Stonefruit -
We constantly monitor varietal performance from the field to our customer’s shelves; this enables us to adapt and modify our product offer based around the demands of the market and the needs of our growers.

Greenyard Fresh UK are consistently at the forefront of innovation, having introduced a number of exciting new products to the UK marketplace; these include red nectarines, black apricots, nectacots, plumigranates and watermelon plums.

Peaches & Nectarines


Greenyard Fresh UK import peach and nectarine from across the globe. Principal sources of origin are Morroco, Egypt, France, Spain, Italy, Chile and South Africa. The supply season runs almost fifty two weeks of the year with the peak being June to August and January to March.

Did You Know?

Peaches and Nectarines are both Prunus Persica. Nectarines are actually Peaches but due to a single gene mutation do not have the skin fuzz of a Peach.



The juiciest fruit in the stone fruit family, plums come in many different varieties, some sweet, some slightly more tart. All plums however have certain characteristics in common, with smooth, richly coloured skins and a hard central stone. Plums vary in hue from deep purple to red, yellow and green.

Did You Know?

Plums are high in fibre and nutritionally rich with high levels of potassium, retinol and iron.



Apricots are members of the Prunus Armeniaca species. Originating in Asia the varieties most commonly eaten today have been bred in France and the USA. Apricot skin colour is most commonly Orange with a Red Blush. Some new Red Skin Apricots are now being grown. Apricots have been used by breeders to create new crosses of Apricot and Plum called Apriums.

Did You Know?

Apricots were first grown in China and spread to Europe through the Republic of Armenia.



Cherries are imported mainly from Spain, Turkey, Italy and the USA, but also from Israel. There are probably over 100 different varieties of cherry and they have a broad range in colour as well as taste, from white and yellow to pink, red, dark red, burgundy, purple, and black.

Did You Know?

The English word cherry derives from Old Northern French or Norman cherise from the Latin cerasum, referring to an ancient Greek region, Kerasous (Κερασοῦς) near Turkey, from which cherries were first thought to be exported to Europe.

back-arrow-2.png Return to Our Products
back-arrow-2.png Go to Greenyard Fresh UK Home