Peaches come to us from China, via the Persians, along the trade routes of the Silk Road. They eventually came to these shores from England where Thomas Jefferson grew them alongside our fledgling democracy; however they were not produced commercially until the mid nineteenth-century. The Chinese believed that peaches could confer immortality but the FruitGuys only promise that they're high in antioxidants Vitamin A and C. "Eat a peach" say the Allman Brothers and so do we.
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