Meet Our Growers
We believe working with an organic produce distributor allows farmers to focus their efforts on the farm while providing broader access to the marketplace. We share consumer trends with our growers to help guide crop planning and assist new farmers with pack type and labeling requirements. We strive to maximize the return made to our farmers. By maintaining the farm label throughout our business transactions, we ensure customers always know what farm they are supporting.
One of the largest employers in South Santa Clara County, three generations of the the Christopher family work on the Ranch. Approximately 10% of their 4000 acres is dedicated to organic garlic, ginger, shallots and onions.
- 400 acres of organic crops
- Certified organic since 1977
- Three generations currently work on the Ranch
- Co-founder of the Gilroy Garlic Festival
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|Gourmet Mushrooms||Trumpet Royale, Alba Clamshell. Brown Clamshell. Nebrodini Bianco, Velvet Pioppini, Forest Nameko and Maitake Frondosa||GROWER PROFILE »|
|Homegrown Organic Farms||Citrus, Stone fruit, grapes, blueberries, pomegranates, freeze-dried blueberries||GROWER PROFILE »|
|J.E. Perry Farms||Lettuce, Broccoli, Cabbage, Corn, Pumpkins||GROWER PROFILE »|
|Jacobs Farm / Del Cabo||60 varieties of herbs and edible flowers||GROWER PROFILE »|
|Lakeside Organic Gardens||Kale, chard, Brussels sprouts, radishes, dandelions, spinach, sweet baby broccoli, green beans, bell peppers, zucchini, cucumber,and winter squash||GROWER PROFILE »|
|Las Palmalitas Ranch||Avocados||GROWER PROFILE »|