Have you ever wondered why our fruit are so delicious?
Best quality and healthiest fruit in Poland. It’s a fact, not just empty promise.
Growing fruits on Sandomir land is deeply related to History, which dates back to the 12th century. This area was always known for its abundance of high-class fruits and vegetables. The exceptionally fertile land makes the garden trees give abundance of extremely tasty fruits, that we enjoy very much, and want to share them with you.
Gold Sad company was started by our grandparents, who following in the footsteps of their parents and ancestors, cultivated many varieties of fruits and vegetables. Even then, they were known for exceptional quality throughout Poland. Our father continued the tradition, by expanding the cultivation adding new varieties. Until today they are known and highly valued by Polish buyers, as well as buyers from Eastern or Western Europe. We wish to continue this work, by spreading and sharing the goods of our region, enriching Poland and Europe in fruits of the best quality and taste.
From love and passion to the fruits, to care for the client and his family.
Company is located in South of Poland on the outskirts of historical and beautiful city of Sandomir. Orchards and plantations extend here over an area of over 30 km, from the Vistula River banks to the boundaries of the Swietokrzyskie Mountains.
The reputation, experience in cultivation and contacts accumulated over the years are most valuable asset of the company. Always open to co-operation, we would like to offer you our commitment and passion to business.
The aim is to establish contact and cooperation with companies involved in the import, export,
distribution and whole sale of fruit and vegetables in Poland and Europe.
Each day brings new challenges and new experiences. Nothing is impossible for us.
We invite you to co-operation. Thank you.
This apple with is full of flavour and juice with summer sunshine locked in the stripy skin. This is a very early fruiting variety, which fruits abundantly every year. The apples are medium or large, spherical-conical shaped and slightly ribbed at the calyx. The skin is smooth, dry, greenish-yellow, and decorated with a crimson blush. The perfect flesh of Szampion could be described as medium/grainy, juicy, sweet (with a slight sour aftertaste), aromatic, and above all extremely tasty.
Harvest starts in second week of September and last until mid October. It is usually carefully stored in temperate regulated conditions and can last even until April.
Size 7cm +
Jonagold family includes :Dekosta, Jonagold, Rubinstar, Jonica.
Beautiful, hard and sweet, juicy and rich in flavour apples with thin skin. The taste does not change much between the varieties, however each kind has a different skin patterns and colour.
Harvest begins in October. Apples are usually are ready in early December. Due to natural hardness this apple is perfect for storage in atmosphere controlled rooms. It can even be kept there in perfect condition of even a year!
Size 7cm +
Well known apples with bright red skin and whitish spots. They are sweet and juicy, fine textured and aromatic, can be added to salads, cooked, or eaten raw, and are especially suitable for creating sauces.
Harvest starts in 2nd or 3rd week of September. This apple can be successfully stored in rooms with controlled atmosphere for very long time.
Size 6.5cm to 8 cm
A variety bred in Poland, more and more appreciated throughout Europe. They are large or very large, covered with a green skin with a blurred, striped blush. The flesh of the fruit is compact, firm, hard, exceptionally tasty and highly appreciated by young people.
Harvest starts in early October. The fruits are delicious both immediately after harvest but, also can be stored for several months.
Size 7.5cm to 10cm
Red Prince apples resemble both of their parents. Their sweet juiciness is reminiscent of the Golden Delicious, while their crispness comes from the Jonathan. They are generally deep red in colour, very large and have an oblate shape.
The Red Prince tastes best after being aged in atmosphere controlled cellars a few months after harvest, which brings out a richer flavour that is both tangy and sweet.
Harvest starts early October. Can be stored until April.
Size 7cm +
A known German variety, cultivated in Poland. The apples are large, cone-shaped, ribbed and green with a large dark red blush and natural light wax coating. The flesh of the fruit is greenish-white, compact, fine-grained, firm, distinctly acidulous and very tasty. The fruits are very resistant to transport and are perfect for storage.
Harvest begins in early October and it can be stored in atmosphere controlled room until May.
Size 6.5cm +
Have you ever wondered how the sunshine tastes like? This variety takes first place among cultivated varieties of apple trees in our company. The apples are of medium size, conical, well proportioned, green, yellow or orange, usually without a blush. Variety of colours depends on time of the harvest. They are hard, firm, tender, juicy, aromatic, sweet with a hint of acid, very tasty. They gain the best taste after a short storage time.
Harvest starts in mid September until late October. Kept in cold storage, they are offered until next harvest.
