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Meet The Market: Way Fruit Farms

Fall is fast approaching, and that means one thing: apple season. And no one does apple season like Way Fruit Farms, a family-owned farm out of Port Matilda, PA. For the past 20 years, Way Fruit Farms has been supplying fresh fruits and apple cider to the State College community. The farm has been around for six generations, and their classic apple cider recipe and orchards haven’t changed much since then. However, they have quadrupled the size of their sale room to allow for more production of pies, sticky buns, and cider while still selling apples, peaches, and plums. This week, we’re introducing you to the market a little differently — with a video.

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Sam Panko

Sam is a freshman from Morristown, New Jersey looking to pursue a major in Marketing. He is a videographer for Onward State. Sam enjoys film, music, art, and animation. You can contact Sam at [email protected]


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