FirstFruits Farms | FirstFruits Farms LLC
FirstFruits Farms business-in-community philosophy seeks to connect the organization, and its employees, to a larger purpose of service to others
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About FirstFruits Farms

As a recognized leader in the apple industry for over 40 years, FirstFruits Farms is a premier grower, packer and shipper with more than 6,000 acres of apples and cherries.  Our business philosophy seeks to connect the organization and its employees to a larger purpose of community development and service to others. FirstFruits is truly a community of people connected by a common mission: ‘bearing fruit that will last’.

Sustainability

Sustainability

Our belief is that business does not have to thrive at the expense of the planet or its people, but can chart a course that provides employees, families, owners and communities an opportunity to grow and thrive together. Find out more about our story below.

Orchard

Orchard

FirstFruits Farms offers over 15 different varieties of apples and cherries.  Our orchard operations account for approximately 5% of all U.S. production of apples, coming from over 6,000 acres of pristine ground located in Eastern Washington State. Find out more below.

People

People

We at FirstFruits Farms have implemented an ethos of corporate responsibility at all touchpoints of our organization. Moreover, we have dedicated ourselves to a way of conducting business that respects the people who make our business possible—our employees.

Core Values

FirstFruits’ Front Page News

  • On Wednesday, March 6, the Silver Line processed what was left of the 2019 Cosmic Crisp harvest. Over 8, 200 boxes were packed and sent on their way to be sold and shipped to their final destinations. It has been an exciting year to grow,......

  • A blanket of snow covered our orchards last night. It may seem cold to us, but apple and cherry trees need this “winter chill” to store energy for the blooming and growing seasons. Weather such as what we are experiencing now and temperatures at or......

  • Written by: Melissa Wisner, Community Programs Manager, FirstFruits Community The year 2019 was an awakening to the need for healing within families as a bridge to a stronger community. Through our project of listening to the stories of our residents in the beginning of 2019,......

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