Kaream Jordan has been working for Rockview Family Farms since May 1, 2001. He has served in a variety of different roles and has been an integral part of our team. He started in the cold box, loading and unloading dairy product, taking temps of the trailers, and building orders for our drivers for their deliveries. After two years with Rockview he was promoted to work as a Quality Control Foreman in the Cold Box on 3rd shift, to assure that our customers received the best product by making sure our milk was properly rotated before loaded into the trailers.Read More
There is no way around it, if you like candy you will probably eat too much of it tomorrow. If you have kids, then they will certainly be getting a bit of a sugar buzz too. This could result in irritable parents and kids that won’t go to sleep (sounds like a fun holiday, right?), but it doesn’t have to be this way!Read More
In order to provide the best possible products to our customers, top notch transportation is key to
success. To make sure our deliveries are made on time, we rely on our transportation team
(which you can read all about in this post!). Even further behind the scenes is another team that
makes sure all of the trucks and vehicles are in working order and that’s the guys in the garage.
It’s graduation season and we have a lot to celebrate! Here at Rockview Family Farms we value education and consider our employees our family, so today we’re taking a minute to celebrate a few graduations in our family. The names listed below are family members of our employees that are graduating this year from Middle School, High School or College. We are especially proud of this group who has been Raised on Rockview and want to recognize the hard work and commitment that went into this milestone. Congratulations to each and every one of them!Read More
For the second year in a row Downey’s Old River Elementary students took on the challenge of making videos that communicate the benefits of drinking milk. There are nine nutrients in milk that children (and adults) need to grow strong and healthy.Read More
We know that feeding everyone in your family can mean buying several products to meet their individual dietary needs. When buying several different products, you want a name you can trust. Rockview Family Farms is continually developing products to meet those needs to keep the whole family happy, healthy, and well-fed.
Oat Milk, Rockview Family Farms’ latest non-dairy product, is lactose-free, gluten-free, and nut-free. It addresses so many allergens all in one carton, it should always be in your fridge! You can afford to keep it on-hand even if you don’t need it very often since it has a 100-day shelf life—making your grocery dollar stretch even further.
Carlos Lopez has been working at Rockview Family Farms since October 2004. In over 14 years of service, Carlos has had the opportunity to work in different departments which he describes as the key to understanding the big picture of the business. He has worked in the garage with diesel mechanics, in the load out department, the Rockview warehouse, in the plant lab with our quality team and now in a leadership role at the hub of our plant. Carlos currently oversees and supervises milk receiving, processing from the raw milk tankers arriving at Rockview, pasteurizing product into silos for filling, and into various containers and fillers. Carlos is a team player and committed to accuracy and efficiency.Read More
Hector Palafox has been working at Rockview Family Farms since September of 1998. In over 20 years of service in dedication to the company, Hector has filled a variety of roles and positions including Class A Driver, Yard Goat Driver, Relief Driver, Utility Driver, Dispatch and his current role as Route Foreman. As a leader in our transportation department, Hector plays a key role in making sure that Rockview Family Farms’ quality products get delivered in a timely manner with top notch service.Read More
Did you know that nearly one third of all annual giving happens in December? It’s true that there is something about this time of year that makes us feel more united, generous and eager to help others. Of course year-end tax benefits also factor into this trend. As a relatively small (compared to our competitors), family-owned company, the support of our local community is essential to our livelihood. We consider it a privilege to provide top quality products to our community and further invest in our community by supporting nonprofits doing great things.Read More
Rockview Family Farms’ Transportation Supervisor Jim Hower has been an essential member of Rockview’s transportation team for 30 years. Jim began his career here as a route manager, became a foreman in 1997, a manager in 2007, and now works as a transportation supervisor overseeing 65 drivers. Anyone who knows Jim will tell you that he is friendly, dedicated, hard-working, and a true team player.Read More