By From page A7 | September 27, 2013


Our class is tasting California specialty crops this year. We chose fresh, frozen and canned peaches for our first test.

Our class thought the magnificent, fresh peaches from Gold Hill Ranch were the best. We all loved them; even our teacher. They are juicy, sweet and succulent. Our class commented that these peaches looked the best because the skin was fuzzy and the peach flesh was a beautiful bright orange that glistened and shimmered in the light when we took a bite out of them.

We are learning about healthy choices, and especially about California specialty crops. Now my friends at Gold Oak School are choosing nutritious food choices and some of them just discovered the glorious taste of peaches. Thank you to Gold Hill Ranch for providing the freshest peaches.

Via Deanne Johnson, Diamond Springs

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