Suck It Fruity

Suck It Fruity makes healthy & delicious fermented fruit drinks. Fermentation allows us a healthier&tastier drink than a canned or bottled beverage.

Farmers’ markets tend to rely upon coffee venders or food truck vendors for drinks. Aside from coffee, drink alternatives tend to be bottled water, soda, or other canned and bottled, pre-purchased and resold beverages. Our carbonated fruit drinks, made from fresh fruit (apple, cherry, kiwi, grapefruit, lemon ginger, mango, peach, pineapple, pomegranate, and strawberry) and sparkling water, provide market customers healthy and refreshing drink alternatives. We partner with local farms when possible for apples, cherries, and peaches, and have worked with Apple Hill Farms in Grand Junction, as well as Early Morning Orchards and The Peach Shack in Palisade.

Suck It Fruity products are unique not only in that they are alternatives to bottled and canned products, but also in that the process of production includes fresh fruit, fermentation, and carbonated water, produced one drink and one order at a time. Fermentation improves the taste, preserves the drink for months, and produces bacteria that is good for your intestine and digestive system (it’s a probiotic).

Suck It Fruit will be serving at three farmer’s markets across the 2024 calendar year: Carbondale, Montrose, and Palisade. We are in Montrose all year, and from January to April, the market happens every other Saturday. From May through December, however, the market convenes weekly, save the holidays. Based out of Grand Junction, we’ll be joining Food Truck Fridays July 12 in Lincoln Park,  July 19 at Camp Eddy, and August 23, aslo at Camp Eddy. Finally, we also sell every year at the Parade of Lights in GJ, on Main Street, in December.

We will be selling for the first time this year at the Carbondale Farmers’ Market on Wednesdays, June 5 through September 25, 10 am to 3 pm.

We’ll be in Montrose every Saturday, at the Montrose Farmer’s Market Market, May through December, from 9 am to 1 pm.

Suck It Fruity will also be in Palisade at the Palisade Sunday Farmers’ Market, June 2 through October 6, 9 am to 1 pm.

Our drinks cost $7. We take cash or card, and are working through the process of accepting SNAP everywhere.

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