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The importance and scope of the Equitable Food Initiative continues to grow.
The U.S. Secretary of Labor visits our farm in Oxnard, California to meet with and learn about EFI.
Costco helps us buy land and equipment so we can grow more organic produce to keep up with increasing demand.
Although the climate is better for growing tomatoes in Mexico for most of the year, there is an increase in locally grown tomatoes in the U.S. during summer months.
Andrew and Williamson Announces Support for New STOP Foodborne Illness Campaign to Improve Diagnoses
Statement from Andrew and Williamson on Cucumber Recall
Statement: Update from Andrew and Williamson on Cucumber Recall
AnW Fresh Produce Recalls
The New York Times details the benefits to consumers, growers, retailers and workers created by the Equitable Food Initiative.
NBC News describes the improvements to food safety consciousness and culture created by the Equitable Food Initiative.
The Packer explains why Fall is a good season for strawberries in California.
The story of our role in the launch of a program, which improves food safety and working conditions, is told by The Packer.
We speak to The Packer newspaper about our 2012 winter tomato program.
Learn from the Produce News how we are growing in more regions to avoid weather interruptions.
Science Daily reports that eating more tomatoes and tomato products can make people healthier and decrease the risk of certain diseases.
Berries are loaded with nutrients, but did you know that they can protect our brain and memory, melt fat and even prevent urinary tract infections?
The DC Natural Health Examiner explores many of the health benefits of eating fresh strawberries.
Natural News confirms that eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables helps reduce the risk of many chronic diseases.