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A Little Story About Us
Our story begins in 1986, when the first pecan tree was planted at our Orchard Company: El Ruezno. Since the start, we have always strived to produce high-quality pecans for the region. Today, we have expanded our operations and flourished with thousands of pecan trees, which allows us to produce and sell our pecans to the entire world.
With a rich and complete background in the pecan industry, we are fully aware of the importance that each step of the pecan value chain has. This is why we are committed to delivering a delicious and nutritious experience with every pecan we produce.
We are eager for you to enjoy our different pecans by including them as a daily part of your meals. Whether it is as a condiment to your favorite dish or single as a snack, we share some of our favorite pecan recipes so that you can get creative with our quality selection!
Our mission is to transform agriculture in America by connecting local farms and communities in a method that is environmentally and economically sustainable.

Our Mission & Vision

Our Mission is to satisfy people's craving for delicious products, while inspiring and creating great experiences

Our Vision is to be the best option of high quality and food innovation globally.
Our company values are Passion, Excellence, Compromise, Flexibility, Integrity, Responsibility, Transparency, Ambition, Work-Environment.

Discover our process

Food quality and safety standards come first. 

Our processes, facilities, and high-tech equipment were designed to meet the highest food safety standards.

Food safe crackers & shellers  

Our machines make harvesting and cracking pecan nuts an easy and enjoyable experience. They not only get the job done but perform the additional function of shelling the pecan nuts.

High-tech electronic sorter

Our pecan sorting machines are able to detect foreign material and remove it from our pecan nuts. We always stay ahead of the continuously high requirements of the food industry

Metal detectors 

At our pecan processor, we take measured steps to ensure product purity before shipment with our metal detectors.

Sanitizing stations

Our pecan process plant manages not only the sorting but also the sanitizing of our product. 


Our lab is used to test all products produced each day using certified and approved methods.

Cold storage rooms

Proper storage of pecans preserves the quality and maintains the natural flavor and aroma of the nuts.

The Safe Quality Food (SQF) program follows the requirements outlined by internationally recognized organizations such as Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI). SQFI uses stakeholder feedback o develop programs that help protect your brand.

Owners, operators or agents in charge of domestic or foreign facilities that manufacture/process, pack, or hold food for consumption in the U.S. are required to register the facility with the FDA.

Peanut and Tree Nut Processors Association. The PTNPA is an association of leading nut industry companies and representatives. PTNPA member companies range from large global organizations, to small family owned businesses that focus on the food industry production of peanuts and tree nuts along with companies who supply equipment and services critical to the nut industry.

The Comité Mexicano del Sistema Producto Nuez is a non-governmental entity that focuses on the production sector of pecans.

The National Pecan Shellers Association (NPSA), a non-benefit exchange affiliation, is focused on teaching culinary and wellbeing experts, nourishment technologists and the overall population about the nutritious advantages, assortment of employments and all around incredible taste of pecans.

Kosher Certification assures consumers that both the actual product and its production adhere to all Kosher Law requirements.

The INC is the International source for information on nuts and dried fruits for Health, Nutrition, Food Safety, regulations and quality standards.

Halal certification is a process which ensures the features and quality of the products according to the rules established by the Islamic Council that allow the use of the mark Halal.

The Heart-Check Food Certification Program’s nutrition requirements for certification are based on the sound science of the American Heart Association regarding healthy dietary recommendations including food categories, specific product ingredients and nutrient values.