Blue Mountain Fruit Company

Located in the Town of The Blue Mountains in the Niagara Escarpment Apple Growing District.

RETAILERS LOVE US!

Top retailers on both sides of the border choose Blue Mountain Fruit Company because they are looking for consistent quality.

Growing Practices

Our apples are grown in a uniquely sustainable and innovative fashion.

Retailers Love Us!

Blue Mountain Fruit Company is focused on delivering high quality, choosing only the most shapely, unblemished fruit for every order.

BLUE MOUNTAIN FRUIT

Blue Mountain Fruit Company located in the Town of the Blue Mountains is a Packer, Marketer, and Exporter of Ontario apples.

GROWING PRACTICES

Blue Mountain Fruit Company carries both the staple apple varieties you would expect, as well as some of the more sought-after varieties.

OUR VARIETIES

AMBROSIA

New to the Georgian Bay area, the Ambrosia is another Canadian discovery found on the Mennell family farm in Cawston, B.C. It has an eye-catching colouration of mostly reddish-orange, with hints of yellow peeking through. The Ambrosia is a medium to large...

CORTLAND

A highly sought after autumn apple, the Cortland's parentage can be traced back to a cross between a McIntosh and a Ben Davis. A larger than average apple with a globular shape, the Cortland has reddish-orange vertical stripes over a pale yellow background. The crisp...

EMPIRE

A cross between a McIntosh and a Red Delicious, the Empire is a medium sized apple with an almost perfectly round shape. It is mostly dark red, with a bit of green and has firm, cream-coloured, flesh that ranges from mild to tart. The Empire apple makes a great choice...

GALA

Voted #1 by Ontario consumers! The Gala is a cross between a Golden Delicious and a Kidd's Orange Red, a medium sized apple with a generally round appearance. The Gala apple's colouration can range from yellow to completely red, depending on the strain. Two of the...

GOLDEN DELICIOUS

The Golden Delicious is an apple variety that popped up all on its own in West Virginia. Its parentage is unclear, but it is most likely related to the Golden Reinette or the Grimes Golden. The Golden Delicious is a medium to large apple with a broad and elongated,...

HONEYCRISP

Honeycrisp apples were discovered by the University of Minnesota back in the 1960s, but did not make their debut in stores until 1991. The Honeycrisp apple is large, conical and pale green to yellow, with a red blush covering 50% to 90% of the apple. Thanks to the...

McINTOSH

John McIntosh discovered the McIntosh apple in 1811 on his farm in Dundela, Ontario. He found it a perfect snacking apple and it took off from there! The Southern Georgian Bay Apple Growing District produces a premium quality McIntosh apple. This home grown favourite...

RED DELICIOUS

The Red Delicious apple is aptly named. It's very sweet, with little acidity. The name has a bit of a history. The apple was originally called a 'Hawkeye', but its rights were sold and it was renamed the 'Stark Delicious'. After the Golden Delicious was discovered, it...

RED PRINCE

Our newest and most exclusive variety! The Red Prince apple was discovered in 1994 on the German/Holland border. A lone tree laden with big, beautiful red apples stood out in stark contrast to the green fruit hanging in the rest of the orchard. At the time of the...

SPARTAN

A cross between a Newton and a McIntosh, medium with an irregular round shape and snow-white, crispy flesh. Best eaten fresh, in pies, and as applesauce. AVAILABILITY Available from mid-October to late January TASTE PROFILE Slightly tart and crisp Fresh Pie...