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A Visionary Approach

The Del Cabo farming cooperative was launched in 1986 with the goal of helping subsistence-level farmers in rural Baja California reach international markets. The idea of farm and community-centered production proved to be successful.

Del Cabo farmers receive training in organic growing, harvesting, and handling, as well as start-up funds, farming technology, administrative training, and consistent distribution channels, ensuring the best return for small-scale farms. Virtually all of our farms are Fair Trade certified.

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Sustaining Success

Surpassing the original vision, the Del Cabo Cooperative of farms currently spans the entire length of the Baja California peninsula and into the mainland. This collaboration between Jacobs Farm and the Baja growers provides over 1,100 farming families with a much-improved quality of life and an environmentally sustainable economic engine for farm families and their communities.

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Overcoming Poverty

The Jacobs Farm Del Cabo partnership has helped the Baja growers raise themselves out of poverty. Once people struggling to make ends meet, the Del Cabo farmers have transformed their lives through safe farming practices and a sustainable economic model that supports their families and enriches their communities. After all, sharing and eating good food is the center of communities around the world, and a common experience that unites us all.

The only thing that tastes sweeter than fresh organic produce from Del Cabo is knowing that every bite supports the people and the earth that brought it to you—today and far into the future.

Our Products

We produce over 30 varieties organic herbs and vegetables for consumers across the the USA and Canada

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Our Story Continues

Stories

July 01, 2018

Tepentu, a "Society of Solidarity"

Tepentu has been a part of the Jacobs Farm Del Cabo family since 2006, located right in the middle of the Baja Pennisula. Over the last decade, they have grown to become a Society of Solidarity (Sociedad de Solidaridad) made up of 20 farming partners.