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Since 1946, the Gonzales family has grown the rare and fabulous California Blenheim apricots. Grown on our Hollister ranch, we continue to be the farmer, pruner, dryer, packer, and seller of the vanishing Blenheim apricot. We produce the best tasting apricots in the world all "Home Grown in the Flavor Zone"!

In addition to our incredible dried apricots, be sure to discover our variety of nuts (walnuts, pistachios, almonds) and other dried fruits (peaches, pears, prunes, and more). For those who believe less is more, we have dark and delicious unsulfured dried apricots. And don't forget our sweet and tart selection of apricot jams and syrups as well as our decadent chocolate covered fruits and nuts.  Simply delicious! Everything here on the ranch is organically grown.

Enjoy!

Patti and Gary Gonzales, Hollister, CA

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Notice the reduced shipping charges?

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ApricotKing struck a deal with UPS for a reduced rate

for UPS shipping......hooray......this is a win-win situation for

our  customers.   We've been UPSing and USPOing for

15 years and we always try to give you the best deal in shipping.

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No More Bulk

We're running out of cots at an alarming rate.....we'll be out in a few months.I took all the bulk orders off the website to slow down the depletion.Plenty of Unsulphured Apricots in the Bulk....but nothing else.  Sorry.

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A Full Bloom....and then RAIN????

We're worried now.   A few weeks ago, we had a full bloom....a lovely, full, rich, set.Now, we're having two weeks of steady rain.   I ask you, how can the trees pollinate?Apricots are self pollinating.....don't need bees like the almonds do.....but how canthey self pollinate in this rain?Although we love and need rain, this is the [...]

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Here comes the rain!

We just finished planting an additional 2200 Blenheim Apricots and the rain is expected to hit hard tomorrow.   These little fellas were added on to last year's 5,000  Blenheims planted on a new ApricotKing Orchard.That's a total of 39 new acres in Hollister...all Blenheims of course.Now.....if we could only keep the deer from eating those tender, young trees.......  

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Ahhhhhh the finish line!

We're at the finish line folks.....everything that was ordered went out the door.Over 800 separate orders, individual notes, and gift wrapping went outon Holiday orders.  Our top seller remains the Apricot Pleasures, followed closely by theChocolate Dipped Apricots.  Thanks to my staff who hustled and workedlong and hard, I could never pull this off without them.  [...]

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And Now they Make the Turn......for the Homestretch.. .....Heading for the Finish Line.

It's like a horserace here.   Three hundred orders came in over the weekend.  Mostly gifts, lots of messages to write....we'll doour best......but orders made after today MONDAY.....are not guaranteed to make it by Christmas....

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And then there's MORE PUDDLES

I lied.  There are more puddles.Order away...The Chocolate is flowing.....the machine is humming,the staff is packing, and we are shipping outeverything that is ordered.It's like a Run for the Roses type event here at ApricotKiang

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Busy Busy Busy

My apologies to the Puddle fans......a few came out, then the chocolatemachine broke, then the chocolate man ran out of dark chocolates......Ipromise they're coming.  We were forced to do them individually and it's taken forever.  We're promised that the chocolate man's machine if fixed, and his dark chocolate is flowing.Worth waiting for .............for sure.

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Puddles

Some call them crack.   We call them  Puddles.They're back  in stock........tender cots, caramel puddle in the center, dark chocolate all around.   Yikes.....could there be anything better?  Limit 2-3 per customer.  

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Puddles are coming

ETA:  Wednesday December 6There should be a law against these, but there isn't.

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