Size 6.5cm to 8cm
The Mutsu apple (also known as Crispin) was introduced in 1948 and is a cross between the 'Golden Delicious and the 'Indo' apple cultivars first grown in Japan, and named after the Mutsu Province of Japan. Cultivated with great success in Poland. Fruit can rich enormous size! Mutsu looks great and is aromatic, sweet, and sharp, with juicy flesh. It is suitable for eating on its own, juicing, drying, or cooking, as it maintains its shape well when cooked.
Harvested in September can be kept in storage for months.
Size 8cm to 10cm
Summer variety. Available in August until October. The fruit is medium-sized, elongated. The skin is smooth, whitish yellow and dry. In large part covered with a uniform, delicately striped, red blush. This fruit has a creamy, crunchy pulp and is juicy. This variety is classified as dessert apples, and therefore of the highest flavour value. They are eaten raw. Celesta fruit varieties belong to one of the tastiest among late summer varieties, thanks to which there are more fans of this variety, both among producers and consumers. In refrigerated conditions can be stored for months.
Geneva also called Red Pearmain apple is a medium-sized.
Harvest starts late July until the end of September.
Papierowka, or Yellow Olive, belongs to the early, old apple varieties. It is also known under the names Inflancka and Bialu Nalew. It was bred in the Baltic countries, in Poland it is grown throughout the country. Its fruits ripen the fastest of all varieties, already in mid-July. Apples are spherical, conical and slightly ribbed, of various sizes. On the surface of their peel is visible a bulging rod, passing through the whole fruit. The skin is smooth, thin, dry and light-green-yellow during the maturation it is white and covered with a white coating. The pulp is green-white, fine-grained, juicy and sour. This variety is used for direct consumption, as well as for marmalades, preserves and apple pie.
The fruit is small to medium-sized, with a spheroid-shaped shape. They have quite thick and slightly rough skin, which is covered with a bright red blush. They have a creamy and medium-grained pulp. The fruits of this variety are juicy, aromatic and have a refreshing taste. They are suitable for eating raw as well as home-made preserves. Piros' is a high-quality early variety and one of the first summer varieties, to open the new apple season. It is already at the end of July.
In refrigerated conditions can be stored for several weeks.
It is a winter variety of pears, found in 1874 as a random seedling in the French forest. In Poland, it was cultivated extensively from the interwar period. Currently, it is one of the most popular varieties. Its fruits are large, ovoid-shaped, and irregular in shape. Their surface is sometimes covered with a pale carmine blush. The sweet taste and aroma make it an excellent fruit to eat raw. In addition, they are suitable for preserves, such as juices or desserts.
Harvest starts in September to October.
The optimal storage temperature is -1 ° C. The best to eat are after a month of storage
Size 8 x 9.5cm and mass of 180 – 220g
It is an autumn variety of pears, bred in 1884 at the nursery of M. Rivers in Sawbrodgeworth, England. It was obtained from a seedling of Leon Leclerc de Laval cultivar. It is the most cultivated variety of pears in the European Union. It is known in Poland since the 1970s. The fruit is medium-sized, with an elongated, spindle-like shape and little aligned in size. The yellowish-white flesh is very sweet, very juicy and aromatic. These fruits are best suited for eating raw, but you can also make juices from them. In the food industry, they are diced as additive to yoghurts. In a dark and cool place, they can be stored for about 2 months.
Size 10 × 6cm
Large fruit (5-7 g) with dark skin and dark red juice, the pulp goes well away from the stone. They are medium soft with a sour taste. They are perfect for direct consumption, for preserves and for freezing. Due to the large amount of juice they are not suitable for storage. The fruits ripen late - late July or early August.
The 'Groniasta z Ujfehertoi' cherry creates large fruits with a red rind and red flesh. The fruits ripen usually in the second half of July. They are perfect for both direct consumption and for preserves and freezing.
A popular, early variety. The fruits are large (6-7 g), heart-shaped, with a dark red flesh and a characteristic purple-red skin, in full dark maturity. The fruits reach maturity at the end of June. They are quite hard, juicy and sweet - considered very tasty. They are suitable for direct consumption as well as for preserves and freezing.
The fruit ripens late, suitable for harvesting the sixth week of ripening sweet cherries (late July). The fruits are large (6-8 g), heart-shaped, with a yellow skin covered almost entirely with dark red blush. The pulp is cartilaginous, very aromatic, light yellow and juicy. The fruits are very tasty and are suitable for direct consumption as well as for preserves and freezing. This Cherry tolerate transport well.
