These berries are SO worth the stained fingers.
Jack Sterino’s great grandfather began farming raspberries in Fife, Washington back in the 1920’s. Today, Jack runs the show, and his dad, although retired, still rides the tractor around the farm.
The New York Times once declared George Richter’s raspberries the best in the country. The Puyallup farmer even discovered an unknown blackberry that grew large with fantastic flavor and fewer seeds than other blackberries. Jack Sterino took over George’s farm in 2002 and supplies Yoke’s with these famous unknown blackberries and award winning raspberries.