Fallbrook local, Fallbrook fresh.
Here at Choice Avocados, we come from a family of farmers. Our ancestors marched for farmers rights with Cesar Chavez, and were migrant farm workers. We wanted to connect with our roots and bring you the best farm to table produce that is free of any pesticides that will rock your world, not your wallet. We bought this farm in March 2019 with the belief that you should not sell anything you wouldn’t eat yourself. The same avocados we have in our kitchen, are the ones we give to you. That is why you should make us your first “Choice”.
Numbers Speak For Themselves!
Meet the Choice Avocado Picking Team Including our favorite team players..
We were donating blankets to a local pound. As we were walking through the dogs started to bark at us, with the exception of one small black and white puppy. She quietly sat back and watched us walk by. We knew she was different and that we had to have her. Since then, Lulu has been the motherly leader of our picking crew and has made them who they are today. She loves to swim, run, hike, and is always ready to go on an adventure. She is as loyal as it gets!
Pete was found along with his sister Olive in an underpass in Los Angeles. Pete has a nickname when he’s excited, “Iron Tail”. His tail is capable of hitting full beverages, and even decorations off the table completely. Pete is the best at fetch, he is very vocal, and you can tell when he’s waking up in the morning because he lets out a very loud yawn. Although he’s a big boy, on the inside he’s a big teddy bear.
Olive was found with her brother Pete as a puppy after their unknown previous owner had abandoned them. Olive is the most loving dog of the group. She loves giving kisses, getting her belly scratched, or just laying down next to you. Don’t let her small size fool you, she is a feisty girl, and is very protective over her family.
Emmy was found in the rural streets of Fallbrook. When we found her she had an injured paw that she couldn’t put much weight on, and puncture wounds along her body as if she had been attacked. We took her in, gave her a family, and in return she has given us her trust and love. She loves to play with her new family, and loves to adventure as well. Her body has fully healed from being abandoned and she is a happy, healthy, and active dog.
Lucy was found with her sister Leila near the border of Mexico. Lucy, although she is a puppy, cannot wait to be a big dog. She is constantly running as fast as she can to keep up, and although she gets pushed over once in awhile she always gets right back up. Lucy has a special talent too! She has a knack for finding avocados scattered around the property. You can always count on Lucy for a run or walk.
Leila was found with her sister near the border of Mexico. When we found her, Leila was the smallest dog in her room and it resulted in her food and water being taken by bigger dogs. She was malnourished because of this, very badly. We went for one dog, but saw her and left with two. She loves to lay down on your lap, on your chest, or if the angle is right, on your head. You won’t find a more affectionate animal.