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Bolton Orchards is part of my daily routine. Whether I go for apples, bread, cream, celery, peanuts, greeting cards or Sunday newspapers - it's all available here. It's not a "convenience store" because it doesn't carry beer or wine or lottery tickets or cough syrup, but it is certainly convenient for me. And I like having it right here in...
We started going her over a dozen years ago. Maybe it's because the place is more crowded now, but the quality and experience have fallen over the years. The farm store is ok, but the bakery used to be better. "Hot" apple crisp was lukewarm, and so mushy that it was actually more like applesauce, with no "crisp" whatsoever. With...
Bolton Orchards began as Davis Farm, a dairy in Massachusetts in the late 1800s. The company acquired a 200-acre peach orchard in Bolton, Mass., and began production of fruit. It is produces an assortment of fresh fruits and vegetables, including a large variety of apples, peaches, pears, nectarines, plums, sweet corn, tomatoes, squash, pumpkins, and varieties of cider. Bolton Orchards also...
At Bolton Orchards there is over 250 acres of producing land. There are 25 varieties of apples, 15 peach varieties, and 5 different varieties of pears, nectarines and plums. Pumpkins, sweet corn, tomatoes and squash are also produced.
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