D.  E.  BOLDT  


Is fruit still safe to eat?

The widespread media coverage of the recent nationwide recall of stonefruit by Wawona Fruit Company has confused many consumers.   The media  attention will move on in a few days while people are left feeling uneasy about peaches, plums and nectarines.
Only fruit with "Sweet to eat" stickers or otherwise identifying Wawona as the source has been recalled.   Tree fruit remains one of the safest produce items.  The D.E.Boldt label on your fruit lets you know that it came from our farm, and has been grown with your health in mind.


Organic  growing  practices

One of our goals as growers is to make the smallest impact possible on the environment. We allow native vegetation to grow year-round between the tree rows for maximum soil health. Judicious use of compost and manures for soil nutrition mimimizes the addition of harmful salts and microbial contamination to our soils and groundwater. Abundant natural predators in our fields keep pest problems in check, an indicator of a healthy biosystem.   

Our crops are certified by CCOF, which means everything we do complies with the National Organic Program.