California Giant Berry Farms, a leading producer of fresh, sustainable berries, today announced the distribution of $48,000 to twelve non-profit organizations throughout the greater Pajaro Valley area through its philanthropic initiative, The California Giant Foundation.
California Giant Berry Farms is celebrating this Earth Day, although for the growers and staff, every day is Earth Day. As a company, California Giant is leading the way in the produce industry with their sustainability efforts around Sustainably Grown, Bee Better and TRUE Zero Waste certifications.
California Giant Berry Farms welcomes two produce veterans to its executive team: Jay Brown as Chief Financial Officer and Alan Ediger as Vice President of Sales. Focused on the future, California Giant builds upon its proven leadership, experience and drive to provide the berry best.
In lieu of cancelled in-person fundraising events due to COVID-19, California Giant Berry Farms has launched an online platform to help financially support non-profit organizations in the greater Pajaro Valley area who actively work to better the livelihood of its community’s members.
California Giant Berry Farms and Measure to Improve, LLC (MTI) announce the Sustainably Grown certification of Satsuma Farms, strategic strawberry grower-partner for California Giant, under the rigorous standard of SCS Global Services. Satsuma Farms, located in Watsonville, California, is the first strawberry operation in the world to achieve this prestigious certification.