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Harry’s Berries breaks all the rules. They only grow delicate varieties, don’t produce the volume that conventional farms do, and their berries don’t last long after picking. But the reason for their cult following is clear. They sell out every year, yet they don't want to expand to a point where they might not be able to retain their golden quality. After all, quality is the real fruit of Harry’s Berries labor.
Molly, a fourth-generation farmer, has seen the deep values that family brings to the inner workings of a farm. And now, all of her adult children and some of her grandchildren work in the business. Continuing the legacy of Harry himself, Molly and her family are spreading conscious tradition – one lush, sweet strawberry at a time.
— MOLLY GEAN
They only grow deep red, low acidity berries with no white shoulders. They’re far sweeter and juicier than any other strawberry, harvested at the perfect degree of ripeness. Chefs create specialty dishes with them, farmer’s market goers line up religiously every season, and their loyal fanbase has grown nationwide. We’ve been lucky to get our hands on these rubies and make our favorite fruit snack out of them – Harry’s Berries Spicy Strawberries.