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George Chiala Farms, Inc. specializes in the production of prepared vegetable ingredients, offering many Certified Kosher and Certified Organic options. Annually, the farm processes over 120 million pounds of vegetable ingredients each year, which requires approximately 150 million pounds of raw vegetables. Throughout the past 43 years (George Chiala Sr. started farming in 1973), the farm has gained access to the highest grade vegetables in many world markets, and has also expanded their own farming operations. Today, they grow a wide assortment of conventional and organic fruits and vegetables throughout California.

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TOP DAILY PRODUCTIONS
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Fresh Peeled, Chopped in Water, Diced, Diced in Oil, Roasted, Roasted Chunks, Roasted Whole Clove, Roasted Whole Bulb, Pureed, IQF, Frozen, Dehydrated
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Steam Peeled, Diced, Brined, Roasted, Pureed, IQF, Frozen

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Diced, Blanched, Pureed, Roasted, IQF, Frozen

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Sliced, Diced, Chopped, Pureed, IQF
IN THE NEWS
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GC Farms Breaks Ground on new State-Of-The-Art Facility
New Freezing Facility will produce IQF and Moisture Balanced Ready-to-Eat Vegetable Ingredients
Read article: gcfarmslocal.com
October 7, 2015

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Second Harvest Food Bank Honors GC Farms.
Food Donations Helping Local Community.
Read article: shfb.org
January 9, 2015

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Local Magazine Features Chiala Family.
Upon receiving the 2014 Leadership Morgan Hill’s Excellence Award, Morgan Hill Today shares the Chiala Family Story.
Read article: issuu.com
March 1, 2014

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Silicon Valley is Still Farm Country.
Read Mike Cassidy's observations after spending an afternoon with Tim Chiala.
Read article: mercurynews.com
March 24, 2011

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Portraits of a new generation of farmers
Tim Chiala shares the challenges/benefits of being a 4th generation farmer.
Read article: californiacountry.org
October 17, 2009