Cider & fruit in season, Cornell dairy products & more.
- Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- Saturday-Sunday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Location: 709 Dryden Rd. (Rt. 366) across from the Vet School. View map.
Cider is in!
Apple Bake Off event to support United Way
Fruit and vegetables available now!
Subject to change
- Empire (Cornell Variety)
- Jonagold (Cornell Variety)
- Macoun (Cornell Variety)
- Organically certified Liberty (Cornell Variety)
- Acey Mac
- Frozen raspberries
- Butternut Squash (grown by Freeville Research Farm, Freeville, NY)
- Sunshine Squash (grown by Freeville Research Farm, Freeville, NY)
- Golden Hubbard Squash (grown by Freeville Research Farm, Freeville, NY)
- Carving Pumpkins (grown by Freeville Research Farm, Freeville, NY)
- Giant Pumpkins >100lbs (grown by Freeville Research Farm, Freeville, NY)
- Cherry Tomatoes (grown by Plowbreak Farm, Burdett, NY)
- Mini Butternut squash (grown by Plowbreak Farm, Burdett, NY and bred by Prof. Michael Mazourek/Cornell University)
- Kabocha Winter Squash (grown by Plowbreak Farm, Burdett, NY)
- Trombocino-butternut Winter Squash (grown by Plowbreak Farm, Burdett, NY)
*In out of season, we offer controlled atmosphere (C.A.) apples. We place choice fruit, selected at harvest, in a sealed cold room for at least 90 days. We use nitrogen to bring the oxygen level down from the 21% that we breathe to around 2.5%, and allow carbon dioxide from fruit respiration to accumulate to around 2%. This slows fruit aging and preserves fruit firmness, acidity, sugars and Vitamin C. The fruit with the C.A. label has higher nutritional and sensory quality than the regular cold-stored fruit of the same age.
Also available (subject to change), products from:
- Cornell Orchards cider
- Cornell Maple Syrup from Arnot Forest research facility
- Collection of Cornell Orchards shirts, hoodies, long sleeves and caps
- Sweet Sensations Bakery run by Cornell Dining
- Merle Maple products, Attica, NY
- Lively Run Goat farm, Interlaken, NY
- Howlands Honey, Berkshire, NY
- Martin’s Kitchen, Dundee, NY
- Darling Cakes, Ithaca, NY
- Sunbeam Candles, Ithaca, NY
- Betterbee, Greenwich, NY
- StonyBrook Wholeheartedfoods, Geneva, NY
- Heart's of Desire, Little Falls, NY
- Knapp Farms, Lowman, NY
- Jackies’s Jams and Jellies, LLC
- J&K Clayworks, Victor, NY
- Avital’s Apairies, Ithaca
- Our 5 acre Homestead, Berkshire, NY
- Peanut Principle, Syracuse, NY
- Piggery, Ithaca, NY
- Crooked Carrot, Ithaca, NY
- Honey Rock Farm, Ithaca, NY
- Finger Lakes Soap Company, Van Etten, NY
- Many more…..
Contact: 607-255-4542 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Donation policy
- Read more about our apple varieties and their uses. Apple season normally runs from late August to mid-April.
- Estimated harvest times for Cornell Orchard apples.
- Why shop at Cornell Orchards? An apple peel a day might keep cancer at bay, Cornell food science study finds
- Pick Your Own? Because we are a research facility, we do not offer pick your own fruit. Other local fruit growers do. See the Tompkins County CCE Local Food Guide which has listings of U-Pick apple, cherry, blueberry, raspberry, and strawberry farms.
- Contact us about field trips for your class: email@example.com