Ridge Spring, South Carolina – Titan Farms, the premier grower, packer and processor of peaches in the Eastern United States, prepares to kick off another season of South Carolina peaches this week. Stores are set to be filled with the long-awaited, juicy Titan peaches ahead of Memorial Day celebrations.
“We’re excited to get peach season started here in South Carolina,” says Daryl Johnston, VP of Sales and Marketing at Titan Farms. “We had an optimal winter that will provide our customers with a great tasting peach throughout the season. With an increasing interest in consumer packs – especially the two-pound bag, volume fill and retail promotions, we’re looking forward to an exciting year with our partners. At the end of the day, our goal is to help our retail partners grow their peach category. We are supporting them with a range of different retail promotions to help drive their sales.”
Titan Farms is the second largest producer of peaches in the country behind California and the largest producer in the East Coast with over 6,000 acres in production.
“We’re the only vertically integrated peach grower on the East Coast. We grow it, we pack it, we sell it. This gives us optimal control over quality at all times,” says Johnston.
Titan Farm peaches will be available from the end of May through early September at retailers across the U.S. For more information, contact Daryl Johnston at (803) 685-3500.
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About Titan Farms
Based in Ridge Spring, South Carolina, Titan Farms is the premier grower, packer and shipper of over 3 million boxes of fresh peaches, broccoli and bell peppers annually. Titan Farms recognizes the importance of sustainable agriculture practices and uses them to benefit America’s consumers and to protect our country’s precious natural resources. The team at Titan Farms has an extraordinary commitment to providing only the safest, highest-quality produce for their customers. Titan Farms brings modern farming and old fashion values together to put the highest-quality fruits and vegetables on your table.