Seriously I'm sure the orchard operators/owners would do a brisk business if they set up a stand or even a U-Pick kind of thing.
Bruce, Bruce, Bruce.
It is likely that the owners of the citrus orchards that surround this location farm several sections in the general vicinity. Do you know how many citrus trees will fit into a section? Standard sized trees will be spaced about 20 feet apart. Semi-dwarf trees about 15 feet. Do the math. That will be a LOT of trees.
It is equally likely that if the owners are the Resnicks inter alia, they have their own packing facilities like the Halos plant on 99 near Delano. The farm workers sweep the orchards a couple times during harvest season (likely different varieties so they ripen over 45-75 days) to pick the fruit and send them off to the packing houses. We're talking millions of pounds of tangerines, oranges, and other citrus.
So, a fruit stand by a Supercharger ain't gonna be a significant revenue stream for operations like those. And U-Pick places have to contend with the unwashed masses trampling their orchards, damaging limbs, and letting perfectly good fruit rot on the ground because the customers are too lazy to pick what they don't like.
The days of the family farm on 40 acres are long gone, sadly. You are too young to remember the glory days of the Santa Clara Valley and its 5 to 40 acre farms bearing stone fruit, pears, and various truck crops. Equally depressing is that the Del Monte cannery in San Jose on Auzerais Ave. closed in the '90s and was converted into lofts. No more fragrances of fruit cocktail or pickles being canned wafting on the zephyr permeating Willow Glen on summer afternoons.