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Produce Report: January 8, 2018

Welcome 2018! The explosions of citrus delights has us celebrating the dawn of 2018 with juicy, tart-sweet, drippy excitement each day. While we will say goodbye to satsumas soon, there’s a smatter...

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Produce Report: January 1, 2018

Ringing in the new year as it marks 40 years of operation for Organically Grown Company! We look forward to the bounty of harvests ahead and the building of healthy, strong communities through the ...

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Produce Report: December 25, 2017

Wishing you good cheer and good tidings now and in the New Year! While the full extent of the damages caused by fires in Ventura and outlying areas needs further assessment, we have been fortunate ...

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Produce Report: December 11, 2017

“Farming is a profession of hope.” Brian Brett As we approach the end of the year, we are filled with the joy of citrus season. From mandarins to kumquats, Buddha hand and all the specialty varieti...

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Giving Thanks and #GivingTuesday

This week we’re taking a break from the full Market Report and simply want to thank each of our coworkers, growers, customers, vendors and trade partners for the important work that you all d...

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Produce Report: November 27, 2017

What’s NEW and EXCITING As the busy days leading up to the holiday come to  a close, we wish you a few moments to rest and relax and eat delicious food with those you care about. We’re headin...

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Trade Advocacy

A Radical Farm Bill is Born

Civil Eats l by Leah Douglas l November 16, 2017 Oregon Rep. Earl Blumenauer’s ‘alternative farm bill’ aims to spend more tax dollars on farms that produce food, and less on those...

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Produce Report: November 20, 2017

Purple Sprouting broccoli field at Nuevo Amanecer “Small cheer and great welcome makes a merry feast.” – The Bard As the impending Thanksgiving holiday draws closer, the desire to help your custome...

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Global Warming – Increase Pests in Conventional vs. Organic Systems

Photo credit: John Flannery The Organic Center l November 6, 2017 A recent study published in the Journal Integrative and Comparative Biology has found that organic systems may be more resilient to...

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