All–natural, home made apple sauceOur select varieties of apples turned into sauce in a local kitchen using our favourite recipe. Available in the Orchard Market in 1L and 500ml jars. Pure apple, no sugar added...
Dehydrated apple with salted caramel and vanilla drizzle.There’s no denying that caramel and apples belong together. It’s a creamy and sweet complement made in heaven. But we wanted to fancy things up a bit, so we added a touch of vanilla to make our delicious salted caramel and vanilla ..
Dehydrated apple with cinnamon.We figure that when you choose the pure goodness of our Martin’s Crispy Apple Chips, you earn the right to sin a little. And so we’ve added just a dash of cinnamon to give you a tasty new choice. After all, variety is the spice of life! To learn more about ..
100% dehydrated apple.The original Martin’s Crispy Apple Chips are made from apples and apples alone. Picked from the orchards and processed in our own plant to remove the water, we’ve created a taste you can’t get enough of and a crispness you can hear. To learn more about our Cri..
Over the last 25 years, the Gala has surpassed Red Delicious as the most widely grown and consumed apple variety in North America. Many variants of this excellent apple have been developed over the years including “Tenroy, Scarlett and Galaxy”, along with an earlier strain, (and certainl..
Honeycrisp is quite simply amazing! Extremely crisp and crunchy with a sweetly tart flavour, the Honeycrisp is also very juicy and instantly refreshing. A more recent arrival to our apple line–up, the highly versatile Honeycrisp has already become a huge favourite for fresh eating and cooking...
Sweet Liquid GoldWaterloo Region is famous for maple syrup. Available in Light, Amber and Dark grades, we sell our son–in–law’s syrup year round in various size formats. Fresh crop available in March — April each year as it is tapped from the sugar bush. 100% Pure, Local..
The “Mac” is an Ontario classic, discovered by John McIntosh on a farm near Morrisburg in the early 1800’s. It has a tart flavour which sweetens as it ripens. Firm and crisp with a white, juicy flesh, it’s ideal for eating fresh. Unpeeled, the McIntosh also makes a lovely pin..