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  • Ontario Tender Fruit: Ontario Peaches, Nectarines, Pears, Plums, Tart Cherries and Grapes:
    Marketing Board OTFG The pages and materials contained on this Site are the property of the OTFG The OTFG reserves the right at its sole discretion to change modify add or remove any portion of this Site or these Terms in whole or in part at any time and for any reason Changes to these Terms will be effective when posted You agree to review these Terms periodically to be

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  • Ontario Tender Fruit: Ontario Peaches, Nectarines, Pears, Plums, Chilled & Pitted Cherries and Grapes:
    Nutrition Plums Nutrition Grapes Merchandising Tips STORAGE HANDLING Seedless Coronation Grapes Food Safety The Ontario tender fruit and grape industry has built its reputation by consistently supplying Canadian retailers with safe quality fruit The Ontario Tender Fruit Producers and the Ontario Fresh Grape Growers Marketing Boards in conjunction with the Canadian Horticultural Council have adopted the Canada GAP OFFS On Farm Food Safety program based on the seven basic principles

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  • Ontario Tender Fruit: Ontario Peaches, Nectarines, Pears, Plums, Chilled & Pitted Cherries and Grapes:
    for storing peaches is 95 as this will slow shrivelling Do not expose peaches to cold air blasts from refrigeration units as peaches freeze quickly Storage life for ripe peaches at 32 F 0 C is 7 to 10 days Colour Quality A green background colour suggests the peach was immature when picked and may not ripen well These can become shriveled or flabby and have tough poorly flavoured flesh Peaches that exhibit large flattened bruises will not ripen well A deep reddish brown colour softening of the fruit or a slight shriveling of the skin at the stem end indicates over ripenness A bright fresh appearance with a yellowish or creamy background signifies a good quality peach The popular red blush may be present on peaches in varying degrees depending on the variety but it is not a sign of maturity Sound peaches will be free from damage such as bruises The peach is a member of the rose family and should have a pleasingly sweet fragrance Peaches should be soft to the touch but not mushy Look for a well defined crease that runs from the stem to the point CARE STORAGE FOR ONTARIO TENDER FRUIT Ontario tender fruit is exactly that tender Peaches plums and pears demand proper care and storage in order to maintain their quality Fresh bright colours of properly ripened fruit are a natural draw for the consumerís eye To ensure your merchandising displays are attracting the attention they deserve follow these simple guidelines 1 Do not store tender fruit above 35 F 2 C quickens ripening and can cause internal breakdown 2 Avoid stacking baskets of fruit or rough handling 3 Frequently cull displays for damaged fruit to prevent the spread of spoilage 4 Ontario tender fruit is delicate remember the least amount

    Original URL path: http://www.ontariotenderfruit.ca/trade/storage-handling.php?peach (2016-04-27)
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  • Ontario Tender Fruit: Ontario Peaches, Nectarines, Pears, Plums, Chilled & Pitted Cherries and Grapes:
    ripen even if harvested at the mature green stage European blue plums and prunes will not continue to ripen after harvest For best customer satisfaction ensure your prunes are mature at harvest Plums should be well coloured for the particular variety Select prunes that yield to gentle pressure A reddish brown appearance around the pit indicates a normal ripening process A slight shrivel around the stem end is normal CARE STORAGE FOR ONTARIO TENDER FRUIT Ontario tender fruit is exactly that tender Peaches plums and pears demand proper care and storage in order to maintain their quality Fresh bright colours of properly ripened fruit are a natural draw for the consumerís eye To ensure your merchandising displays are attracting the attention they deserve follow these simple guidelines 1 Do not store tender fruit above 35 F 2 C quickens ripening and can cause internal breakdown 2 Avoid stacking baskets of fruit or rough handling 3 Frequently cull displays for damaged fruit to prevent the spread of spoilage 4 Ontario tender fruit is delicate remember the least amount of handling is best 5 Pears produce and absorb odours i e do not display or store near onions Food Safety The Ontario

    Original URL path: http://www.ontariotenderfruit.ca/trade/storage-handling.php?plum (2016-04-27)
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  • Ontario Tender Fruit: Ontario Peaches, Nectarines, Pears, Plums, Chilled & Pitted Cherries and Grapes:
    1st In 1st Out Rule Upon receiving code date all deliveries to make sure the first pails you receive are the first pails that are displayed STORAGE Ontario chilled and pitted cherries are very perishable if not handled properly Cherries should be kept in cold storage for up to four days or for longer periods in a freezer at 1 to 0 C 30 to 32 F Food Safety The

