The Farms of Brownwood Farms

It was a simpler time when Brownwood Farms started in 1945. Folks knew exactly where their food came from because they knew the people who grew it. The world may have changed a lot since then but we haven't. Our fruit comes from orchards worked by the same families for generations who share our commitment to quality and the values of times past. We invite you to get to know them so when you taste the simple goodness of our products you know who made it possible.

Kamphuis Blueberries - Holland, Michigan

In 1941, Scott Kamphuis’s Great-Grandfather, planted his first blueberry bush just north of Holland, MI; nestled along the shoreline of Lake Michigan the richness of the soil provides a foundation for the plumpest, juiciest, most delicious berries grown.

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Hoxsie's Apple Farm - Williamsburg, Michigan

Nothing says "tradition" like five generations. So when Denny Hoxsie talks about how things are done on his Apple farm it means something, after all his great-great grandfather did them the same way. "We have a personal relationship with each tree," he says.

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Chateau Grand Traverse - Traverse City, Michigan

Grapes like to grow where people like to live. For about a century folks have headed north from Cincinnati, St Louis, Indianapolis and Chicago to escape the Mississippi Valley heat. Their destination was Northern Michigan’s Old Mission Peninsula.

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Leelanau Fruit - Suttons Bay, Michigan

Northern Michigan is the world's "Cherry Capital". Don't believe us, just fly up and visit; the Traverse City's airport is named "Cherry Capital." Even though Northern Michigan is the "Cherry Capital", the sweet-spot for growing is Leelanau County.

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