Are you look­ing for a job that will fit into your lifestyle? Do you need to build skills and want a chance to move up and develop your poten­tials? Are you look­ing for great ben­e­fits?

We offer:

  • Med­ical cov­er­age through the Anthem Blue Cross network

  • Den­tal and vision coverage

  • Fully paid retire­ment plan

  • Sick leave, vaca­tion pay, hol­i­day pay

  • Optional 401K

  • Well­ness Program *

  • Employee prod­uct discounts

Our job posi­tions range from office envi­ron­ments to being on the road for deliv­er­ies and sales. Staff are encour­aged to apply for open posi­tions to develop new skills and broaden their career expe­ri­ence within the com­pany. Find out more about what we have to offer. Check out our job open­ings.

*Well­ness Works, our well­ness pro­gram works closely with Sut­ter Health. It includes in-​house health chal­lenges, Smoothie Days, onsite yearly free flu shots and blood pres­sure screen­ings. Once a year, an exten­sive health fair for all employ­ees fea­tures var­i­ous free health screen­ings, provider refer­rals and lots of fun and prizes.

Mov­ing Up

Are you will­ing to work hard but have fun too? Do you like meet­ing and work­ing with a diverse group of peo­ple? We enjoy our work AND work hard. We are rewarded with oppor­tu­ni­ties to move ahead when we are ready. Because we are a local, family-​owned busi­ness, we have a chance to get to know each other and the jobs that we do — a good fit for any­one will­ing to work hard to move up.


I was first hired as an Inside Sales Rep­re­sen­ta­tive in 2002, with no pro­duce back­ground what­so­ever. What I knew about sales, mar­ket­ing, labor and infor­ma­tion flow came from my retail expe­ri­ence in the meat depart­ment, but the skills were trans­fer­able. It’s all about work­ing with the details — that’s what I love, and it is how the buy­ing posi­tion came into play.

Ini­tially, I began pur­chas­ing every­day flo­ral and hol­i­day flo­ral items like Easter lilies and poin­set­tias. Then I was taught to cover shorts and would buy what­ever Gen­eral needed. My atten­tion to details paid off. Finally, a Buyer posi­tion opened up. They gave me a chance when I told them “I think I can do this,” and I’ve been invested as a Buyer ever since. I love the com­pas­sion­ate fam­ily nature of Gen­eral Pro­duce. They allow me to feel at ease ask­ing for what I need.


I first started at Gen­eral Pro­duce in 2013 as a Non-​commercial C Dri­ver. I didn’t expect to move up as a dri­ver until I got my com­mer­cial license again, but I got noticed for my effi­ciency at get­ting my job done. I learned my routes quickly, and just 3 days into the job, I was able to run my routes on my own. Soon I was so fast I had time to do sec­ond deliv­er­ies on the same day.

Before I knew it, I was pro­moted to Dri­ver Team Leader. I’m still run­ning routes, but now I’m help­ing my dri­ving team become more effi­cient as well. It feels good to know that what I can do helps the com­pany. The guys I work with are great, so I have a fun time at General.


My first posi­tion here was as a Receiver in 1999. I was just nine­teen and look­ing for the best oppor­tu­nity since I’m the old­est in a big fam­ily. As the old­est, lead­er­ship always came nat­u­rally to me. Gen­eral Pro­duce has helped me fos­ter that need to lead through­out my career.

After only 3 months on the receiv­ing job, I jumped at the chance to move up: I got my com­mer­cial dri­ving license and learned the com­puter sys­tem, I then became a Dri­ver Trainer as well as a Team Leader. I was later picked to be trained to over­see the new com­puter rout­ing sys­tem for all dri­vers and then pro­moted to Rout­ing Super­vi­sor and now to Assis­tant Oper­a­tions Man­ager. Any­one can do every­thing if they try hard enough.


The pro­duce indus­try is extremely chal­leng­ing, but work­ing in the dis­tri­b­u­tion of healthy and organic foods over many years has always moti­vated me. I worked in the Organic Food indus­try in Pitts­burg, PA and Eugene, OR before start­ing as a morn­ing Receiver at Gen­eral Pro­duce in Octo­ber 2005. Over time, I worked my way up to become the pri­mary Organic Buyer for Gen­eral Pro­duce and Assis­tant Gen­eral Man­ager of the Mount Shasta Branch.

I’m proud to work for Gen­eral Pro­duce because I feel like I’m con­tribut­ing to a cause I care about. With the con­stant growth of Organ­ics, I see changes, such as the use of less harm­ful pes­ti­cides and fewer fer­til­iz­ers being released into the envi­ron­ment, lead­ing to a health­ier planet for future gen­er­a­tions. The biggest reward work­ing here is know­ing that through hard work, I can make a dif­fer­ence every sin­gle day.

