Door County Cherries

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Cherries have been important in Door County for a long time. Over 100 years ago, Anders Seaquist and his son Carl planted their first cherry orchards in northern Door County.   Now, millions of pounds of cherries are an important part of our economy. The beauty of orchards in bloom is a spring time wonder. Fruit harvest in summer is a beauty to behold, and cherry products are a flavor thrill in fall and winter. These days, the 6th generation of Seaquist family members is busy with cherry production and can authenticate our product byline: Locally grown. Locally processed. Loved worldwide.

 

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Special Offers – now through August 3!

Special Offers – now through August 3!

Chopped Cherry Jam

 

Buy 5 Chopped Cherry Jams, Get 1 FREE!

Cherry Season has arrived in Door County!  Here at Seaquist Orchards Farm Market we are loving this cherry season!  We want to share the love!  If you order 5 jars of our 12 oz. Chopped Cherry Jam, we will send you the 6th jar free!  Our products are locally grown, locally processed (right next door at our Seaquist Production Facility), and loved worldwide!  Order quickly, because this offer ends August 3.

 

No promo code needed – we’ll take care of the details for you!

A Pick of the Best Gift Crate

$12 Shipping!

 

Picking cherries couldn’t be easier!  We have selected some of our best loved products (mostly cherry), and put them together in our lovely Pick of the Best Gift Box!  Dried cherries, Cherry Salsa, Chopped Cherry Jam, Cherry Nut Bread Mix, and our Summer Tomato Salad Dressing, make a wonderful gift for a friend, or yourself! We will give you $10 off the cost of the shipping if you order this week.  Instead of $22, you’ll only pay $12, – so order quickly, because this offer ends August 3.

 

No promo code needed – we’ll take care of the details for you!

Specials may not be combined.  Only one special available per order.  Thank you!

Meet Heather, at Seaquist Orchards Farm Market

Meet Heather, at Seaquist Orchards Farm Market

Heather is our next family member we would like you to meet!  She is married to Zach, and mother to Collin.  Heather has many different responsibilities at the market, – depending on the needs, and on the day.  Some days may be spent fixing computer problems, – or any other technological issues.  She also works diligently on improving and maintaining our website, works with the online store, our fundraising program, and can be found working all over the market, doing whatever needs to be done.  The computer is froze. Call Heather.  Need office supplies?  Ask Heather.  Need help receiving products?  Ask Heather.  Is the smoothie/slush machine not working correctly?  Tell Heather. Need a break?  Ask Heather to fill in.  Need help making pies?  Ask Heather.  Need a photo taken? Just ask Heather.  Heather has been heard to say that she thinks her job is mainly to help Kristin, and that is exactly what she does!  Thank you Heather, – for helping make things run smoothly at Seaquist Orchards Farm Market!

It may be warm in Door County!

It may be a warm day in Door County, but you can cool off with a delicious Cherry Almond Smoothie, or Apple Cider Slush at Seaquist Orchards Farm Market!

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Free Cherry Crème Coffee Pillow Pack from Seaquist Orchards Farm Market with order of only $20 or more!

Free Cherry Crème Coffee Pillow Pack from Seaquist Orchards Farm Market with order of only $20 or more!

It’s cherry season in Door County, and especially here at Seaquist Orchards Farm Market!  Order some of your favorites, and with a $20 order, we’ll help you develop a new favorite – Cherry Crème Coffee from Door County Coffee!  Don’t wait!  This offer ends 7/27/12.  Use promo code – coffee