The ripening of fruits usually falls on the 7th week of ripening of cherries and that is (around mid-July). The fruits are large or very large (up to 10 g), heart-shaped, elongated. The pulp is compact, cartilaginous, bright red, aromatic and very tasty. The fruits are mainly dessert, but also used for preserves. They are not susceptible to cracking and they tolerate transport well.
This variety of cherries are large (usually exceeding 10 g), almost spherical, sometimes heart-shaped or elongated, on a very long stalk. The skin is dark red with a light brown tinge, shiny, flesh bright red, cartilaginous, medium juicy, sweet and tasty. The fruits ripen in the second half of July, they rarely break, they are suitable for direct consumption, for preserves and frozen foods, they tolerate transport well.
Very large fruit (9-10 g), broadly heart-shaped. Skin in full maturity dark red, shiny. Flesh bright red, cartilaginous, juicy, wine-sweet, and very tasty. The fruits are on average susceptible to cracking, they tolerate transport well.
It is a late variety of plum trees. Most probably it comes from Asia Minor. In Poland, it is very popular, and it is grown mainly in the south of the country. The fruits ripen unevenly from mid-September to the end of October. Before harvest, plums do not fall. They are medium-sized, oval-shaped, reach about 25-30g. Their skin has a brownish-purple colour and is covered with a whitish coating. Plot, small, brown spots and lines are visible on the plum. The gold-yellow flesh is juicy, firm and goes well away from the stone. This variety is suitable for direct consumption, drying and processing, it produces excellent fruit desserts, jams, plum jam and compotes.
This is a late American variety of plum trees. It was first bred in 1913. It is one of the most popular varieties in Poland. Plums ripen from the end of September to mid-October, before harvesting they do not fall. The fruits are very large reach about 40-50g. Their skin is dark blue, covered with a blue-purple coating. Small, light-brown stools are visible on the plums. The green-yellow flesh is juicy and goes well away from the stone. Stanley stands out with its sweet taste and aroma. This variety is suitable for direct sale and processing, it produces excellent jams, purees and compotes. Stanley plums tolerate transport very well.
President Plums are large and oblong with deep blue-black skin and yellow flesh. The flavour has been described as sweet and rich. Late-season harvests (from mid to late September) are abundant once the tree gets established. Good for eating fresh, stewing or drying.
Mid-size (35-45g) luminous blue, firm, almost crisp fruits, can be removed easily from the stone. Taste is good, similar to house plum, but with less acidity.
Fruits are ready very late, September/mid-October.
The fruit is medium-sized (80-130 g), spherical, not very regular fruit with uneven halves and deep furrow, ripening in mid-August. The skin is green-orange, covered with a marbled, dotted, red blush, covering 30-80% of the fruit, quite pubescent. The flesh is pale yellow orange, slightly coloured at the stone, moderately concise, acid-sweet, somewhat spicy in taste, goes well away from the stone. The fruit ripens unevenly (about a week). Fully ripe, they easily fall from trees. Good for canning, freezing and fresh eating.
The fruits of this variety of peaches ripen unevenly, usually reaching harvest maturity at the end of August. The collection must be carried out several times. The fruits are large (100-160 g), spherical, with a very tasty, yellow-orange, well-departing from the pit of the pulp. The skin is golden, covered with bright red blush. The fruits are excellent for direct consumption and for preserves.
The fruits are large, oval on long stalks, in wild forms they have a cherry-red colour and about 2 cm in length. They ripen from August to October. Initially having a bitter taste, they become sweet after they mature, when they start to fall. They are healthy (contain a lot of vitamin C) and tasty. They can be eaten raw or processed (juices, jams, tinctures).
Saskatoon berry fruit ripens in the summer, but can stay on the plant until winter. At first the hellebores are red, then purple, and ripe black. They can be eaten raw or used for preserves (jams, preserves, tinctures). They contain anthocyanins (antioxidants), vitamins C, A, B, malic acid, protein, fats, fibre, iron, potassium, and calcium.
Large-framed chokeberry blooms in May, flowers have a white colour. Chokeberry fruits are edible. Black-purple berries appear in early September. The sour berries can be eaten raw off the bush, but are more frequently processed. They can be found in wine, jam, syrup, juice, soft spreads, tea, salsa, chilli starters, extracts, beer, ice cream, gummies and tinctures. Contain a lot of vitamins, anthocyanin pigments and micronutrients, have healing properties.
