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Tradition kept alive: In 2008 - Rancho Raviri was threatened to close its doors for good with the loss of Chris Hingley in 2007. Chris was a proud owner of Rancho Raviri and spent a lot of time supporting her community and youth programs around the Antelope Valley. Chris Hingley's family took over the business until suitable owners could be found. Right after Thanksgiving 2008, a deal was finalized and Rancho Raviri was reopened just in time for the Christmas Holiday by Lee Barron and Susan Jankowski. They are determined to maintain the same product line in quality and freshness Rancho Raviri is known for around the world and increase Rancho Raviri's ability to offer a larger variety of Almond and Chocolate confections.

Lee Barron and Susan Jankowski have introduced for the first time a "Fundraising Program" that helps support public and private Schools, Youth Sporting activities such as Soccer, Softball and Baseball Programs. Lee and Susan also support their local Sheriff’s Department’s “Baker to Vegas Run” fundraising event and support fundraising events at Edwards Air Force Base in Edwards CA.

Lee and Susan also enjoy hosting tours at their store and commercial kitchen, displaying how the Savory and Sweet almonds are hand coated and how their chocolate is prepared for Rancho Raviri's world famous Almond Barques.  If you have a party of 7 to 20, feel free to contact Lee or Susan, they will be happy to schedule a tour or if you would like to start a Fundraising Program, please give us a call at (661) 943-4853.

Since our first day of operation, our goal has been to make your experiences here at Rancho Raviri and with the products we product and sell memorable so much that Rancho Raviri becomes your family tradition for years of flavorful gourmet treats and delights.

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