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$17/1LB Bag

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We will have these delightful pecans available at 4 different locations. See below for details. 


Alexandria
Available for purchase online (credit or debit card), or at Reach Church (cards, cash, or check)
All purchases must be picked up at Reach Church
1310 N. Nokomis St. Alexandria, MN. 56308
Available weekdays 5p-7p 
November 11th - December 23rd. (not available November 21, 22, or 23)
Call Kevin with any questions: 320.304.2984
 

Hutchinson
Available for purchase online (credit or debit card), or in office (cards, cash, or check)
All purchases must be picked up at the Hutchinson office: 
1020 HWY 7 W Suite C Hutchinson, MN. 55350
Available weekdays 9am-4pm 
November 11th-December 23rd.
Call Isaac with any questions: 320-587-4111
 

Redwood Falls
Available for purchase online (credit or debit card), or at the Calf Fiend Cafe (cards, cash, or check)
All purchases must be picked up at the Calf Fiend Cafe
220 E 2nd St, Redwood Falls, MN 56283 
Available daily 7am-5pm
November 11th-December 23rd.
Call Chris with any questions: 218.310.2156

 
Willmar 
Available for purchase online (credit or debit card), or in office (cards, cash, or check)
All purchases must be picked up at the Willmar office: 
Available for pick up, or in office purchase:
November 10-December 23
8:30am-3pm
Call Our Office with any questions: 320.235.0119
 
 
Pecans are grown by the Genuine Georgia Group, the same folks that provide our delicious peaches.
Check out their website here: Genuine Georgia Group

 

 
The Elliot Story
The Elliot pecans in this bag are known by foodies and chefs alike for their signature sweet flavor, high oil content, and natural buttery crunch. This plump, round nut is a pecan unlike any other pecan you’ve ever tasted. Only a handful of growers have them planted, so their limited supply makes them a treat worth savoring.
The Elliot pecan is named after Henry Elliot, the gentlemen who discovered this specific variety growing on his farm in the Florida panhandle in the 1910’s. The Elliot is known as one of the most disease-resistant pecan trees that grow in the Southeastern United States.
You’ll immediately notice that size and shape of the Elliot pecan lends itself perfectly for cooking and baking as it requires no chopping. Simply add Elliot halves to your salads, cookies, and pies, and enjoy their amazing flavor.