Skagit Fresh Cider Documentary and Promotion

Skagit Fresh Apple Cider is a special product produced by, PSFN Member, Skagit Fresh Beverage Company. Skagit Fresh’s Seasonal Cider is a delicious blend of sweet apples grown by three farms in the Skagit Valley – Merritt Apples, Sakuma Bros. Farms and Perkins Variety Apples.

To learn more about Skagit Fresh’s new product, PSFN and Northwest Agriculture Business Center staff visited Skagit Fresh’s production facility in Bow, WA.  In visiting, we produced a short documentary video that details Skagit Fresh’s inception and provides interesting detail and footage of Skagit Fresh Cider in production. Enjoy! Take a look below for retails sale locations and a Wholesale Promotion brought to you by PSFN’s Live Market.

This cider is UV treated (versus heat pasteurized).  The process kills all harmful bacteria and maintains shelf stability.  That also means it is one of the only 100% apple ciders on the market that doesn’t taste cooked.  Like biting into an apple right from the tree, this cider is too tasty to miss!

Holiday Promotion

Skagit Fresh Holiday Apple Cider is available for wholesale pick up. Available from October 2010 through February 2011 in retail ready Gallons and Half Gallon jugs. $3.35 per gallon ($13.40 per case) and $2.29 per 1/2 gallon ($20.61 per case). Minimum order is 1 case. That’s a hot price! Contact or (425) 445-3888 for more information or to arrange pick up.

Retail Locations

Whole Foods

  • Bellevue, WA
  • Interbay – Seattle, WA
  • Redmond, WA
  • Roosevelt Square – Seattle, WA
  • Westlake – Seattle, WA

Metropolitan Markets – Seattle,WA

  • Queen Anne
  • Uptown
  • Admiral
  • Sand Point
  • Proctor
  • Kirkland

Skagit Valley Food Coop – Mount Vernon, WA
Snoqualimie Ridge Kress IGA – Snoqualimie, WA
Camano Plaza IGA – Camano Island, WA
The Goose Community Grocer  (Whidbey Island) – Langley, WA
The Star Store (Whidbey Island) – Langley, WA
San Juan Island Food Coop – Friday Harbor, WA
Prairie Center Red Apple – Coupeville, WA

Farm Stands

Rosebella’s Garden Bakery – Bow, WA
Perkins Variety Apples – Sedro-Woolley, WA

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