A&A Organic Farms started receiving the first containers of Argentine garlic. "We are packaging the organic and conventional products available this year under our new Double-A label," said Andy Martin, the president of the company.
"We are very pleased to announce the expansion of A&A Organic Farms' imported garlic offer. Garlic has always been an important commodity for us thanks to the excellent quality of the products of our producers. We have increased garlic production in all regions to offer our customers a constant supply throughout the year," he highlighted.
"We created the Double-A label to celebrate our long-standing relationships with our producers in Latin America, where we are called like that. We have turned our nickname into a label for our garlic programs in Argentina and Mexico," Martin stated.
Double-A conventional garlic is shipped in white boxes, and Double-A organic garlic is shipped in kraft-colored boxes. The product is exported in 30-pound boxes, with 80 boxes per pallet.
"As soon as we have exhausted our Argentine garlic, we will start importing garlic from our Mexican producers," Martin stated.