Seaquist Production Facility
Seaquist Production Facility, located directly next to Seaquist Farm Market was completed in May 2012. It was built to house several purposes: a processing kitchen for Seaquist Canning Company, juice pressing and apple packing, dry storage and large cooler/freezer storage.
From the observation room in the front of the building, you can watch the canning kitchen, cider pressing and apple packing. We would love to have you come watch! Directions to Seaquist Canning.
Seaquist Canning Company
Seaquist Canning Company, another branch on Seaquist Orchards tree, provides much of the product you will find at Seaquist Orchards Farm Market.
Our Story of Seaquist Canning Company
Making and canning preserves out of our own homegrown fruit has always been a dream of our family. In fact, in 1986 Kristin made and sold homemade jam from the farm.
In 2010, a local canning business, Dixie’s Homestyle Preserves became available to purchase, and one of our family’s dreams began taking shape.
We learned the ins and outs of how to stir up those same recipes and have also been developing our own methods to provide preserves, filled with fruit and homemade goodness, for you to enjoy at home, or to give as gifts. In 2012, our canning business officially became Seaquist Canning Company.
You can find our products for sale right here online. We pride ourselves in using as much locally grown fruit as possible. In fact almost 90% of the fruit we use is grown in our orchards. We also take pride in the way we cook our products. Everything is made in small batches, hand-stirred and hand-filled to ensure that great homemade flavor!
Seaquist Canning Company also wholesales to many businesses in Door County. If you are interested in becoming a wholesale customer, please call or email Lisa or Cole at 920-854-4199 (x113) or email@example.com.