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50 MINERAL KING PUBLISHING For foodie family members who don't live near one of Bravo Farms four loca ons, there is the "Taste of the Valley" gi basket. Brimming with the bounty of the San Joaquin Valley, offers Milk Chocolate Almonds, Dried Apricots, Gour- met Crackers, Roasted and Salted Pistachios, Hickory Smoked Almonds, Stonewall Kitchen Jam, Judy's English Toffee. The head cheese or matriarch of the gi baskets is Bravo Farms' "The Mother Lode." This full-flavored, fully stocked basket is loaded with Garlic Olives, Pistachio Cranberry Mix, Roasted & Salted Almonds, Pistachios & Cashews, Caramel Corn, Peanut Bri le, Tortuga Rum Cake, Stonewall Kitchen Caramel Apple Bu er, Yogurt Pretzels, Sesame Glazed Al- monds, Dried Apricots, Milk Chocolate Cherries & Almonds. You can visit any of Bravo Farms loca ons in Ke leman City, Traver, Tulare and Visalia to shop, dine or just to visit. Every site sells gi s, treats and treasures that are sure to im- press even the pickiest person on your holiday shopping list. Both the Traver and Tulare loca ons can be found just off Highway 99. Tulare Bravo Farms is located inside the Tulare Outlet Center on the Prosperity exit while the Traver Bravo Farms cannot be missed from the 99 with all its different looking buildings and an que looking items at the Merri Drive exit. The Smokehouse is located at 400 N. Willis Ave. in downtown Visalia. New this year is Bravoland in Ke le- man City, which includes an enormous gi shop, Wild Jack's Tex Mex BBQ, wine tas ng room, outdoor family picnic area and a vintage Doc Burnsteins Ice Cream shop. Bravoland is located at 33341 Bernard Drive near the Highway 41 and Interstate 5 junc on. All loca ons are open daily for your gi basket needs.

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