Mission & Community

Commitment to excellence has earned Wawona Frozen Foods a reputation of delivering superior quality, value, and service. Wawona is determined to efficiently produce and deliver the best fruit products available, and to be a valued partner in each customer’s success. Wawona’s “state-of-the-art” production methods and facilities ensure consistent high quality products. By choosing fruit varieties developed especially for freezing, Wawona offers fruit with delicious flavor, superb texture, outstanding color, and uniform size.

Our quality assurance begins by maintaining strict agricultural practices in the orchard and continues with rigid standards for grading and inspection at every step: harvesting, processing and packaging. In addition to Wawona’s laboratory testing and quality assurance, all production is subject to continuous USDA inspection. USDA inspection of fresh frozen fruit is a voluntary program paid for entirely by Wawona.

The Smittcamp Family at The Peach Party. Peaches are the main attraction during the Peach Party, held every summer during Farmers Market. Proud sponsor and host, Wawona Frozen Foods, grace the streets of Old Town Clovis Farmers Market with an artful display of peach products and peach specialties


Wawona Frozen Foods once again partnered with Children’s Hospital Foundation and hosted 650 guests at the 17th annual Harvest Ball on Sept. 27 at Wawona Ranch. The event raised over $500,000 in support of the Valley’s only dedicated pediatric hospital to help fund high-quality, comprehensive healthcare services in more than 40 pediatric specialties.

The Smittcamp family behind their display at the American Frozen Food Institute Conference. Wawona Frozen Foods has been apart of the AFFI family for many years, with Bill Smittcamp even serving a term as AFFI Chairman.

Bill & Linda and Blake Smittcamp proudly display Wawona Frozen Food products at several food shows throughout California every year.


The Smittcamps annually encourage and challenge Wawona Frozen Food employees to give to local charities and organizations. One of those is the Children’s Hospital of Central California.