Oregon Berry Packing Company delivers mouth-watering Northwest blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, black raspberries and red raspberries to premium buyers around the world. Grown, picked and packaged under the strictest quality standards, our juicy, ripe blueberries, blackberries, and red raspberries go from field to market in two days or less. Since 1948, three generations of the Malensky family have dedicated themselves to providing premium fresh and frozen berries with unparalleled customer service.
Tom and Carmen McMahon operate Oregon Hill Farms located out of Saint Helens, Oregon. The became the owners in 2005, when the previous owners retired. The McMahons operate Oregon Hill Farms along with their family and the Oregon Hill family of employees. Oregon Hill Farms is proud to offer FromTheFarm.com customers the very best jams, preserves, syrups, fruit butters, and dry mixes.
Twenty years ago, Americans had a difficult time finding enough sweet onions to satisfy their cravings. The season was short, from spring to early summer, and only two main areas in the U.S. grew them. That’s when two onions brokers began a three-year quest to find just the right seed variety and place to grow super-sweet onions that Americans could enjoy all winter long. They chose a spot at the foothills of the Andes Mountains in Chile, where the rich, volcanic soil and perfect micro-climate were ideal for growing very sweet, mild (think tearless), flavorful onions. Their search and patience paid off with the introduction of the world-class OSOSweet onion.
Passion Fruit Farms is run by third generation fig farmer Tonetta Simone Gladwin and her husband, Blair Gladwin. Tonetta, the “fig lady,” handles sales, marketing and supervision of the picking and planting schedules, while Blair does all the farming, shipping and purchasing. Tonetta’s grandfather, Mauro Simone, planted and farmed many of the first fig orchards in California’s San Joaquin Valley and was a true pioneer in the fresh and dry fig industry. Handling one of the most perishable fresh fruit commodities takes more than luck and timing; it takes skill and commitment. Within 24 hours of being picked, their product is on its way toward its destination.