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Are you a processor searching for a partner to provide year-round, certified organics in bulk and bin formats? Do you have quantity desires (big or small) that are not currently being filled? Are you looking for multiple “mixer loads” delivered to various processing locations? We’ve got you covered.

From the same fields our market-ready retail products are grown, we can harvest and sort for all your processing needs. From whole-head romaine for chopped salad kits to rootless green onions, spinach, spring mix and wild arugula, red beets, gold beets and specialty beets.

Reusable plastic container programs and corrugated bins or baskets are available upon request.

Procurement & consolidation

What you want. When you want it. All year round.

One of the benefits of having farmed for generations is the expansive network we’ve developed. Our network of distinguished family-owned farms — tens of thousands of acres collectively – allows us to offer a year-round, reliable supply of organic vegetables.

And, although we may not grow everything you need – organic radicchio, for example – we do know the best organic radicchio farmer in the U.S. Due to the solid relationships and organizational systems we’ve established over the years, we can quickly procure that radicchio, consolidate it with your other shipments and get it to you quickly, inexpensively and hassle-free.

Field & harvesting food safety

Nothing is more important to us than food safety. That’s why each of our farms – every ranch, every harvest crew, every tooling, cooling and packing house facility – participates in the standardized benchmarking, certification programs and annual audits under the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), Primus Global Food Safety (GFS), Global Good Agricultural Practices (GAP), and of course the USDA, who regulates and certifies all organic food enterprises in the U.S.

To ensure that every single product we offer is fresh, healthy and safe, we constantly monitor and maintain the highest standards of good agricultural practices, water and soil testing, proper employee hygiene, and equipment maintenance, cleaning and sanitation.

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