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Picked For You Strawberries
Sadly the Picked For You strawberry season has ended for 2022.

 Strawberry Season open June 22, 2022- July 1, 2022
Picked for you strawberries at Pine Tree Apple Orchard
Our picked for you season will begin in mid-June. Once we are open, the main orchard salesroom will be open daily. The season is typically 3 - 4 weeks and strawberry availability is always weather-dependent.

Besides fresh picked strawberries we also sell a variety of strawberry bakery products - fresh and frozen - and desserts to enjoy in our cafe area.

Picked for you strawberries are sold by the pound in a variety of sizes ranging from 1 lb to 5 lb containers. Interested in a larger quantity? At this time we can not reserve strawberries for quantities of 20 lb or more.   651.429.7202.
We will not have fresh frozen strawberries available from the 2022 crop during apple season.

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Strawberry math, tips for berry measurements
It is difficult to give specific measurements for berries because the sizes determine how many fit into a pint or a cup. A cup of large berries will contain fewer berries than a cup of smaller berries. You should always measure frozen berries frozen, as thawed ones become soft and pack down. Below is a conversion table with some typical measurements.
1 lb Fresh 16 oz bag Frozen
Whole 3 3/4 cups 3 cups
Sliced 3 cups 2 cups
Pureed 2 cups 1 1/2 cups
Mashed 1 3/4 cups

How to Handle Strawberries
  • Strawberries can become faint from overcrowding, so when you get home, spread the berries on a tray giving them enough air.
  • Discard any spoiled strawberries.
  • Always store in the refrigerator.
  • To maintain freshness, keep the stems and tops on the strawberries.
  • Do not rinse strawberries until you are ready to use them.
  • Rinse strawberries in cold water very briefly. Drain in a roomy colander and spread them on paper towels to air-dry out of the sun.

Check out our tips on how to freeze your freshly picked strawberries.

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