WAREHOUSE LOCATIONS IN WASHINGTON + OREGON

STARR RANCH GROWERS, WENATCHEE WA
This warehouse services the Central growing district of Washington State. We pack approximately 2 million cartons of apples at this facility annually. This is also our cherry packing facility, with an annual volume of 1.5 million 20 pound cartons and growing.

STARR RANCH GROWERS, QUINCY WA
Conveniently located 10 miles north of I-90 and 30 miles southeast of Wenatchee in the Columbia Basin, this facility packs 2.4 million cartons of apples each year. This warehouse accommodates the eastern region of our growers and orchards. Our two packing lines are able to pack two different varieties at the same time for optimal production.

GILBERT FRUIT, YAKIMA WA

This privately owned Yakima warehouse is one of the oldest family owned orchard companies in the state. Gilbert has grown to almost 2 million cartons of apples, a dedicated organic line and almost a half million cartons of delightful summer stone fruits.

G & G ORCHARDS, YAKIMA WA
Located on the Naches Heights, one of the foremost growing regions in Yakima, G & G Orchards has some of the finest late Red Delicious in the state, as well as excellent warehouse and packing operators. They are also producing late season cherries in the most sought after varieties.

COLUMBIA REACH, YAKIMA WA
The largest planting of Honeycrisp in Washington State and a reputation for premium packing establishes Columbia Reach as a superior warehouse. Over 2 million cartons of apples annually.

DIAMOND STARR GROWERS, ODELL OR

Diamond is one of the largest shippers of fresh pears in North America. They are one of the oldest cooperatives in the country, representing more than one hundred pear and cherry orchardists located within the Hood River Valley.

DAVIS ORCHARDS, MILTON FREEWATER OR
Early apple varieties with exceptional color and outstanding quality continue to prosper in Milton Freewater with a marketshare of 1 million cartons.

COLUMBIA VALLEY FRUIT WA
Columbia Valley Fruit represents some 60 family farmers to the market beyond the growing capacity of the three owners. They grow, pack and ship both organic and conventional apples.