Welcome to Majestic Fruits
Together We Farm for The Future.
Welcome to our farm market!
Majestic Fruit Company is committed to ensuring that all aspects of sustainable agricultural and production practices are met. Since 2009 we have evolved into a year-round vertically integrated fruit company to guarantee quality extended from our farms to our customers. The Frederick’s family has been farming these same 200 acres since 1980. And, while apples are our signature crop, we also grow Sunflower, strawberries, blueberries, peaches, nectarines, sweet corn, asparagus, tomatoes, peppers, squash, onions, cucumbers, and pumpkins!
What inspires us?
Smiles are true testimonials!
The journey of providing our customers with homegrown veggies and fruits has remained a positive experience starting from the moment they land on our farm to the moment they purchase our marketplace products.
Let us resolve to go green
Resources for Farming
Go green, go natural....we love to help you!
Let’s save the earth, we at Majestic Fruits use biodegradable materials on our farm and produce precesses, We’ve also resolved to use an alternate farming method such as hydroponics and soilless farming to produce organic veggies and other farms produce.
- Let us protect the environment
- Preserve it the way it was
- We owe it to the world
- Go green, use biodegradables
- No chemicals, No fumes!
- Fresh air, fresh water, fresh soil!
Let us bring back a green Earth!
Enough Sunflower seed were available for export, and good range of vegetables for the organic gardener along with helpful, clear, growing advice. my life with the Majestic Fruits Farm, Even better.
Just had to share. “Those carrots are really good! They taste like candy!“ You do good work farmers, from a grateful mom to Majestic Fur Farm.
Before the Majestic Fruits, I didn’t have the choice of a variety of veg & the quality of vegetables wasn’t as good for me and my clients but now, Everything is much better & I love knowing that the produce is grown organically & locally by farmers who care deeply about how they farm. Thank you!”