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OUR FAMILY

We began as a family farm in 1927 in Fresno, California growing raisins, table grapes, peaches, and plums. Through years of hard work, we created and improved a process that takes dried fruit and makes a spread with no additives or preservatives. Recently, we used our spreads to create protein-added products with the same simple ingredients! Take our clean label challenge and find the Simple Taste of Freedom!

OUR FAMILY HISTORY

Our family immigrated to the United States during WW1, when Grandpa Paul left the Austro-Hungarian (current day Croatia) Army to live in California and farm. Before he could achieve his goals, he worked construction jobs building runways and dams. Since moving to the US, every generation in our family has been a proud member of the United States military.

We are proud to be American, to make American products,

and to offer the Simple Taste of Freedom.

About Us

 We come from a long line of prideful Americans. Whether it was being a doctor, lawyer, building dams and runways, serving our country, or feeding America, our family has always been invested in the well-being of the American family and economy.

OUR FAMILY LEGACY

ANTHONY CUBRE SR.

Our Great Uncle Marion served for over two years in the U.S. Army. He was stationed in Japan during WW2 and served with the Occupation Forces. He was a very skilled marksman and was decorated for his accomplishments. He farmed the family ranch and always had many dogs until his passing in 2012.

DONALD OLESEN

Uncle Don served in the 106th infantry division in WW2, and was held as a POW in Germany after the Battle of the Bulge. He was kept for months after the war, living on only turnips. He returned home 6'2" and 60 pounds. Upon return, he worked in the bakery business for many years. Uncle Don lived to be 98 years old.

GORDON MACKERSIE

Gordon was a Pharmacist's Mate in the Navy during WW2. He was stationed on many different ships, spending most of his time stationed in New Zealand. He played the saxophone and the clarinet in the Naval band there.

Michael served in the Vietnam War. He operated a M102 Howitzer in Berlin, soon becoming a Sergeant. He volunteered to go to Vietnam, where he was in battles such as the Battle of Hue and the Battle of Khe Sanh. He received a Purple Heart for his service and was discharged after he was injured. He is now a retired salesman that spends lots of time with his family and his dogs.

Kyler is in the California Air National Guard and works full time in aerospace propulsion (jet engine mechanic)

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BRUCE MARTIN

Granddad was in the Navy between the Korean and Vietnam wars. He helped with nuclear testing in the Bikini Islands, and also helped develop MREs for consumption. After his service, he had his own pharmaceutical practice. Granddad spent lots of time with his family and his hunting dogs until his passing.

MICHAEL PETERSON

Michael served in the Vietnam War. He operated a M102 Howitzer in Berlin, soon becoming a Sergeant. He volunteered to go to Vietnam, where he was in battles such as the Battle of Hue and the Battle of Khe Sanh. He received a Purple Heart for his service and was discharged after he was injured. He is now a retired salesman that spends lots of time with his family and his dogs.

KYLER DAVIS

Kyler is in the California Air National Guard and works full time in aerospace propulsion (jet engine mechanic)