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Pickled Products Galore! Get Free* Ground Shipping on your $65 order! Details inside.

July 30, 2010
Fly Creek Cider Mill
Pickles Galore!

Are you someone who prefers their vegetables tart and tangy? Are you looking for that secret ingredient that will add a little kick to your potato salad? Look no further! Our Pickled Products will provide just the right amount of kick and sass to any dish. We have many varieties to choose from like Dilled Green Beans, Pickled Beets, Bread & Butter or Best Selling Spicy Pickled Garlic. We’re sure you’ll agree, they’re always best straight from the jar! Click here to make your selection.

Looking for a Pickled Product with a sense of humor? Try our New Dill Pickle Mints! They’ll make the perfect pucker! Click here to place your order.

Shop Today! Place your $65.00 order by Aug 5th and get Free* Ground Shipping! Please use promo code 729PCKL at checkout to take advantage of this great offer. Click here to begin shopping.

*This offer is available for On-Line Store orders only. Not available for orders shipping to Alaska and Hawaii.

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Spicy & Tangy Pickled Products Dill Pickle Mints! Apples now available

at the Mill Store

From the Mill Store:

We now have the following New York State apple varieties fresh from controlled atmosphere storage available in our Pack-your-own apple display room:

Empire Apples- Introduced in 1966 at Cornell New York this is a cross between a McIntosh and a Red Delicious. A tasty blend of sweet and tart this is ideal for eating and baking.

NY Grown in the Hudson Valley:

Peaches, Nectarines, and Plums (Formosa – sweet)

Mix and match with the Empire Apples – all the same price!

Vera Bradley Fans:

Vera Bradley Designs Fall Preview Event. Visit the Mill on Saturday, July 31 for a special showing of Vera Bradley Designs Handbags. Enter to win a free bag from our Vera Bradley Designs representative. No purchase necessary. Free parking.
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