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  • KIDS of Summer

    “Working in Peaches” was the terminology used back when I was a teenager sitting around the cafeteria table discussing which packing house we would be spending our summer vacation in.  Back then, “working in peaches”, meant long hot days and nights in the packing house, folding boxes and box tops...
  • Summer Classics

    Growing up in the heart of Peach County, fresh peaches in the summer were a given.  Local folks didn't dream of buying peaches anywhere other than a packing house or fruit stand in town.  Why? Because everyone knew our Georgia peaches were the best!  They certainly checked all the boxes for the b...
  • ** RECIPE CONTEST**

    Summers at Pearson Farm are full of hot days, an occasional dip in a cool pond, and of course plenty of sweet and juicy peaches.  The Pearson girls love spending summer afternoons together in their family kitchen finding new and fun ways to incorporate peaches into meals and delicious treats.  Re...
  • Allergy Test Kits

    Food allergies are a scary reality for many in our society.  According to the CDC, over 50 million Americans suffer from them, with nut allergies being the most common.  Nut Allergies are also among the most common food allergies related to anaphylaxis, a potentially life-threatening reaction tha...
  • Pearson Farm Walks the Red Carpet

    Last week, Pearson Farm attended the Taste of Southern event a few miles south of the farm, in Perry.  We were privileged to be in the company of many great restaurants and caterers, along with 800 of our closest friends.  We served our Buttermilk Pecan Pie and just as expected, the response was...
  • Pearson Farm goes to the FAIR

    Last week, the Georgia National Fair was in town and Pearson Farm was proudly represented!  From selling our fares in the Georgia Grown store, sponsoring and judging recipe contests to  sharing our delicious goodies with Fair goers, Pearson Farm was all over the fairgrounds.  For the very first t...
  • Nutty Fingers

      When I was in the second grade 72 years ago at the Zenith School, there was an accident that occurred during recess.  The old school house had indoor bathrooms but the access to them was outside.  On this particular day, a boy in my class went to the bathroom and upon leaving, slammed his finge...
  • Saying So Long to the 2018 Peach Season....

    It seems like yesterday, we were praying for our sweet little peach trees and their delicate blooms to make it through the last frost of Spring, yet here we are having picked, packed, and shipped the last box of Pearson Farm peaches for the 2018 season. Despite only harvesting 50% of a crop, this...
  • Hey Guinness Book of World Records, Check out this PEACH!

    GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS HERE WE COME!!!!It's  been weighed,  it's been measured and it's been (unofficially) certified that Pearson Farm has grown the World's Largest Peach!!  All we need now is the word from Guinness...... The massive peach grown in one of our orchards in Peach County weighed in ...
  • My Daddy...... by Laurie Pearson DeMint

    Nothing makes me homesick like smelling peaches in the grocery store. I've actually cried in the produce section before.  To me, the smell of a peach is heavy with wonderful memories of being a child, riding in my daddy's truck, or visiting the packing shed. I'm Laurie, the youngest of Al's 3 chi...
  • Pearson Prince Peach Path

    After years of speaking with customers and answering numerous questions about peach varieties, we came to the conclusion that the only way to truly understand the difference is to experience each peach variety first hand.  Since color, texture, and taste change throughout the season from one vari...
  • 25 YEARS AND COUNTING

    This week we are celebrating these valued Pearson Farm FAMILY members. Maribel, Vicki, Gary, Israel, and Jose'. They have all worked 25 consecutive years on the Farm. So in case you're counting, that is 250,000 combined hours they have given to Pearson Farm!! We are so lucky to call them FAMILY. ...