The first strawberries appear at the turn of May and June. The fruit is widely appreciated for its characteristic aroma, bright red colour, juicy texture, and sweetness. It is consumed in large quantities, either fresh or in such prepared foods as preserves, juice, pies, ice creams, milkshakes, and chocolates.
This extremely healthy fruit is a source of many B vitamins (B1, B2), as well as A and PP. It also has more vitamin C than citrus, and is also a valuable source of iron, calcium, potassium, as well as a source of magnesium and manganese. Because strawberries are quickly spoiled, a great way to store them is freezing, because then they do not lose their valuable properties.
Fruit is tasty and juicy. Perfect for preserves and juices or concentrates and ideal for freezing.
Varieties we can offer are:
‘Polana’- Polish variety. Fruit harvest from August to October.
'Polka' - bear fruit on annual shoots. Extremely tasty and large fruits.
'Laszka' - with large fruits
'Polesie' - fruits large, sweet, dark red.
The fruits ripen evenly at the end of July, they rarely fall. They are medium or large, firm, collected in medium bunches. Blackcurrants can be eaten raw but are usually cooked in a variety of sweet or savoury dishes. They are used to make jams, jellies and syrups and are grown commercially for the juice market. The fruit is also used in the preparation of alcoholic beverages and both fruit and foliage have uses in traditional medicine and the preparation of dyes.
Blackberries of Ojebyn have a thick skin and a greenish pulp with a light pink tinge. Sweet-wine fruits have a mild flavour. The fruit is not suitable for the production of concentrate and juices. Traditionally used only for jams, pies and puddings. There are varieties the size of small grapes which are tasty eaten by themselves, with ice cream or cream. Mixed with other fruit, they are delicious. It's best to eat them right after collecting. The fruits are early, ripen at the beginning of July.
Red currant berries contain 2 times less sugar than other fruits, but contain a lot of organic acids, especially citric acid. They have a lot of fibre and vitamins B and E. In addition, the fruits have antioxidant properties. They are perfect for preserves, and redcurrant jam can be successfully used as a substitute for expensive cranberry jam, added to meats.
We collect red currant fruits from the end of June to the beginning of August. They are usually picked like grapes with entire stalk.
It is used as a medicinal, cosmetic, decorative and edible plant. The consumption of immature and unprocessed fruits may result in poisoning.
Violet-black fruits, fleshy and shiny with 3-6 seeds. They have a spherical shape and a length of 6 to 8 mm. Seeds reach up to 5 mm in length, have an ovoid shape, cross-section is triangular, but with rounded edges. Their surface is wavy and light brown. Fruits of lilac contain B and C group vitamins. They are natural diaphoretic and painkilling agent, excellent for influenza and cold. The harvest of black lilac fruit falls in September.
We would like to offer you variety of vegetables
cultivated in our beautiful region of Poland.
Natural juices Not From Concentrate
Juices commonly called turbid juices, pasteurized. Juices Not From Concentrate is best and healthiest alternative to shop drinks containing traces of juice or just a natural-like aroma, and gigantic amounts of sugar or sweeteners. One litre of NFC juice is 1.8 kg, for example, delicious apples
Fruit concentrates. Used for production of fruit drinks and as additives for the production of
ice-cream and other confectionery products. Concentrated juices from domestic and exoticfruits.
The natural aromas produced by process of dearomatization, i.e. the separation and concentration of natural aromatic substances contained in the pressed fruit juice. Fruit flavours, like concentrates and purees, are semi-finished products intended for further processing and used as raw material for the production of juices, nectars and beverages. They are used for the production of natural replacement juices produced from concentrates. They are widely used as flavours or fragrances in the confectionery, wine or cosmetics.
Fruit preparations made from whole fruits. Jam is prepared by boiling fruit and the right amount of sugar. Depending on the type of jam and the type of fruit, jams may contain thickening additives: pectin or less frequently gelatine.
Fruit and veg preserves
In a dark, rainy, autumn or winter day, nothing feels better than jar of seasonal delicious fruits or vegetables. We offer marinated in brine, ready-made and ready to eat as addition to salad, properly chopped and seasoned.
Frozen fruit and vegetables
Last but not least we would love to offer you deeply frozen fruits and vegetables, which are perfectly suited for lunch on a frying pan or homemade pastries. Fresh for a longtime.
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