Babe’ Farms of Santa Maria, California was one of the very first growers of baby leaf lettuces in the United States. Now, Babe’ Farms stands out as a premier grower, packer, shipper of more than 100 baby and specialty vegetables. Among its year-round harvest are baby lettuces, specialty greens, colorful root veggies and baby cauliflower. Babe’ Farms continues to be a family owned and operated business, the Lundberg Family proudly carries on the tradition and quality that the Babe’ Farms logo represents.
Washington State is world-renowned for crispy, crunchy apples and Barrett Orchards is a valued contributor to this apple-grower success story. A fourth-generation family farm in eastern Washington’s Yakima Valley, owners Mark and Cheryl Barrett thrill customers with tree-ripened apples that anyone can just show up to get—by picking their own choice fruit. Since the 1990s, Barrett Orchards have diversified to include cherries, apricots, peaches, nectarines and pears.
Established in 1979, Bravo Farms is nestled near the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in the fertile San Joaquin Valley of California. Here we create unique, naturally aged cheeses. Working with nature, we use fresh milk from our family’s farm with all natural ingredients. No hormones or preservatives are used in our fine artisan cheeses We only make all natural cheese that we know you will love.
Tucked away in the lush San Joaquin Valley in Rural Southern California lies a small and enchanting town by the name of Exeter. Awash with murals and bountiful culture this tiny hamlet is the birthplace of “The Bread Fair” a small baking company with a truly unique outlook. Deeming themselves “Bread Designers”, the baker/owner (Jennifer Harvey) and her crew are doing what? “Playing in the kitchen!” The Bread Fair produces 18 different varieties of bread with delicious names like “Apple Morning” “Tuscan Sunrise” and “Black Forest” which range in flavors from a chocolate bread to an Italian bread loaded with Sundried Tomatoes, Basil, Oregano, Garlic and Rosemary. Her varieties of sweet breads include an Almond Rum bread (The Almond Tree), an Orange bread (Orangey Goodness), a Lemon Bread (Sunshine), Chocolate bread (Black Forest), Apple Cinnamon Walnut bread (Apple Morning) and Raisin Cinnamon Walnut (Raisin a Ruckus). Currently, five local restaurants use her breads for various menu items. A unique opportunity also is available; Jennifer offers to design an exclusive bread for any restaurant or business that will express their signature style and tastes.