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  • Ontario Tender Fruit: Ontario Peaches, Nectarines, Pears, Plums, Chilled & Pitted Cherries and Grapes:
    turn yellow and give off an aroma when ripe Cover pallets of green pears with canvas which holds in heat and gas to ripen without causing the product to deteriorate Optimum Storage Conditions a Remove field heat immediately b Use a dedicated storage with constant temperature and humidity levels c Pears will freeze at 2 C therefore a range of 0 to 1 C is recommended d Relative humidity of 90 to 95 Maximum storage period a Bartlett 2 5 to 3 months b Bosc 3 5 to 4 months An additional 1 to 2 months can be added by utilizing proper CA storage Scald can be a factor in long term storage and can be managed similar to apples Handling of pears through grading and packing can result in fruit scaring It is recommended that pears be graded and packed quickly after harvest and stored in a packed format Pears held in bulk bins for longer periods should be graded by hand Properly managed the marketing of pears can be successfully spread over the time periods suggested Poorly stored pears will not last as long and can result in the loss of product and distressed pricing CARE STORAGE FOR ONTARIO TENDER FRUIT Ontario tender fruit is exactly that tender Peaches plums and pears demand proper care and storage in order to maintain their quality Fresh bright colours of properly ripened fruit are a natural draw for the consumerís eye To ensure your merchandising displays are attracting the attention they deserve follow these simple guidelines 1 Do not store tender fruit above 35 F 2 C quickens ripening and can cause internal breakdown 2 Avoid stacking baskets of fruit or rough handling 3 Frequently cull displays for damaged fruit to prevent the spread of spoilage 4 Ontario tender fruit is

    Original URL path: http://www.ontariotenderfruit.ca/trade/storage-handling.php?pear (2016-04-27)
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  • Ontario Tender Fruit: Ontario Peaches, Nectarines, Pears, Plums, Chilled & Pitted Cherries and Grapes:
    Stephanie Lariviere Phone 519 326 4417 Fax 519 326 7461 mark erieJames com JAMES BARTKIW PRODUCE 4226 13th Street Louth Jordan Station Ontario L0R 1S0 Contact Jim Bartkiw Phone 905 562 7170 Fax 905 562 7960 naturesbest talkwireless ca LAKELEE ORCHARDS LTD 4452 Thirteenth Street Jordan Station Ontario L0R 1S0 Contact Ron Troup Phone 905 562 4850 Fax 905 562 3588 lakelee talkwireless ca N B F PRODUCE LTD 3325 First Avenue Vineland Station Ontario L0R 2E0 Contact Phil Short Phone 905 562 4857 or 7743 Fax 905 562 4291 philshort nbfproduce com NIAGARA FRUIT VEGETABLE GROWERS 1579 Creek Road Box 99 Virgil Ontario L0S 1T0 Contact Dave Dionne Norman Hope Phone 905 468 3261 Fax 905 468 5414 dave niagarafruitvegetable com NIAGARA ORCHARD VINEYARD CORP Fruit Sales 1550 Hwy 55 Box 43 Virgil Ontario L0S 1T0 Contact Joe Dutchyn Phone 905 468 3298 Fax 905 468 2527 jdutchyn niagaraorchard com http www youtube com watch v 42hXHLJf7v8 NIAGARA ORCHARD VINEYARD CORP Louth Division 1550 Hwy 55 Box 43 Virgil Ontario L0S 1T0 Contact Rob Fast Phone 905 468 3297 or 888 310 1158 Fax 905 468 2527 rfast niagaraorchard com http www youtube com watch v 42hXHLJf7v8 NIAGARA ORCHARD VINEYARD CORP Niagara Division 1550 Hwy 55 Box 43 Virgil Ontario L0S 1T0 Contact Arnie Lepp Phone 905 646 5777 Fax 905 646 5891 alepp niagaraorchard com http www youtube com watch v 42hXHLJf7v8 NIAGARA SEASONAL SALES INC R R 3 1300 Lakeshore Road Niagara on the Lake Ontario L0S 1J0 Contact Jamie Mastronardi Phone 905 938 2363 Fax 905 934 9234 nss iaw com Norfolk Fruit Growers Association Box 279 99 Queensway E Simcoe ON N3Y 4L1 Contact Tom O Neill or Don Werden Phone 519 426 0640 Fax 519 426 2012 toneill nfga ca http www norfolkfruitgrowers com

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  • Ontario Tender Fruit: Ontario Peaches, Nectarines, Pears, Plums, Chilled & Pitted Cherries and Grapes
    Merchandising Tips ontario coronation grape recipes Agnes Coronation Grape Buckle Barbecued Summer Fruit Gratin Bosc Pear Waffles with Coronation Grape Syrup Coronation Grape Jelly Coronation Grape Moroccan Chicken Coronation Grape Orange Conserve Moroccan Coronation Grape Couscous Ontario Grape Sicles Plum Ginger Jam Roast Beef Blue Cheese and Ontario Coronation Grape Jam Sandwich Roasted Asparagus and Coronation Grape Salad SUMMER FRUIT SALAD ROLLS Summer Trifle with Blue Grapes Wheat Berry Salad

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