In recent decades, crops exported from San Joaquin County have thrived. The wine, almond, walnut and other industries have boomed. New programs have been adopted that create safer environments for workers and educate students about the food in their fridges.
The county has become one of the United States’ most profitable agricultural producers, and much of that growth has come under Scott Hudson, San Joaquin County’s agricultural commissioner for the last 18 years.
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