OUR GROWING REGIONS

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Santa Maria, California

The Santa Maria Valley in California stretches from the cool coastal areas to the warm inland valleys. The valley provides a unique climate and soil types making it and ideal place for ideal year round growing conditions for many of our row crops. Each year, Pacific with its growers and partners produces approximately five million packages of produce from this area.

 

What we grow here

In the Santa Maria Valley, our growers use both conventional and organic farming practices. They grow anise, beets, broccoli, Brussels sprout stalks, cauliflower, celery, celery hearts, cilantro, green onion, iceberg lettuce, kale, leeks, mixed leaf lettuce, parsley, radishes, romaine, romaine hearts, spinach and spring mix lettuces.

 
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Salinas, California

The Salinas Valley is located on California's Central Coast. It's mild climate and fertile soil makes it the ideal place for growing produce and has earned it the nickname The Salad Bowl of the World.  The Salinas Valley is responsible for producing many of the fresh vegetables and fruit that feed our nation. From Salinas, Pacific ships approximately five million packages annually.

 

What we grow here

Here, our farmers and partners use both conventional and organic farming practices. From the Salinas Valley we offer anise, beets, bok choy, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Brussels sprout stalks, cabbage, cauliflower, celery, celery hearts, organic chard, cilantro, green onion, iceberg lettuce, kale, organic kohlrabi, leeks, mixed leaf lettuce, napa cabbage, parsley, radishes, romaine, romaine hearts, spinach and spring mix lettuces.

 
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Yuma, Arizona

Yuma, Arizona, is a large agricultural area. Yuma borders Mexico and is considered the winter vegetable capital of the world. At a 200 foot elevation, more than 350 days of sunshine and abundant water from the Colorado River, it is an ideal area for growing lettuces in the winter months. In fact, 90 percent of the leafy vegetables grown in the U.S. from November to March come from the Yuma area. 

 

What we grow here

During the winter months, in the Yuma area, our growers produce Brussels sprouts, Brussels sprout stalks, cauliflower, celery, celery hearts, iceberg lettuce, leeks, mixed leaf lettuce, radishes, romaine, romaine hearts, spinach and spring mix lettuces. 

 
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Maricopa County, Arizona

Phoenix and the surrounding cities of Maricopa County are rich in agriculture. The county sits in the center of the Salt River Valley at approximately 1,200 feet elevation. The rich soils and ample sunshine create a perfect growing environment for us to farm in Phoenix, Tolleson, and Scottsdale.

 

What we grow here

During the winter months in Maricopa County our farmers grow anise,  beets, bok choy, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, celery hearts, chard, cilantro, kale, organic kohlrabi, leeks, napa cabbage, onions, parsley, romaine hearts and watermelons.