Pacific International Marketing Expands Organic Carrot Program
- by Robert Schaulis
PHOENIX, AZ – Arizona growing season has kicked off with a bang for Pacific International Marketing. The produce provider is expanding on its conventional carrot offerings—with its new line of Arizona-grown organic carrots first introduced last year.
According to a company press release, Pacific International Marketing’s carrot program is operated in conjunction with Rousseau Farms—a partner who has been growing carrots in Arizona for almost forty years. The program started in early-January and will run through the end of May, with a lineup of conventional carrots including cello’s, baby peeled, shred, petites, and carrot chips—all marketed under the Rousseau label.
And beginning last year, Pacific International Marketing has expanded its carrot program to include organic baby peeled and organic cello’s, both marketed under the Pure Pacific label.
The company noted, in a press release, that Pacific International Marketing’s carrot program is one of more than 100 categories that the company is involved in growing, packing, shipping, and processing. Pacific International Marketing offers a complete line of organic and conventional fresh fruits and veggies and ships more than 25 million packages from the Western United States and Mexico every year.
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