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Published on Jun 13, 2016
In 1917, Walter L. Richardson walked 200 miles through Central California from Pasadena to Porterville to start a new life for his family. There, he founded Tenalu Ranch, a multi-acre farm located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California’s fertile Central Valley.
Today, his great-granddaughter Julia Inestroza and her husband Jorge run the farm harvesting 50 acres of Manzanillo and Sevillano olives ready to be packed and shipped to stores across the country and around the world.
Whether Jorge is whipping up his famous Pasta Puttanesca or Julia is making a delicious snack for their daughter, they are filled with pride every time they open a can of California Ripe Olives knowing the love and care that went into growing and harvesting each olive.