Gold Digger Apples Inc

By: Bubbajunk.com

Gold Digger Apples, Inc. has been a grower, packer, and shipper of red and golden delicious apples for over fifty years. Since 1938 we provide best Service and the Highest Quality Fruit and is a Proud Member of Get Fit Foods.
 
In these two decades, our product line has expanded to include many different varieties of apples, pears, peaches, nectarines, and cherries. Gold Digger's state of the art facility is dedicated to maintaining fruit at its appropriate temperature. The optimal climate is maintained to the customer's door by hand packing each order to ensure freshness.
 
Each grower do their best in producing the finest quality fruit. Gold Digger Apples, Inc. has its own field/quality control personnel who aid our growers in keeping abreast of the industries latest developments.
 
As the demand for fruit develops, it is moved to our computer controlled, state-of-the-art pre-size plant. There it is mechanically sorted according to size, color, weight and grade. This allows us to custom process your orders individually.
 
In early autumn, after testing the fruit for optimum quality, the journey from tree to storage begins. This closely monitored procedure begins with hand picking and concludes when the fruit is sealed in a controlled atmosphere storage facility.
 
Our new packing facility cleans the apples and applies the wax of our choice, or no wax, if preferred and then color, sort again and pack fresh to your provision. We provide various custom packaging including tray packs, regular or heavyweight, bagged, loose bushel, gift boxes, etc.

Gold Digger Apples is located in Oroville, Washington, in the beautiful Okanogan Valley in North Central Washington State. Our main office is approximately 7 miles from the Canadian Border. We are nestled in between the majestic Cascade Mountains and the Okanogan Highlands., Oroville rests on the southern shore of Lake Osoyoos, which we share with Osoyoos, British Columbia. Just south of town the Okanogan and Similkameen Rivers converge as they meander south to join the mighty Columbia River.