Northwest Naturals
  • Specializing in custom blend formulations that stabilize fruit profiles from one crop year to the next
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  • Find this recipe for Sweet N Smoky Apple BBQ Sauce in our applications library
  • Old Fashioned Sweet Cocktail
  • From turnkey fruit bases to custom blends, we have the expertise to turn your next idea from ordinary into extraordinary.
  • We believe your satisfaction is a direct reflection of our effectiveness as an organization.


Looking for a custom blend or perhaps an organic fruit product? Browse our products to find a host of available flavors and product specification sheets.


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Need a sample? Simply fill out our sample request form and our fruit experts will send you what you need.

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Fruit Harvest Chart

Need to know what time of year to contract various types of fruits? Download our Fruit Harvest Season Chart to find out.

Harvest Chart


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Use our fruit juice calculators to convert pricing to various units of measure, or to establish dilution rates, turning fruit juice concentrate levels to single strength using CFR equivalent values.  Calculate

Blending Blog

Recent Posts

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  • The drink industry is seeing a push toward more developed flavors that appeal to a broader audience that might not normally drink hard alcohol. Millennials are responsible for the current trend toward more exotic spiced flavor profiles. As Millennials are eating out more, their developed spice palette is something they are looking for in new consumer products.

  • The weather has finally cooled here in the Pacific Northwest, kids are heading back to school, and leaves are changing. Its officially fall, and that means Pear and Apple season. The U.S. is the third largest producer of pears in the world. Washington and Oregon grows about 80% of pears produced in this country. 30% of pear crop goes to fresh, the rest is processed canned, dried and frozen.