White button mushrooms pickled in white vinegar with onions. Simple and scrumptious. Down on the Rose family's Wisconsin farm, River Valley Ranch, they are serious about having a good time. And for them, a good time means great food. Food brings people together in a way that nothing else can. For family and friends, in the kitchen, at the table or by the grill, a tasty bite can really get things going. Good food has been River Ranch's business since 1976.
One afternoon in the kitchen, the Rose family was lamenting the lack of quality mushrooms available for them to use in the family restaurant. And then they had a vision. Their recipes could be exceptionally fresh and delicious if they just grew the mushrooms themselves. So in 1976 Bill Rose and his son Eric founded the River Valley Ranch mushroom farm in the Fox River Valley in Burlington, Wisconsin.
In 1997, Eric established a commercial kitchen, producing artisan-quality sauces, dips, salsas and pickled vegetables, using Eric's own unique pickling process that ensures the best flavor and texture for each and every mushroom in the jar. The farm kitchen continues to cook up new recipes and the family's commitment to quality has continued to be the guiding principle for every product that is made in the kitchen.