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Kitchen Pride: Made in Gonzales

Thursday, September 27, 2018

Kitchen Pride is Gonzales County’s very own home grown industry.

Literally.

The famous mushroom farm business has been thriving and growing since it first opened on County Road 348. It continues to prosper and thrive as one of Gonzales County’s elite industries, and serves as a testimonial to other businesses that they can survive and thrive in this area.

“We started growing our first mushroom here in 1988,” Kitchen Pride owner Greg McLain said. “We’re now in our 30th year, and we couldn’t have done it without the help of the people of the community and the people who helped us locate our business here.

“When we first started looking at this community, we were actually looking all over the state of Texas for a location for our mushroom operation. We looked everywhere from Texarkana to Cleveland to all different parts of Texas.

“But we wanted to serve Texas primarily, so we had to find a community that had a lot of the resources we needed. We found that here.”

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The Guadalupe Valley is Rich with Texas History

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Come and Take It 

 

Gonzales, TX is home to the infamous and historically significant “Come and Take It” cannon and flag. On October 2, 1835, the little cannon fired the first artillery shot for Texas Independence which led to the annexation of more land to the United States than all the shots fired during the American Revolution.