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Nashville | The Peach Truck Tour | Farm to Porch

NASHVILLE:

Where can I find your peaches? In Nashville we would love to see you at one of our many booths all over Nashville. From as far north as Hendersonville and as far south as Franklin, we have booths everyday of the week in the area. Check out our Nashville Schedule to find out where we will be this week.

How do you sell your peaches? We sell our peaches by the 3-lbs bag or 25lb half-bushel box.

What forms of payment do you accept? We accept and prefer any major credit or debit card! Please use your plastic to ensure the safety of our team.

Why are The Peach Truck peaches so much better than grocery store peaches? The Peach Truck peaches surpass grocery store peaches because they are just hours off the tree when you eat them. Additionally, they’re picked when they’re ripe, and not a second before. Grocery store peaches can spend many, many days in distribution before making it to their final location, which is why their flavor and texture is so poor.

Where are your peaches grown? Our peaches are grown in Ft. Valley, Georgia, the heart of Peach County.

Are your peaches non-GMO or organic? Our peaches are minimally treatedThat means that spraying is always a last resort, never our first option. Our Farm does reserve the right, however, to protect the crop should it become vulnerable. Our farm is GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) certified and it was the first peach farm in Georgia to receive that certification. That means that we have been recognized for not just the care of our wonderful fruit but also the care of the land and creating sustainable farming practices. Our peaches are, indeed, non-GMO.

What makes your Georgia peaches better than South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama or California? When you think Georgia, you think peaches and vice versa. This is not a mistake. These other states may grow more peaches, but Georgia is where you will always get the best peach. Quality over quantity. The heat of the summer cooks the peach day and night ensuring the juiciest peach possible, the red Georgia clay helps retain water and nutrients that allow the tree to create the perfect peach, and they’re picked when they’re ready to be picked, not a second before.

Are your peaches Freestone peaches? Freestone peaches are typically picked in late June. The first peaches of the season are Clingstone peaches, meaning the flesh of the fruit clings fully to the pit. In early June we transition to Semi-Clings peaches, meaning the flesh of the peach comes mostly off the pit. Finally in late June the Freestone peaches arrive, this is when the flesh of the peach comes completely off the pit. Perfect for canning or freezing.

What variety of peaches do we grow? We harvest over 40 varieties of peaches from our white peach, the White Lady to the famous Elberta. We sell whatever variety was picked that day and is ready to be consumed. What variety is the best? The one that’s in your hand! A fresh peach is always the best peach!

Do you offer a wholesale pricing? Are you a restaurant or business? If so, please email hello@thepeachtruck.com about wholesale pricing and delivery details.

What would I do with a whole box of peaches? We have many fantastic recipes available at thepeachtruck.com/recipes. They also hold up beautifully in the freezer! You can also can them. Click the links to see our instructions!

Question still not answered? Contact us!

 

THE PEACH TRUCK TOUR:

How do I buy peaches on the tour? Do I need to pre-order? Welcome to the The Peach Truck Tour!  We are so excited to meet you soon. Anyone is welcome as we do not take pre-orders ahead of time. Our goal is to have as many peaches as all our customer would like to buy. With no limits, it’s time to stock up!

Where does the Tour go? The Tour travels to Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana Pennsylvania, Florida, MIchigan, Texas, & Florida.  For specific locations and dates check out the Tour Schedule.  

How do you sell your peaches? On the Tour, peaches are available by the 25 lb. half-bushel box. A half-bushel box is $43. We also have our delicious pecans available by the 10 oz. bag for $10. They're shelled and halved and do not interact with any other nuts.

What would I do with a whole box of peaches? Great question. You'll be able to pick up a brand new copy of The Peach Truck Cookbook on the tour for $25. 100 Delicious Recipes for All Things Peach, this cookbook will be a summer staple for years to come.

We have many fantastic recipes available at thepeachtruck.com/recipes. They also hold up beautifully in the freezer! You can also can them. Click the links to see our instructions!

Do you ever run out of peaches? It is very rare that we will ever run out of peaches, and we are always improving our logistics to make sure we don’t. In the rare case we do, it’s due to the weather and its impact on the crop. We would rather not have peaches to sell than pick peaches early, giving you a flavorless experience. Quality is king when it comes to The Peach Truck.

What forms of payment do you accept? We only accept credit and debit cards.

My boxes don’t seem completely full. Why? Not to worry, your box is full. The boxes are filled by weight, so no matter how many peaches are in there, you can be sure it’s 25 lbs. of peaches.

