Sunland, since 1893

Sunland is the area surrounding the ‘Crescenta Valley’ in Southern California, about 20 miles north of Los Angeles. It was here where the brand ‘Sunland’ was born. In 1893 local fruit growers came together to form the ‘Southern California Fruit Exchange’ and grow high quality citrus under the ‘Sunland’ brand. The first orange juice was produced in 1916 and in 1968 the brand ‘Sunland Quality Juices’ was introduced. From that moment on the consumption of orange juice took off.

100% quality

Sunland Quality Juices are made of 100% pure juice and is made from the best, most carefully selected fruit. Of course, no preservatives or artificial colours are added. Sunland is available in a variety of packages; like a 1L carton,  and plastic bottles in sizes 1L, 0.5L, and 0.33L. 

From the tree to the world

Today Sunland Quality Juices and concentrates are brought in from around the world, mainly from Brazil, and packed on high-speed production lines in a modern facility in Belgium. From there Sunland Quality Juices are shipped to European and overseas markets, like to Africa and South East Asia.

Sunland Juices is named after the California’s region Sunland

The Sunland-Tujunga community is nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, just to the north of the city of Los Angeles. Though Sunland and Tujunga began as separate settlements, they are today linked as one part of the greater Los Angeles area.

The main geographical feature is the Big Tujunga Canyon, from which the Tujunga Wash arose. Across the centuries this is the largest natural floodplain in southern California area and it can even be seen from space. It flows into the lake Hansen, which  originated from the build of the Hansen dam, which was one of the largest dams in the world at the time of delivery.

The San Gabriel Mountains, with its impressive range of peaks, separates the Los Angeles region of the Mojave Desert. It is the north and north-eastern boundary of the “Valley”. On the other side of the “Valley” is the Verdugo Mountains. This separates the Tujunga Valley Glendale, Burbank, and throughout the greater Los Angeles area in the south.