Our growers source our inspiration.
At Harvest Food Group, our relationships with growers across the world have been carefully cultivated over many years together. These people are our trusted partners, helping keep the supply and value chain for fruits and vegetables running smoothly. These growers help us meet our clients’ needs, no matter the demand.
Spanning the globe for quality and innovation.
From small, family-owned start-ups to suppliers with an international reach, our portfolio is growing alongside the products themselves. We are constantly looking for new suppliers, products and ideas to support the changing needs of our vast array of customers. The following are just a few examples of the people with whom we’ve planted roots:
- In California’s Great Central Valley, our grower partners are leading the charge in sustainable agriculture by focusing on solar energy and the highly efficient benefits that come with it.
- With nearly 80 years in the agricultural business, our partners in southern New Jersey have been at the forefront of innovation since the beginning, being among the first suppliers of IQF frozen vegetables in the region.
- Our partner in Michigan not only works in the state’s premier region for agriculture, but they have one of the largest facilities for processing frozen vegetables across the Midwest.
- Founded by a husband and wife who built their farm from scratch—while maintaining day jobs, no less—our partner in Oregon has transitioned to raising onions, beans and wheat full-time.
- Our partner in Mexico works with the highest quality processing facilities in the country, assuring that our customers receive a top-tier product at a bargain bin price.
- In France, we work with a family-run company that’s been in business for over 165 years. As a world-leader in ready-to-use vegetables, they supply over 100 countries while preserving their all-natural processes.
These are merely a sample of the relationships we’ve built with our partners, which are a source of pride and gratitude for us. Their roots run deep, and so do ours.