Our History

History Vineland Growers

This is a story of a business enterprise. It started on the 12th of September 1913, when four prominent Niagara Peninsula fruit growers met at the home of Mr. Alonzo H. Culp to discuss the formation of a co-operative fruit company.

Besides Mr. Culp, who was to become the first president of the Co-operative, there were in attendance at that meeting Mr. Ezra Honsberger, Mr. Norman P. Moyer and Mr. Melvin Honsberger... READ MORE

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Nectarines get their name from the drink of the Olympic gods called 'nectar'. Nectarines come from the same family of fruit as peaches and their appearance in quite similar.
Cherries date as far back as 300 B.C. and are named after the Turkish town of Cerasus. In the Niagara Peninsula cherries have been enjoyed not only for their luscious sweet...