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Today was a warm sunny day at Peterson Produce farm which made the collecting of sap and cooking it very enjoyable. John and Mary cooked 37 gallons of sap into syrup. (We cook very small batches of sap that has just dripped out of the tree because fresh sap produces better syrup) Todays yield of syrup was higher than normal as the sap [...]
Jean and Al from Peterson Produce will be at the Delano Community Expo talking about the upcoming fresh flower and vegetable produce season. Stop by for a chat about what’s happening at the farm this summer. Jean is especially excited about the Farm Fun Crew for young children and also about teaching you how to [...]
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The first reason is the most important! Locally grown vegetables and fruits taste fabulous and are packed with nutrition! Since locally grown foods do not travel very far, farmers can deliver varieties to you directly, without a long journed to get to the market. This also helps to support your local farmers and artisan producers [...]
For more information, photos and stories about the long term staff at Peterson Produce in Delano, MN – please visit our about us page at http://goodnessgrowspetersonproduce.com/aboutus.html. You will find entertaining information about Al Sterner, Jean Peterson, Lorraine Peterson, Mary Peterson and the history and background of our family farm. For photos, and stories about past [...]
Jean and the work crew at Peterson Produce, Delano are really excited about a new activity at the farm this summer. It is called Farm Fun Crew and is designed to give young children ages 5-10 a hands on real farm work experience. During a one hour work session the jobs we do at the [...]
Welcome to Peterson Produce’s new website! This is the Latest News and Information section of our site. We will have pictures, stories and information here about our Delano, MN local farm that sustainably grows fresh vegetables, fruits, for you and your family. While we are not an certified organic farm, we raise everything we can [...]