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Abundance of Local Produce Makes Supporting Texas Farms Easy

05/27/13 00:00 AM CST

Kids -watermelon -300x 213Take a look around the next time you're in a Fiesta store. We support Texas farmers by offering locally grown produce in our fruit and vegetable sections.  If you look for the GO TEXAN labels on the shelves, you can help support your neighbors by choosing the products that come from Texas farms.

Did you know the locally grown zucchini and squash we sell at Fiesta comes straight from Hempstead? Dilorio Farms has been farming in Texas since 1911, starting with sales in Hempstead only. Now this family farm is known statewide for their fresh vegetables and sweet watermelons.

Our locally grown watermelons come from Wade Pennington and Sons, LLC, located in Grapeland, TX. They've been growing watermelons since 1941 and . Originally started by Wade Pennington, this farm has remained family-owned and is operated by his sons, Troy and Glynn Pennington.

Our Campari tomatoes come from Village Farms, a farm that operates out of Fort Davis and Marfa, Texas year-round. They have been in business for more than 25 years and are a certified hydroponic grower.

Enjoy these delicious fruits and vegetables from farms across Texas!

 

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