OXNARD, Calif. (PRWEB) November 19, 2019
Reiter Affiliated Companies (RAC), the largest fresh multi-berry producer, announces a new partnership with Guayabito Farms. The Candelario family in Ventura County will lead the operations of Guayabito Farms.
The partnership RAC formerly had with El Dorado will be closing, but the Candelario family will keep the same acre profile under a new partnership known as Guayabito Farms. The same staff will manage the operations, and the Candelario family are leading this business to continue their father’s legacy.
The family chose “Guayabito” as the company name in honor of their late father, Humberto Candelario, as this was the name of his beloved ranch in Mexico. Evelin Candelario and Anthony Bibian will be running the operations of the company. Cindy Candelario will be involved as well, while continuing with her current role as Food Safety Manager, Southern District at RAC.
As a family-owned farming company, RAC is dedicated to providing strong resources and support for the success of each of their valued partners. Through this new partnership, RAC looks forward to continue fostering their long-standing relationship with the Candelario family.
To learn more about Reiter Affiliated Companies, please visit: http://www.berry.net.
About Reiter Affiliated Companies
Reiter Affiliated Companies (RAC) is the largest fresh multi-berry producer in the world, growing Driscoll’s proprietary varieties of strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries year round in the United States, Baja California, Central Mexico, Portugal, Morocco, Canada and Peru.
The Reiter family began farming in the San Francisco Bay Peninsula and by the turn of the century had migrated south into Watsonville and the Santa Clara Valley. By the late 1970’s, operations expanded into Southern California where the headquarters is today. The company values of Honesty, Fairness and Respect line the corridors of every office, guiding and leading business principles and decisions. Those decisions have resulted in the organization’s position as an industry leader, adopting health and wellbeing programs, opening primary health clinics and partnering with local organizations to improve the quality of life for the farmworker community.