Pie, like tiny hors d’oeuvre forks, can quickly spice up a dinner party, but earn a disqualification when thrown during an eating contest. Break the ice with today’s Groupon to Willamette Valley Fruit Company. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get a punch card for two frozen pies (a $23.98 value).
- For $28, you get a punch card for five frozen pies (a $59.95 value).<p>
Working closely with 20-30 local growers, Willamette Valley Fruit Company’s 20-confectioner teams crimp the crusts of up to 2,000 daily-prepared, 40-ounce pies packed with more than 24 varieties of sweet and fruity filling. Fresh-mixed dough blankets a 9-inch pan before bakers pour in tart apples, ripe pumpkin, or chocolate milked from Count Chocula’s livestock. Sprinkled sugars and crunchy crumbles pepper the brimming fruit before a top crust is hand-crimped over the completed treat. Onsite viewing windows expose each pie’s absence of starch, additives, and how-to guides for prison breaks before customers depart with assortments of ready-to-bake desserts.
Willamette Valley Fruit Company
Sunlight beams down on the stretches of green fields of Willamette Valley Fruit Company, saturating acres of bushes and trees with enough sugary photosynthesis energy to produce up to 12 million pounds of fruit a year. The family in charge of the ripe bounty plucks rhubarb, strawberries, and five types of blackberries before individually flash-freezing them at their peak of plumpness. They then lovingly pour berries into up to 2,000 dairy-free, handmade pie crusts a day. Once assembled, the pies flood homes with appley aromas as they bake for the first time in customers’ ovens. In addition to the made-from-scratch pies, Willamette Valley Fruit Company transforms their berries into jams and snack bars, the latter of which can be used to make the least intimidating possible wall for a jail cell.
2994 82nd Ave. NE
Salem, Oregon 97305Get Directions