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Cider is a pressing business at Cumberland’s Phantom Farms

September 14, 2013

CUMBERLAND – Dressed in waterproof rain bibs, plastic gloves and rubber boots, Kerri A. Stenovitch looks more like a commercial fisherman than a fruit farmer.

Indeed, Stenovitch’s three-member apple pressing team at Cumberland’s Phantom Farms, including Chris Combs, Chameal Rogers and Stenovich’s husband, David Joseph, all look like they just walked off a fishing boat at the docks in Galilee.

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