Organic vegetable producer shipping celery and red bunch carrots

Cal-Organic Farms, a producer of organic vegetables in the U.S., is now shipping organic red bunch carrots and celery from Coachella, CA. A division of Grimmway Farms, Cal-Organic is offering its red bunch carrots for a limited time and supplies are expected to last through the Easter holiday. Additionally, it expects to ship seasonal celery through the end of this month.

“Sweet flavor is what makes our red carrot variety truly unique. These specialty carrots feature vibrant red color through the root and make for beautiful plate presentation,” said Bob Borda, vice-president of organic sales at Grimmway Farms.

The company offers California-grown organic red bunch carrots in 12 and 24-count cases with green tops intact. Red carrots are a source of vitamin A and contribute to a balanced diet. These ruby-colored roots are among the dozens of fresh carrot products available from Grimmway and Cal-Organic Farms.

Cal-Organic's seasonal celery is expected to ship through the end of this month.

“Celery quality looks great as well, with bright green color and firm, crisp texture,” added Borda. Cal-Organic offers its premium celery in 24, 30, 36 and 48-count cases with bib ties or packed in sleeves. It also sell two-count celery hearts packed in sleeves, available in 18-count cases. Low in calories but high in vitamins and minerals, celery is a source of vitamin K, vitamin A and folate.

Cal-Organic’s seasonal red carrot and celery programs are integrated into its year-round vegetable program and Grimmway’s carrot business. Cal-Organic also offers merchandising support and custom recipe content to help promote seasonal and year-round items.

For more information:
Valorie Sill
Grimmway Farms
Tel: +1 (661) 845-3758
VSill@grimmway.com 
www.grimmway.com


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