canned goods, including Washington cherries, pickles, blueberries, cauliflower, beets, watermelon, beans, peaches and more.

 

“We have a customer who has been in more than three times in three weeks and buys the half-gallon of pickles and beets and continues to rave about them,” Miller said.

 

The Fruit Club Market also is planning to add pot pies, fruit pies and other baked goods from the Hutterite colony. 

 

The additional coolers at the shop are good news for fresh-fruit lovers, too.

 

“During spring and summer days, the cooler is going to help us keep delivering prime-quality fruit,” Miller said.

 

“It’s a great way for us to stock more product in the store due to the heavy foot traffic we’ve been experiencing. We have so many repeat customers, we don’t want to run out. Somedays, we’ve been out of fruit by 1 p.m., which is a wonderful problem to have, but the cooler will allow us to keep more fruit longer without any risk of spoiling. We’ve had many guests arriving to buy strawberries this month, and keeping up has been a challenge!”

 

The Fruit Club Market is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday.

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Fruit Club Market adds Hutterite items

Foods fresh from a Hutterite colony in Minnesota are the latest addition to The Fruit Club Market.

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