S and J Mandarin Blog
As of March 2017, Steve and Denette Cook are the proud new owners of S and J Mandarin Grove.
We met Steve and June on New Year’s Eve and our friendship blossomed quickly! We loved their organic mandarins and the beauty of the mandarin farm and soon we became the proud new owners of S and J Mandarin Grove!
Our promise to Steve and June is to keep their strict farming practices and traditions going to maintain the same great organic products and online services instituted by them!
Our family is committed to growing and harvesting the same sweet and juicy Organic varieties of seedless Owari Satsuma mandarins, Okitsu Wase Satsuma mandarins, Pixies, Tangos, and Clementine mandarin oranges in the Sierra Nevada foothills for your family and friends to enjoy during the winter season!
Nothing but the best from our farm to your home!
We offer convenient ordering from our website with shipping throughout the United States and military APOs. Please use our convenient online ordering and payment page and we’ll process your request within the timeframe specified during our Open Season (November thru January).
Are you local? Come on by our mandarin grove and pick up a bag to take home and enjoy today! We also sell on Sundays at the Farmers Market in Downtown Sacramento!
We look forward to being your source for fresh, sweet, juicy Certified Organic Mandarins for years to come!
The Cook Family
Steve and Denette
Eddy, Jerrad, Evan, Isabela and our granddaughter Jenessa!
(We can’t “furget” our furry friends — Hazel and Cowboy — arf arf!)
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