Onions

If you have never heard of the name Fresno Sweet Italian Red Onion, we recommend that you get to know it. These flat and mild red onions have long been a mainstay of eastern Fresno County and after you taste one, you’ll know why.

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Winter Squash

Seen it in the grocery store but don’t know what to do with it? Explore the endless nutritious and delicious possibilities for winter squash in our recipes section.

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Tomatoes

With so many different types of tomatoes to choose from, we’re partial to cherry and grape tomatoes. Our hard working and dedicated group of growers turn out one of the finest packs around!

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Eggplant

Looking for an all-natural meatless source of protein? Check out what eggplant has to offer. 

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Summer Squash

As one of the premier producers of zucchini and yellow squash in California, our fields have the luxury of basking in sunshine day-in, day-out all season long. 

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Bell Peppers

Red, yellow or green? Regardless of which color is your favorite, rest assured that if it’s one of ours, it is 100% California field grown. 

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Blue Lake Beans

Can you tell the difference between a hand-picked and machine picked bean? We can. That’s why each and every green bean we grow and ship is hand-picked for optimum freshness and quality.

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Recipe of the Day

Butternut Squash Cajun Fries

This spicy side dish goes great with a burger, sandwich or anything else you may...

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News

  • Sunnyside Packing Continues As Bright Path

    The story of the Hirasuna family's vegetable growing, packing and shipping operation is one of evolution over more than 60 years, from a strawberry cooperative to vineyards and stone fruits to...Read More »

    Young Farmers Tap Opportunities In Organic Market

    For Benina Montes, the goal was to diversify her family's mix of crops. Todd Hirasuna wanted to meet his customers' needs.Both saw opportunities in organic agriculture and joined a number of other...Read More »

  • In the News

    SELMA, Calif. -- It took just five hours to shatter the dreams of young Fred Hirasuna. Those same five hours would indirectly draft what was to become his life's work -- Sunnyside Packing Co....Read More »

    Third Generation Takes the Wheel at Sunnyside Packing

    By Terry Sokol
    10/15/2007


    Brad and Todd Hirasuna are brothers working together at Sunnyside Packing in Selma, CA, a company that was founded by their grandfather in 1948 as a...Read More »

  • New Machines Alter Agriculture's Future

    New machines alter agriculture's future

    By Dennis Pollock

    The Fresno Bee
    Originally published 2006-10-01

    In a green bean...Read More »

    Eggplant Harvester

    A crew from Sunnyside Packing Co. Inc., Selma., Calif., works on an eggplant harvester-packer on a company field Aug 17 near Sanger, CA. Company President Stu Hirasuna says...Read More »

  • Virus Pressure Hurts Crops this Fall

    By Patrick Cavanaugh, Editor 

    Joe Santellano has never seen such a tough virus year in vegetables. As the farm manager for Sunnyside Packing, Selma, Calif., he works with...Read More »

    Harvesting Squash at Non-Peak Times Nets Better Prices

    By Kathy Coatney

    Overproduction is the single most common problem with California summer squash, according to Mark Gaskell, University of California Cooperative Extension farm...Read More »

  • Ciruli Bros. and Sunnyside Packing announce joint sales and marketing venture

    April 01, 2013
    The Produce news

    Nogales, AZ-based Ciruli Bros. LLC and Sunnyside Packing Co., based in Selma, CA, have joined forces in a sales and marketing partnership that...Read More »

    Tommy Wilkins to lead sales and business development at Grow Farms Texas

    September 09, 2013   

    Ciruli Bros. LLC in Nogales, AZ, and The Horton Fruit Co. in Louisville, KY, announce the addition of industry veteran Tommy Wilkins as director of...Read More »

  • New rule affects management of soil ammendments

    August 7, 2013

    By Christine Souza,

     

    Editor's note: This is Part 1 of a series of stories about how proposed federal food-safety rules could affect California farmers...Read More »

    ABC 30 Made In The Valley Part 1