Our Orchard Market

ORCHARD MARKET NOW OPEN

Come and experience our Orchard Market. Our team has been busy with a complete overhaul of the store, including structural repairs and a completely redesigned shopping experience. Fresh juicy apples are still the core of our retail business, but we’ve introduced new ways to display the apples and sell them at their peak of perfection.

SEE WHAT’S
IN STORE

Customers have the option of buying premium bulk apples by the pound, or choose a convenient 5.5lb box loaded with their favourite varieties from a self-serve cooler. A “Nature’s Value” option provides great value for bakers, with 20lbs of our “less-than perfect” apples boxed at discount prices.

Fresh Cider is also available in the cooler in 1L, 2L and 3L jugs. A great display of our own Crispy Apple Chips pairs well with other locally sourced items including honey apple butter, maple syrup, apple sauce, jams and sparkling cider. We are also introducing apple health and wellness products that include candles, soaps, lotions, and more, prepared for us by local artisans. These will be sure to be a hit as specialty items or as inclusions in an assortment of gift boxes.

We are excited to re-connect with our community and look forward to creating a relaxed environment to engage customers and provide a premium apple experience. Welcome back to the Orchard!

Fresh
Lives Here.

The Martin’s Family Fruit Farm store is located at 1420 Lobsinger Line, less than a mile from the St. Jacobs Market. You’ll find plenty of parking amidst our beautiful apple trees.

 

Tel: (519) 664-2750

 

Store Hours
Monday — Friday
9:30am – 6pm
Saturday
8am – 4pm
Sunday
Closed

What’s in Store

From Ambrosia to Spartan we grow them all! But to make sure we have exactly what you want, please call our Orchard Market for exact availability (519) 664-2750.

Food Ideas

Martin’s Apples are great for eating at any time, but there’s so much more you can do with our delicious orchard-grown apples. And what about our Crispy Apple Chips? View some great food ideas here.

Farm Fact No. 10

Apple trees require pollination to produce fruit.