Business briefs — Nov. 7, 2018

  • Wednesday, November 7, 2018 1:30am
  • Business

This month, Dungeness Chestnuts’ Sequim orchard harvested its first commercial crop.

One Italian and four French varieties of the Orchard’s premium quality European chestnuts will be carried exclusively by two farm-to-table restaurants: Alder Wood Bistro in Sequim and Art of the Table in Seattle.

Orchard’s owners cited Sequim’s unique climate to be a factor that contributed to a successful first harvest, pointing out that the Sequim area has the potential to become “a premier chestnut producing region.”

For more about the business, see www.dungeness chestnuts.com.

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