For over 100 years Chaffin Family Orchards has been producing products naturally and marketing them directly from the farm. This is food that tastes as it should; fruits are picked daily and never placed in cold storage, animals live in healthy, natural environments on clean pastures producing exceptional grass fed beef. Our unique location allows us to produce orchard fruits year around. Our heritage and heirloom varieties of stone fruits and citrus have been selected for taste and sweetness. Our animals are kept on clean grass pastures and the livestock helps us manage the orchards, providing natural land clearing and fertilization. This symbiosis allows us to improve the land and add to it while raising crops and livestock that improve health. Our attention to detail and refusal to cut corners is the reason people have enjoyed Chaffin Products for so many years.
Tree Ripened Fresh Picked Cherries, Apricots, Peaches, Nectarines, Plums, Pears, Avocados, Mandarins, Persimmons, Grapefruit, Lemons, Oranges, and Pomegranates Grass Raised Beef
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Schedule and Location:
Chico Saturday Market Year Around 7:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Chico Wednesday Market June - Sept
Paradise Market Tuesday June - Sept
Oroville Saturday Market June - Sept
Please call 530-533-8239 to hear what is in season. Open Monday to Saturday 9a-5p, closed Sunday. For beef please call for availability first 530-533-1676.
Sweetness of these oranges is hard to come by living in the mid-west. Wonderful.
I purchased these on Dec. 15 of this year, received them on Dec. 19, so shipping was fast. The problem is the quality of the fruit. Some were fresh, but quite a lot of them were wrinkled, and old looking with dull skins and the tell-tell black rim around the stem area, Too bad, I was so happy to have found a place to purchase fresh organic mandarins.
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The Satsuma Mandarins were shipped in an unpadded cardboard box. Many of the fruits were damaged in shipment. The fruits were dry, getting old. They are not that sweet as claimed by this grower.... [more]