Every year, NOG organises markets to sell the fruit from the local orchards. In 2007 three Plum Markets and three Apple Markets were held and over 3,000 lbs of fruit and 600 jars of jam were sold to the public. Most of the money - some £1900 in 2007 - went back to the orchard keepers in Newburgh. In 2008 the crop was slightly smaller. Click here to see results.
In addition to selling direct to the public, we talk to commercial organisations about bulk sales. We have also been working with a local family who have equipment for making apple juice.