I live in CA and this

 

morning purchased one of

 

your baby spinach

 

packages ..................

 

congratulations on the

 

clealiness of you

 

product!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

- Patricia C., California

Where We Grow Our Produce


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Santa Maria, California:

Santa Maria stretches from cool coastal areas to warm inland valleys allowing for ideal year round growing conditions for our broccoli and cauliflower. Each year, Pacific produces approximately five million packages of produce from this area. In addition to year round broccoli and cauliflower, the spring, summer, and fall seasons grow leaf lettuces, head lettuce, celery, spinach, cilantro, and corn. And during the summer, we grow organic produce here as well.

Salinas, California:

It is with good reason Salinas is called the Salad Bowl of the World with most of the major package salad processors headquartered here. Both Salinas and Santa Maria are similar in their climates and growing seasons. Here we grow broccoli, cauliflower, leaf lettuces, head lettuce, celery, cilantro and spinach. Pacific ships approximately 5 million packages through its Cool Pacific facility in Salinas.

Yuma, Arizona:

Yuma, AZ is a large agricultural area bordering Mexico. At a 200 foot elevation, and with abundant water from the Colorado River, it is an ideal area for growing winter lettuces. Yuma is also a major consolidation location for products grown in the Mexicali Valley.

Nogales, Arizona:

Nogales is the entry point for all vegetable and fruit production from west Mexico. The growing season begins in September and runs through May. Products crossing the border include tomatoes, squash, melon, bell peppers, cucumbers, eggplant, green beans, and corn. Pacific ships melons, squash and assorted mix vegetables during this season as well as providing consolidation services.

Phoenix, Arizona:

Phoenix sits in the center of the Salt River Valley at approximately 1,200 feet elevation. Pacific operates out of three facilities here, cooling and shipping produce grown on approximately 5,000 acres of conventional, and 800 acres of organic ground. The shipping season begins in September with mix vegetables like carrots, broccoli, greens, cilantro, and cauliflower, and finishes in July with dry onions and watermelons.