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37146 30th Street

Paw Paw, MI 49079

Roadside Market - M40

CLOSED FOR THE SEASON

43112 M-40 HWY

Paw Paw, MI 49079

Call Us: 269-657-3871

E-Mail Us: info@leducberries.com

Opening Hours

Winter Hours

Monday 9-2

                   

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Welcome to Leduc Blueberries 

At this time Leduc Blueberries will continue to be open Monday’s from 9-2 for our customers who would like to purchase our products including frozen blueberries.

We are making sure our store is safe for you and our employees. We have added extra daily cleaning and sanitizing to give everyone the safest environment for our customers and employees. We have placed hand sanitizer at the pay station, and the six feet rule will be put into place.

We encourage our customers to follow MDHHS’s recommendations to mitigate risk. http://www.michigan.gov/coronavirus

We encourage our customers to call 269-657-3871 to place and pay for your order over the phone. You can then pick up your order curbside at our 30th St. location only. If paying cash, you will be able to pay at the time of your pick-up.

You can always visit our online store at www.leducblueberries.com to place orders to be shipped excluding frozen blueberries.

We appreciate your continued support during this difficult time.  

FROZEN BLUEBERRIES AVAILABLE!

 

 

10LB BOX-$26.00

5LB BAG- $13.50

 

WINTER HOURS

  Monday 9-2

If you are not able to come on Monday's, please call us at 657-3871

and we will be happy to set up a time that is better for you.

Located 11 miles west of Kalamazoo and south of M-43 on 30th Street in Paw Paw, Michigan. Leduc Farms was established in 1955 after Roger and Jackie Leduc decided to pursue their dream of farming. When they started they had no idea that their original 20-achres of blueberries would eventually grow into a 400-acre farm with both blueberries and strawberries. The farm is now owned and operated by their son, Joe. The Leduc's pride themselves on their ability to not only provide high quality fruit, but also doing what they can to support their community. Read More

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