Life in General

Our employee events give us all a chance to come together for fun, food, con­nect­ing with each other and even tak­ing time to focus on our health.

Free, onsite blood pres­sure checks are given as part of Blood Pres­sure Aware­ness Month.

Employ­ees enjoyed giant cakes & many cup­cakes in cel­e­bra­tion of the company’s 80th Anniversary.

Employee “ath­letes” and fam­ily par­tic­i­pate in the Walk to Cure Dia­betes each year.

Our awe­some Receivers are also awe­some golfers at the Annual Friend­ship Golf Tournament.


Warm hearts and big appetites abound at the annual Win­ter Potluck for all staff.

As the Employer Rela­tions Spe­cial­ist with Sut­ter Health, I inter­act with many of the employ­ees at Gen­eral Pro­duce to dis­cuss ways to live a health­ier lifestyle. Gen­eral Pro­duce is a very family-​oriented com­pany. I always look for­ward to vis­it­ing the site, inter­act­ing with their employ­ees and work­ing with their well­ness team.

This is a com­pany that pro­vides qual­ity prod­ucts and excel­lent cus­tomer ser­vice while also valu­ing the well-​being of their employ­ees. Sut­ter Health and Gen­eral Pro­duce have estab­lished a great work­ing rela­tion­ship in help­ing to edu­cate the employ­ees about the resources avail­able to them at Sut­ter Health through their ben­e­fits. I value our part­ner­ship and respect how much time, effort and resources they put into improv­ing the qual­ity of life of their work­force.

Amy Schenone
Sut­ter Health
Employer Rela­tions Specialist

Raf­fle, freshly blended smooth­ies and healthy tips are shared, with the help of Sut­ter Health.

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IN PER­SON: Gen­eral Pro­duce, 1330 North B Street, Sacra­mento, CA 95811
FAX: 9164412511
MAIL: Gen­eral Pro­duce, P.O. Box 308, Sacra­mento, CA 958120308
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Job Open­ings

The fol­low­ing posi­tion is open:

Job Title: Order Selec­tor, Swing Shift
Job Clas­si­fi­ca­tion: Non-​Exempt (Hourly), Reg­u­lar Full Time
Ben­e­fits: Health Insur­ance, Vacation/​Sick Leave, and Retire­ment

Pri­mary Pur­pose:
The Order Selec­tor, Production/​Swing Shift selects prod­ucts in the ware­house and other areas to sat­isfy cus­tomer orders. He/​she also receives and stores prod­ucts within the ware­house and sur­round­ing areas.

Essen­tial func­tions:
1. Read cus­tomer orders to deter­mine items to be selected and gath­ered.

2. Select and move prod­ucts for each order from refrig­er­ated rooms in the ware­house and other areas.
3. Assem­ble ordered prod­ucts by cus­tomers and place orders in stacks.

1. Abil­ity to work in a team envi­ron­ment.
2. Must pos­sess excep­tional work ethics and depend­abil­ity.
3. Abil­ity to learn to oper­ate fork­lifts and other mate­r­ial trans­port machines.
4. Abil­ity to per­form the essen­tial func­tions of this posi­tion with or with­out rea­son­able accom­mo­da­tion.

Edu­ca­tion and Expe­ri­ence:
High School grad­u­ate and 1 year expe­ri­ence in pro­duce ware­house envi­ron­ment pre­ferred.

Phys­i­cal Demands:
The phys­i­cal demands described here are rep­re­sen­ta­tive of those that must be met by an employee to suc­cess­fully per­form the essen­tial func­tions of this job:

1. The employee is reg­u­larly required to walk for most of the shift. Employee must also sit and talk or hear.
2. Spe­cific vision abil­i­ties required by this job include close vision, color vision, and abil­ity to adjust focus.
3. The employee must reg­u­larly lift, push and pull, and move up to 50 lbs.
4. Employee is required to stoop, kneel, or crouch and han­dle a hand truck loaded with cases of produce.

Appli­ca­tion Pro­ce­dure and Dead­line: Please sub­mit com­pleted Gen­eral Pro­duce appli­ca­tion

An Equal Opportunity/​Affirmative Action Employer

Job Open­ings

The fol­low­ing posi­tion is open:

Job Title: Deliv­ery Route Truck Dri­ver (License A, B or C)
Job Clas­si­fi­ca­tion: Non-​Exempt (Hourly), Reg­u­lar Full Time
Ben­e­fits: Health Insur­ance, Vacation/​Sick Leave, and Retire­ment

Pri­mary Pur­pose:
The Deliv­ery Route Truck Dri­ver deliv­ers pro­duce and other prod­ucts to Gen­eral Pro­duce cus­tomers.