Why are The Peach Truck peaches so much better than grocery store peaches? The Peach Truck peaches surpass grocery store peaches because they are just hours off the tree when you eat them. Additionally, they’re picked when they’re ripe, and not a second before. Grocery store peaches can spend many, many days in distribution before making it to their final location, which is why their flavor and texture is so poor.

Where are your peaches grown? Our peaches are grown in Fort Valley, GA, the heart of Peach County. 

Are your peaches non-GMO or organic? Our peaches are minimally treated. That means that spraying is always a last resort, never our first option. Our Farm does reserve the right, however, to protect the crop should it become vulnerable. Our farm is GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) certified and it was the first peach farm in Georgia to receive that certification. That means that we have been recognized for not just the care of our wonderful fruit but also the care of the land and creating sustainable farming practices. Our peaches are, indeed, non-GMO.

What makes your Georgia peaches better than South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama or California? When you think Georgia, you think peaches and vice versa. This is not a mistake. These other states may grow more peaches, but Georgia is where you will always get the best peach. Quality over quantity. The heat of the summer cooks the peach day and night ensuring the juiciest peach possible, the red Georgia clay helps retain water and nutrients that allow the tree to create the perfect peach, and they’re picked when they’re ready to be picked, not a second before.

What variety of peaches do we grow? We harvest over 40 varieties of peaches from our white peach, the White Lady to the famous Elberta. We sell whatever variety was picked that day and is ready to be consumed. What variety is the best? The one that’s in your hand! A fresh peach is always the best peach!

Are your peaches Freestone peaches? Our Freestone Peaches are picked in Mid-June until the end of the season. If you're getting peaches then, they'll be freestones!

Question still not answered? Contact us!

 

FARM TO PORCH (ONLINE ORDERS):

Can I get peaches shipped to me? Absolutely! We ship across the US all summer long, June-August. Currently we cannot ship to California, Arizona, Hawaii, or Alaska due to agricultural regulations.

How are your peaches shipped? Our peaches are hand picked and placed in foam cartons to ensure safety for each of the 13 peaches. 

How long will it take for my order to be shipped and received? We ship Monday through Wednesday each week. Orders placed after Sunday at Midnight Central will be shipped the following week.

Can I enclose a gift message? Absolutely, we would love that.  During the checkout process there is a message box where you can write your personal gift message.

Why are The Peach Truck peaches so much better than grocery store peaches? Peach Truck peaches surpass grocery store peaches because they are literally picked and sold to you within a few days. This insures the proper conditioning of a peach in its natural state which allows the peach be consumed at the perfect time. Whereas a grocery store peach can spend many days if not weeks in refrigeration causing the peach to condition improperly and become mealy and flavorless.  

Where are your peaches grown? Our peaches are grown at in Ft. Valley, Georgia, the heart of Peach County.

Are your peaches non-GMO or organic? Our peaches are minimally treated. That means that spraying is always a last resort, never our first option. Our Farm does reserve the right, however, to protect the crop should it become vulnerable. Our farm is GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) certified and it was the first peach farm in Georgia to receive that certification. That means that we have been recognized for not just the care of our wonderful fruit but also the care of the land and creating sustainable farming practices. Our peaches are, indeed, non-GMO.

What makes your Georgia peaches better than South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama or California? When you think Georgia, you think peaches and vice versa. This is not a mistake. These other states may grow more peaches, but Georgia is where you will always get the best peach. Quality over quantity. The heat of the summer cooks the peach day and night ensuring the juiciest peach possible, the red Georgia clay helps retain water and nutrients that allow the tree to create the perfect peach, and they’re picked when they’re ready to be picked, not a second before.

Are your peaches Freestone peaches? Freestone peaches are typically picked in late June. The first peaches of the season are Clingstone peaches, meaning the flesh of the fruit clings fully to the pit. In early June we transition to Semi-Clings peaches, meaning the flesh of the peach comes mostly off the pit. Finally in late June the Freestone peaches arrive, this is when the flesh of the peach comes completely off the pit. Perfect for canning or freezing.

What variety of peaches do we grow? We harvest over 40 varieties of peaches from our white peach, the White Lady to the famous Elberta. We sell whatever variety was picked that day and is ready to be consumed. What variety is the best? The one that’s in your hand! A fresh peach is always the best peach!

Question still not answered? Contact us!