Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot and other local officials will be visiting McCutcheon’s on October 23 to commemorate the business’s 80th anniversary.
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On October 23 at 1:30pm, Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot along with local officials, including Frederick City Mayor Michael O’Connor, will be visiting McCutcheon’s Apple Products. The visit will serve to commemorate the business’s 80th anniversary and a public declaration will be made about the achievement. The general public is invited to witness the event and celebrate with other attendees.
Founded in 1938, McCutcheon’s Apple Products Factory Store is located on 13 South Wisner Street in historic downtown Frederick, across from the Carroll Creek Phase II walkway. McCutcheon’s continually adds new products to its wide selection while staying committed to maintaining the highest quality ingredients for the best home recipe products.
About McCutcheon’s Apple Products
In 1938 William McCutcheon, with the help of his son Robert J. McCutcheon and his wife Helen, purchased a used apple press for $25.00. They set the press up in downtown Frederick, MD and began custom pressing apples for the local farmers. As the years passed they added the service of custom boiling the local farmers apples into apple butter using the farmer’s recipes. Today, McCutcheon’s Apple Products features a wide variety of fruit and nut butters, jams and preserves, jellies, honey and many more items that can be purchased in-store or online.