Essen­tial func­tions:
1. Pro­vide extra­or­di­nary cus­tomer ser­vice by exceed­ing cus­tomer expec­ta­tions in the fol­low­ing areas:

  • Checks, ver­i­fies, and quan­ti­fies prod­uct to cus­tomer invoice and deliv­ers said mer­chan­dise accu­rately, safely and efficiently.
  • Col­lects money from cus­tomers, makes change, and records trans­ac­tions on cus­tomer receipt.
  • Places stock and/​or rotates stock per cus­tomer request.
  • Col­lects or picks up empty con­tain­ers or rejected or unsold merchandise.
  • Com­pletes credit/​debit forms as necessary.

2. Record sales or deliv­ery infor­ma­tion on daily sales or deliv­ery record.
3. Lis­ten and com­mu­ni­cate with office to resolve ser­vice com­plaints.
4. Load and unload trucks
5. Per­form rou­tine main­te­nance on truck; i.e. adjusts mir­rors, cleans wind­shields, changes bulbs
6. Oper­ate deliv­ery trucks safely and con­forms to DOT, CHP and CVC reg­u­la­tions, laws, codes and poli­cies
7. May pick up pro­duce at pro­duce houses, pack­ing sheds and ware­houses for back haul to ware­house.

1. Valid Cal­i­for­nia Dri­ver License (A , B or C).
2. Dri­ving record must con­form to com­pany pol­icy and show no DUIs.
3. Basic writ­ing, read­ing and speak­ing Eng­lish lan­guage skills.

Phys­i­cal Demands:

  1. Reg­u­larly lift, push and pull up to 50 lbs.
  2. Sit for long peri­ods of time, while dri­ving, stoop, stand, kneel, crouch, push and pull.
  3. Pos­sess vision abil­i­ties to include close vision, color vision, and abil­ity to adjust focus.

Appli­ca­tion Pro­ce­dure and Dead­line:Please sub­mit com­pleted Gen­eral Pro­duce appli­ca­tion and a
10 year DMV print to Gen­eral Pro­duce Com­pany, 1330 North B St., Sacra­mento, CA 95811. DMV print­outs can be emailed to This email address is being pro­tected from spam­bots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

An Equal Opportunity/​Affirmative Action Employer

Job Open­ings

The fol­low­ing posi­tion is open:

Job Title: Pro­duce Retail Mer­chan­diser
Loca­tion: McClel­lan Com­mis­sary
Job Clas­si­fi­ca­tion: Non-​Exempt (Hourly), Reg­u­lar, Part-​Time with oppor­tu­nity for full-​time

Pri­mary Pur­pose:
The Retail Mer­chan­diser will ser­vice estab­lished retail­ers in prod­uct devel­op­ment to include pro­mo­tional pro­grams, mer­chan­dis­ing and brand strate­gies. Posi­tion also includes data analy­sis, cat­e­gory man­age­ment and over­all assis­tance to retail­ers in max­i­miz­ing sales vol­ume, store dis­tri­b­u­tion and gross profit.

Essen­tial functions:

  1. Eval­u­ates effec­tive­ness of retail mer­chan­dis­ing programs.
  2. Draw schemat­ics for pro­duce depart­ment resets.
  3. Par­tic­i­pate with Buy­ing and Sales Depart­ment in devel­op­ing weekly promotions.
  4. Develop goals for retail mer­chan­dis­ing programs.
  5. Research, ana­lyze and under­stand: demo­graph­ics, com­pe­ti­tion, schemat­ics of stores, and rela­tion­ship of pro­duce sales to over­all store sales, pro­mo­tional sales vs. reg­u­lar store sales, GP’s prod­uct mix and sales reports.

1. Effec­tive writ­ten and oral com­mu­ni­ca­tions.
2. Pro­fi­cient in Windows-​based com­puter appli­ca­tions
3. Cus­tomer ser­vice skills.
4. Abil­ity to ana­lyze and under­stand data.

Edu­ca­tion and Expe­ri­ence:
High School grad­u­ate. Pre­fer five years expe­ri­ence with retail pro­duce depart­ment oper­a­tion and/​or mer­chan­dis­ing expe­ri­ence.

Cer­tifi­cates, Licenses, Registrations:

Main­tains a valid Cal­i­for­nia Dri­ver License.

An Equal Opportunity/​Affirmative Action Employer


1330 North B Street
Sacra­mento, CA

P.O. Box 308
Sacra­mento, CA 958120308

Mount Shasta

1101 Ream Avenue
Mount Shasta, CA