All things new again!

Posted August 21st, 2014 in Uncategorized

Since the Queen of Tarts’ last blogged, much has changed at Oregon Fruit Products.  We have introduced new products and relaunched our wonderful iconic products with a new look.  We want to share this great new look.


All great brands evolve, and we are just tickled about the classic Oregon brand – with the additional focus on Specialty Fruit.  Let’s be honest.  That’s what we are.  Also note the increased prominence of the honey bee on our logo and cans.  The humble bee is a critical part of the lifecycle of our fruits and we honor their valient efforts to continue their important jobs.  Watch as we look to invest community funds and to aid in understanding the loss of so many precious bees in our regions.


Also, take a look at our gorgeous new cans.  The look first arrived in our plant in Salem, Oregon in the late winter, and some of you have seen the new cans on your local shelf.  We think the new graphics capture our specialty fruits, but the black can carries back to our long heritage and brand identity. Do  you agree?

Watch for new recipes and ideas here and on our web site –  You will see a terrific facelift on the web site, too.  Be well, and bake on!

Family Traditions Old and New

Posted December 15th, 2012 in Holiday, Posts

Last week I wrote about a family traditional Cherry Coke Jell-O dessert.  I heard that post provided an adorable second grader with some show and tell for her school assignment which pleased me very much.  (After all, it was about her own family tradition!)  I asked you all to share your traditions with me but…Read More

Royal Anne Cherry Galette

Posted December 15th, 2012 in Desserts, Recipe

  Single Crust for a 10inch deep dish pie: 9 Tbs unsalted butter 1 ½ cups All Purpose Flour ¼ tsp Salt 1/8 tsp baking powder 3 ½ – 4 ½ TBS ice water 1 ½ tsp Apple Cider Vinegar   Divide the butter into two parts- 6 TBS and 3 TBS. Cut into 3/4inch…Read More

You Meet the Nicest People

Posted December 8th, 2012 in Holiday, In the Kitchen, Posts, Serving with Style

A few weeks ago I was on a plane to Portland for a meeting and had the good fortune to sit next to a nice man named David Weiss.  David is a fellow food sales guy making his living selling Nestle Water to convenience stores.   Ironically, David’s family has a traditional holiday jello salad that…Read More

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