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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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Mini_celeryMini_portabellaMini_tomatoMini_onionMini_bok_choyMini_carrots
Sliced, Diced, Chopped, Pureed, IQF
IN THE NEWS
Boundbooks
George Chiala is chairing a committee to build a Catholic High School in Morgan Hill
40-acre Catholic campus planned.
Read article: morganhilltimes.com
March 19, 2009

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Rotary Honors George Chiala for Service
Community volunteer and philanthropist, George Chiala, was honored by the Paul Harris Fellowship.
Read article: morganhilltimes.com
July 17, 2008

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Is All Organic Produce Created Equal? What are the Challenges of Growing Certified Organic Food?
Read article: gilroydispatch.com
March 21, 2006

Scientist
George Chiala Farms Supports Renewable Waste Programs.
See what one innovative Morgan Hill Scientist is doing with vegetable waste.
Read article: gilroydispatch.com
September 12, 2005

Vito
Vito Chiala’s Legacy.
Fond memories of Vito Chiala and the entire clan.
Read article: morganhilltimes.com
January 29, 2005