ALL CALIFORNIA.
ALL THE TIME.

California Natives love the beach, but we love avocados even more. From San Diego to Ventura, we have the perfect climate to grow the finest avocados in the world.

Taste the difference sustainability makes with Cal Flavor California avocados – Fresh from our growers to your table.

CAL FLAVOR
NOW RIPENING.

The California Super Fruit

We are Exclusive Growers, Packers, and Shippers of the finest avocados grown in the sunny hills and valleys of San Diego and Ventura, California.

Cal Flavor’s Seasonal California avocados epitomize sustainability and exclusivity, embodying conscientious cultivation practices prioritizing environmental stewardship and resource conservation. These avocados, a coveted treat for discerning palates, are harvested in limited quantities to ensure the highest quality and richness in flavor, maintain ecological balance, and support local farming communities. Their scarcity underscores the care taken in their growth and harvest, making each avocado a precious gem of sustainable agriculture, cherished for its exceptional taste and the responsible ethos it represents.

LOOK FOR THE CAL FLAVOR DISPLAY AT YOUR LOCAL GROCERY STORE OR THESE SELECT RETAILERS: EREWHON MARKETS, JONS MARKETS, GELSONS MARKETS.

THE UNIQUE
GEM AVOCADO

California’s Summer Jewel

California Gem avocados are distinct from the more widely known Hass avocados, offering a unique option for avocado lovers.

Developed by the University of California, the Gem avocado is characterized by its slightly larger size compared to Hass, with a thicker, pebbled skin that is also greener in color.

One of the standout features of the Gem avocado is its buttery texture and rich flavor, which some connoisseurs argue surpasses that of the Hass variety. This variety tends to have a smaller pit, allowing for more edible flesh, and it is known for its exceptional creaminess, making it a favorite for both eating fresh and using in recipes.

Cal Flavor avocados are locally and sustainably grown; most of our fruit is grown less than 70 miles from your kitchen table.