June Taylor works directly with small family farms, seeking out heirloom and forgotten fruits in an effort to revive the tastes of our collective pasts. These fruits, once commonly grown and available, are now rare and almost extinct. Supporting the farmers who grow them helps to ensure that these varieties of fruit will not be lost. Following traditional methods of preserving, organically grown fruit is hand-cut and stove-top cooked in small batches with the addition of a minimal amount of organic sugar and no commercial pectin. Endeavoring to utilize the entire fruit, June uses the seeds and membranes of citrus to make her own pectin for marmalades, and candies the peels.