A & A Organic Farms Expands Retail Ready Organic Produce Line
- by Lilian Diep
WATSONVILLE, CA - Organics is the name of the game if you’re in the produce business. Walk down the produce aisle, and you’ll notice that organics are a lot more pronounced and filled-out compared to five, ten years ago. With all the players in the game, packaging comes in as a heavy hitter. A & A Organic Farms is stepping up to the mound and upping its game with the launch of its new retail-ready packaging, just in time for the 2020 Global Organic Produce Expo (GOPEX).
“We are excited about this new lineup,” commented Aimee Raphael-Martin, Vice President. “It gives us the opportunity to service our retail partners that are not so focused on organic. This will allow them to capture the organic ring at the register.”
The organic-grown company has announced the launch of its new line of retail-ready packages for its organic ginger, organic turmeric, organic garlic, and organic shallots—looks like a deliciously spicy meal waiting to happen. According to a press release, A & A will have the packaging available for sale in the U.S. and in Canada. The new bi-lingual packaging will be available year-round for retailers aiming to spice up their organic produce aisle.
With over three decades of experience, A & A Organic Farms works directly with family-owned organic farms located on California’s Central Coast, Mexico, and South America for a variety of organic produce. The company’s latest release will expand on its current product lineup of retail-ready produce.
“This type of packaging increases our retail ready line, which also includes 1 lb Organic Limes, 4 lb Organic Valencia Oranges, 2 lb Organic Lemon, 3 lb Organic Murcott, and 1 lb Persian Cucumbers,” continued Raphael-Martin.
A & A is planning on rolling out its new product line at the 2020 GOPEX show this upcoming January 9-11, 2020, in Miami Beach, Florida. The company is also a proud Platinum level sponsor of the show.
For more info on the company’s newest product, stop by booth #405 to see firsthand how to up your organic produce game. Keep up with AndNowUKnow as we bring you more organic news.