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Grower Collaborative

Bringing organic produce growers together with the purpose of enriching our collective community, our organic farming practices and our planet. 

Working Together

Our growers advise on product development​ and provide insights for a variety of topics being discussed by the Collaborative. 

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Organic Trends

We evaluate current and future technology to enhance organic farming practices ​while also looking at organic food, in-market performance, and consumer trends.

Regeneration Steps

We learn about regenerative agriculture practices and how to implement them while providing education around the Regenerative Organic Certification​.

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Years of organic tomato experience


Family-owned organic growers


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Net Carbon Zero

Meet Our Growers

We have deep grower partnerships with 11 family-owned organic growers located in the Central Valley of California. These partners have been growing for multiple generations and share our commitment to quality and sustainability.

A California farm founded in 1927 by Danish immigrants seeking the American dream. Stenderup Family Farms grows a variety of permanent and row crops, including 170 acres of organic tomatoes.
A third-generation farm which has operated in California for more than 40 years. M Three Ranches grows 150 acres of organic tomatoes and has a strong focus on sustainability, wildlife enhancement, and habitat improvement.
The world’s largest producer of carrots, which also grows 694 acres of organic tomatoes. Grimmway Farms has been in operation for 50 years, and strives to protect natural resources and the environment.
A mission-driven 6th generation farm growing 150 acres of organic tomatoes. Bowles Farming uses innovative farming techniques and technologies to deliver quality crops and restore degraded habitats.