August 23, 2014

The Duda Way

At A Glance

A. Duda & Sons Inc.

Cynthia Barnett | 9/1/2006

A. Duda & Sons

Parent company providing corporate services to operating divisions and subsidiaries. The company's operating divisions are sod (Florida and Texas), sugar cane (Florida and Texas) and cattle (Florida).

Duda Farm Fresh Foods

Grower, shipper, packer and marketer of fresh and fresh-cut fruits and vegetables. Primary operations in Florida, Texas, California, Arizona, Michigan and Georgia, with grower partners in an additional six states and Mexico.

Duda Products

Processor of vegetables and beverages. Frozen and canned celery and vegetable processing plant in Thomasville, Ga; juice concentrate processing plant, Citrus Belle, in LaBelle.

The Viera Co.

Real estate development. Primary project is developing master-planned community of Viera in Brevard County.

Viera Realty

Residential real estate sales serving Viera and surrounding area.

Viera Builders

Home and commercial construction company with initial projects in Viera.

Viera Mortgage Co.

Residential mortgage broker primarily serving Viera and surrounding area.

Duda Generations

Company founder: Andrew Duda
Sons: Andrew Jr., John, Ferdinand
Third generation: 12 descendants
Fourth generation: 46 descendants
Fifth generation: 74 descendants (at last count.)

Tags: Central, Space Coast, Agriculture, Housing/Construction

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