Jesus (Chuy) Mendez

Jesus (Chuy) is a prolific berry grower working fertile land up north. After years of farming in Mexico, Chuy is working a wilderness farm of almost 10 acres nestled between shallow canyons in southern San Luis Obispo county. Chuy predominately gets his berry fans via the farmers markets in Santa Barbara and Los Angeles county.

Chuy's berry farm grows blueberries, raspberries, strawberries and very large, tasty blackberries.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Chuy's Berry Farm
2525 Tienda Place
Arroyo Grande, CA 93420

805-264-3870

COMMUNITY PARTNERS

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