( Courtesy Stemilt Growers )

Stemilt Growers was in the third week of harvest of Artisan Organics peaches and nectarines in early August and will have supply well into September.

“It’s been a strong start to our all-organic peach and nectarine season thanks to ideal temperatures in southeastern Washington state,” Brianna Shales, Stemilt communications manager, said in a news release.

Peak loading season for Artisan Organics peaches and nectarines is until mid-September, according to the release.

Stemilt has a new pop-up bin display for retailers featuring Stemilt fruit with the Artisan Organics logo, according to the release.

“Display bins are an effective merchandising tool, but especially helpful with organic fruit,” Shales said. “Retailers can build larger displays of organic peaches and nectarines with these bins in order to drive impulse sales.”

Stemilt differentiates themselves with organic peaches and nectarines through their ten-year partnership with the Douglas family.

“The move to organics was a move to produce fruits with complex flavors,” Shales said. “Flavor is what consumers crave, and we’re confident that we’ll keep delivering on that promise with our Artisan Organics peaches until season’s end.”   

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