I having trouble finding much organic fruit. It is quite ironic because I live in the Niagara Peninsula which is the fruit-growing capital of Canada! We grow peaches, apples, grapes, strawberries, raspberries, apricots, pears and cherries. Except for the West Coast of British Columbia, this is the best fruit-growing climate and soil in the country!!
I believe that I might be able to find some cherries. And, I have seen a sign or two for organic farms, so I'll have to track them down to see if they have fruit or just veggies.
I know that one of the wineries uses less-aggressive pesticides (almost organic) and that the other wineries are starting to get away from the chemical pesticides because they are trying to break into the European market and the EC will not allow their wines if the grapes have been sprayed with pesticides.
Also, there are several cases of children being born with NO eyes -- two or three of those were tracked to the Mums being here in Niagara in the first trimester, visiting someone when the farmer there, or next door, was doing the spraying.
I knew the Mum of a young paramedic who saw a film about grapes and pesticides and he won't touch grapes any more. My own husband's throat swells up if he has a peach; if it is cooked, he does not have that problem -- pesticides? That's why I peel all of my fruit.
So much for the great fruit.
In changing the garden over to native plants, I removed my raspberry bushes and my strawberries. I am going to find a place for them again in the garden. Next year, we hope to move -- this time, the plan will revolve around a great fruit garden!! And, native plants, of course. :)