12147 Corey Lake Road, Three Rivers, Michigan (269) 244-5690

Monthly Archive: April 2020

Update for Thursday, 5-28-20

Spring Produce Update

Asparagus & Rhubarb.  We have plenty of both asparagus and rhubarb coming in now due to the warmer weather.  You do not need to pre-order unless you are looking for 25 pounds or more.  This is a good time to get some for the freezer as they both freeze well.  Buy 10 pounds or more of asparagus and get the quantity discount of $2.25 per pound.  Five or more pounds of rhubarb is discounted at $2 per pound.

Lettuce, Spinach, & Kale.  All three leafy greens are available now.  Perfect for that taste of spring (and diet from sheltering in place eating!)

Greenhouse Cucumbers and Tomatoes.  Both are coming in more plentiful, but we do tend to sell out so feel free to place an order or call to check on availability before you come c920.

BLT TIME:  Yes, now is the perfect time for a BLT!  We have fresh homemade bread from the bakery, freshly picked lettuce, bacon from Jake’s Country Meats, and of course, our own home-grown tomatoes!

Garden and Bedding Plants Update

Garden Plants:  We are down to just a few tomatoes, vegetable, flowers, and herbs left for sale one hand clapping 다운로드.

Tomato and Pepper Plants.  We still have large tomato or pepper plants in pots for your deck, yard or porch.  We have plants that produce regular size tomatoes, regular size peppers, mini tomatoes, and mini peppers.

Hanging Baskets.  We have just a few left to choose from.

“Cut and Grow Back”Bowls:  Lettuce, kale and spinach bowls are still available Download the Bethlehem Bible for Mac.

Other Products Available on the Market

  • Fresh lettuce and spinach mix
  • Jake’s Country Meat: various pork products available in the freezer outside of the bakery
  • Honey
  • Maple Syrup products
  • Mattawan Creamery Yogurt
  • Local jams and jellies
  • Peanut butter and chocolate peanut butter
  • Eggs (XL brown)
  • Cheese
  • Mad Mats
  • Greeting cards made by local artists

Alcohol

  • Selection of hard ciders from dry to sweet
  • Peach Honey and Double Cherry wines
  • Spirits:  various fruit brandies

Bakery Update

Reminder, our physical bakery is not open to the public but we are busy baking and selling our pre-packaged baked goods on the market.  Many of you have asked why we have not opened our bakery to allow you to come in, choose what you want out of the cases, or get a coffee or a slushie.  The reason is that our bakery space is not large enough to allow customers to be able to social distance, which is still a requirement for businesses to keep everyone safe.  In addition, having any self-serve items is currently prohibited.

For now we are trying to do our best to offer you some of the baked goods you have come to love – like our homemade pies, breads, cookies and cinnamon rolls on limited days – Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.  We will have cake donuts on some weekends going forward, but not every weekend previous version of office.

Please know that all of us are adjusting to things being different as time goes on, and these changes are not easy for any of us.  We appreciate your understanding and patience.

We also accept orders by phone if you want to call ahead.  269-244-5690.  Our offerings will differ each week, so make sure to check the weekly email or call us to see what will be available.

Bakery Offerings for this Weekend

Pies – 9” or 6”:

  • Apple – 2 crust
  • Apple – Dutch
  • Blueberry
  • Cherry
  • Rhubarb
  • Strawberry Rhubarb

Cookies – 6 count:

  • Frosted Lemon cookies
  • Monster cookies

Cinnamon Rolls – 2 or 4 count

Blueberry Coffee Cake

Cake Donuts – 6 count: (none this weekend, sorry) 

Yeast Ring Donuts – 6 count:

  • Chocolate – plain or sprinkles
  • Vanilla – plain or sprinkles

Breads:

  • Cinnamon
  • Potato Scallion
  • Tuscan
  • Regular bread
  • Hotdog buns – 8 count
  • Hamburger buns – 8 count

Strawberry Update

Our strawberries suffered some damage from the frost on May 9th.  However, as more bloom we are more confident that we are still going to have a good crop.  Watch for an update next week with information about our 2020 strawberry season!

Our Days and Hours for May

We will have reduced hours and days for the month of May in order to allow us extra time for cleaning and sanitizing.  We will announce our June hours next week.

Open – Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 9 am to 6 pm
Closed – Tuesday, Wednesday

Thank You for Supporting our Business!

We sincerely thank you for shopping local!  We look forward to seeing you soon.

Everyone at Corey Lake Orchards

Market Operations

Pre-ordering:  For your convenience pre-ordering is available.

Curbside service:  We are happy to provide contact-less curbside service:

  1.  Simply call ahead with your order.  Pay over the phone by credit card or give us cash or a check when you pick up.  When you arrive, please park in the designated curbside area adjacent to our market, beep your horn, and we will bring it out to you.
  2. If you are not able to place your order in advance, no problem.  Please pull into the curbside area, beep your horn, and we will take care of you.  It just may take us a few minutes to get your order together.

We intend to continue to offer curbside service as an integral part of our market.  We know we have a steep hill to climb from the parking lot, babies can be asleep in cars, dogs do not want to be left alone, you are in a hurry, or a myriad of other reasons!

For a list of all the changes we made due to COVID-19, please see below.

Current Operational Changes to the Market 

  • We will have one-way entering and exiting for the market.  Customers should enter at the stairway, travel north side of the market towards the Bakery, curve around by Bakery, travel towards the checkout counter, and exit traveling west toward the play yard.
  • For social distancing, we have marked the floors marked with X’s or potted plants every 6 feet.
  • The maximum number of customers we will be allowing in the market at a time is 15.  If we are at capacity, we ask that you wait in line outside of the market 6 feet apart from one another until another customer has finished at checkout and leaves the market area.
  • We will have a hand washing station at the market entrance as well as hand sanitizer available.
  • We strongly urge everyone to use a face mask and consider using gloves.
  • Please only touch items you are going to purchase to minimize surface contact.  If you prefer to not touch anything our clerks would be happy to gather items for you.
  • At this time, please leave your reusable shopping bags at home.
  • Our play yard and restrooms are currently closed