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Blueberry Baskets and Boxes

JONES BLUEBERRY BASKET

 

Size:
2 quarts; 2.5 pounds approx.

This is a great container for children; families so everyone can have their own container; and people who want to make the Jones Double Good Blueberry Pie and have extra for salads and snacking.

Every person 10 or older should pick one of these baskets; or share a Jones Berry Box

Options for children younger than 10 year old: 1) pick their own basket, 2) share a basket with an adult, or 3) should pick a Kid's Pint

Blueberry Pricing: $15 each for your 1st basket; 2 baskets at $15 each; 3 baskets at $12.67 each; 4 baskets at $10.50 each.

For families and small groups, the cost of 4 baskets is $42, and has the same volume pricing as the box.  For almost the same amount of money, you can harvest 8 to 10 plus pounds, and have more picking containers for the members of your family to share.


JONES BLUEBERRY BOX

 

Size:
6-8 quarts; 8-10+ pounds

A Jones classic! People treasure their Jones berry box. This is a great container to farm with us and bring in the crop. It is a better container for for one or two adults looking to harvest a large amount of berries. (See baskets above for families.) This Berry Box is a good amount for 1 or 2 batches of jam; 3 pies; and freezing for smoothies and daiquiris.

Up to 2 people may share a Jones box (adults and/or children)

Blueberry Pricing:  $42 per box, flat rate

 


KID'S PINT

Size:
1 Pint; 3/4 pound

Perfect size for blueberry season for children 9 and under.  All children should have a container or share with one other person. But if a basket is too big for them, the Kid's Pint keeps them actively picking with their own container.

$4

Be good to the land and the land will be good to you.

Philip James JONES, FARM FOUNDER, 1821-1912