Address: 12 Hoffer Rd., Wapato, WA 98952
Phone: (509) 877-4188
Legacy Fruit Packers, LLC is a vertically integrated grower, packer and shipper of fresh apples, pears, and cherries. In January 2015, Larson Fruit Company and Valley Fruit III, LLC combined their warehouse and packing operations. Together they own over 3,650 acres of orchard, producing approximately 4 million boxes of company grown fruit.
The packing and storage facilities, as well as the corporate offices sit on a combined 64 acres of land and have over 210,000 bins of on-site cold storage capacity. In September, 2015, Legacy completed the installation of a state of-the-art high speed packing line with the latest sorting and defect detection technology located in Wapato, WA. Combined with an existing commit to pack line, and a newly refurbished dedicated pear line in Selah, Legacy is capable of diverse and agile packing operations. Legacy Fruit Packers and its related orchard entities employ over 530 full time employees.
From Ellensburg: TAKE EXIT 37 OFF I-82 EAST, which will put you on Highway 97 South. Travel approximately 8 miles to the 2nd traffic light. Then, continue through the light for another 1/4 mile, and then turn right onto Hoffer Rd. You will see Legacy Fruit on the left-hand side. Please enter through the 2nd gate.
From Portland: TAKE 84 EAST TO 97 NORTH AT BIGGS and travel over Satus Pass. At the stop light in Toppenish, turn left to continue on 97 North. Travel 8 miles to the 3rd traffic light and turn left onto West Wapato Rd. Take the next immediate left onto Frontage Rd. Legacy Fruit will be in front of you at the stop sign. Turn right and enter at the 2nd gate on the left.
From Sunnyside: TAKE EXIT 44 FROM I-82. At the top of the ramp, turn left and follow that road to the 2nd stop light (approx. 4 miles). Turn right at the traffic light onto West First St. At the nest traffic light, turn left onto Highway 97 South. Travel 1/4 miles and turn right onto Hoffer Rd. You will see Legacy Fruit on the left-hand side. Please enter through the 2nd gate.