Putting People First
The del Cabo collective was born in 1985 when co-founders Larry and Sandra met a group of small-scale farmers in San Jose del Cabo. They found these farmers to be some of the best people on this planet who worked really hard, but were not in the right place to make a good living.
The goal of the del Cabo collective was to connect these communities with good products and teach them how to grow food in a way that’s healthy for them, for the consumer, and for the planet.
Today, the collective provides organic farming training and sustainable quality of life to over 1,250 farming families within 14 communities. Our del Cabo farming operations span the full length of the Baja California Peninsula and into mainland Mexico.
Del Cabo is a leading brand in the socially and environmentally-conscious production of organic tomatoes, peppers, squash and other veggies.
Helping Farmers Adapt to Climate Change
Jacobs Farm del Cabo is addressing climate change with a new program that identifies climate-related risks and adaptation challenges for vulnerable smallholder farms and develops solutions to reduce these risks, ensuring their farms thrive far into the future.