All of our organic produce is certified organic by a third party, and we have access to all of their certification records. For example, the farm in Mexico where we source tomatoes and watermelons from is certified by Oregon Tilth under the U.S. National Organic Program. A lot of the organic farms we work with are certified by CCOF, Oregon Tilth, NOP (USDA), or QAI. Please note that the use of genetically modified organisms (GMO’s) is prohibited in certified organic products, therefore none of our organic produce has been genetically modified regardless of where it's grown.
Articles in this section
- How far does your produce travel?
- How is your produce packed?
- How do I know what’s in season in my area?
- Produce Identification Guide
- What makes the produce “ugly?”
- Is your produce organic?
- How is your produce cheaper than grocery store produce?
- Does ugly produce taste the same as "normal" produce?
- Why does some of your produce look perfectly normal? Are you buying produce that otherwise would just go to the grocery store?
- How do you measure/weigh your produce?