Locally Grown

California Citrus
Premium California Citrus

Our farm is located on the eastern edge of the San Joaquin Valley in California. This region produces some of the best-tasting and best-looking citrus in the world.

Family Owned and operated

With our family-run operation, we take great pride in producing quality citrus while also taking care of one another.

Sustainably grown

As farmers, we care deeply about the land and environment in which we grow. Sustainability and conservation are always at the top of our priorities and are a key part of our daily operations.

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Citrus, It's What
We Do Best

Our family has been farming citrus for three generations, so we’ve naturally been through good times and hard times. While we’re always thinking about the future, we rely on our experience and lessons learned in the past to operate our farm as efficiently as possible and produce quality citrus.

02

OUR FARM

Our citrus farm is located near the small town of Orosi on the eastern edge of the San Joaquin Valley. We are right up against the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. The soils and slightly warmer winter temperatures, due to the nearby foothills, make this a prime area to grow citrus.

A sprawling expanse of vibrant orange trees, stretching as far as the eye can see, showcasing the breathtaking beauty of a thriving citrus orchard in full bloom.
Matt Caviglia engaged in a field meeting with fellow farmers, surrounded by the promising sight of freshly planted orange trees, reflecting collaboration and dedication to the success of their citrus cultivation.

03

our people

No farm can be successful without people who care for the land and work hard to produce a quality crop year in and year out. Every day is a team effort, and we all treat each other like family.

04

Our
varieties

Flavor Profile

A Washington Navel is the time-tested classic orange. They are seedless, sweet with a slight tang, and have a very refreshing taste. Perfect for snacking or juicing.

Availability

December to April

Flavor Profile

Fukumoto Navel oranges have an orange-red rind and ripen about 3-4 weeks before a Washington Navel orange. The sweet and smooth flavor of a Fukumoto orange is something to look forward to every year. Popular choice for eating fresh. 

Availability

November to January

Flavor Profile

Known for their pinkish-red flesh and unique flavor, Cara Caras are a delight to eat. With hints of berry-like flavors and low acid content, these are some of the sweetest and best-tasting oranges you’ll eat. 

Availability

January to April

Flavor Profile

Powell Late Navel oranges are known for their exceptional sweet and strong citrus flavor. These oranges are a great late-winter or springtime snack, since they ripen later than most navel oranges.

Availability

March to May

Flavor Profile

Valencia oranges are the perfect summertime treat. A classic juicing orange, Valencias are cherished for their sweet, juicy, and slightly tart flavor. They are versatile and can be enjoyed fresh or juiced. 

Availability

June to September

Flavor Profile

Lisbon lemons have a tangy and zesty taste with a bright acidity. They are widely used for their juice and rind in cooking and baking. A slice can also be put in your favorite beverage for some extra citrus flavor.

Availability

October to May

Flavor Profile

Meyer lemons are sweeter and less acidic than regular Lisbon lemons. They have a unique flavor with a blend of citrusy and floral notes, making them ideal for desserts and beverages. 

Availability

October to February

Flavor Profile

Tango mandarins are great for snacking on the go. Seedless, very sweet, and easy-to-peel, Tangos have become a widespread favorite in recent years. 

Availability
January to April.
Flavor Profile

Rio Red grapefruits are known for their dark pink flesh, and are sweeter and less bitter than other grapefruit varieties. They have a tangy, sweet-tart flavor that is refreshing and appeals to grapefruit enthusiasts.

Availability

March to May