New Wave Berry Clears the Table to Begin Planting Revolutionary Concept

November 17, 2021 Oppy

Rooting thousands of strawberry plants on elevated tables the first week of October, Oppy, under the Ocean Spray license, will launch the first-ever specialty berry pack in the Happy Berry™ label mid-December. The hydroponic tabletop strawberry concept was developed by New Wave Berry, LLC which is a joint venture formed by grower, marketer and distributor Oppy, agricultural investment firm Farmers Gate and family-owned agribusiness Red Dog Management, who is growing the crop in Santa Maria, California.

Oppy Welcomes Ocean Spray Cranberry Season With Inspirited Holiday Perspective

September 15, 2021 Oppy

Having spent the last festive season socially-distanced from family and friends, this year’s layers of protection and eased restrictions will unite folks in more traditional ways once again. Leading grower, marketer and distributor of fresh produce, Oppy, looks toward putting Ocean Spray® cranberries at the center of rejoicing tables.

Oppy Showcases the New School Way to Enjoy Ocean Spray

August 12, 2021 Ocean Spray

Oppy is presenting its berries, grapes and citrus under the umbrella of the campaign’s positioning line: ‘The new school way to enjoy Ocean Spray®’. All items are available now. 

Oppy Expands Ocean Spray Partnership with Robust Grape Harvest from Southern Hemisphere

January 22, 2021 Oppy

The fruit comes from the Southern Hemisphere, which expands Oppy’s footprint, offering retailers a powerful 12-month consumer brand for the grape category from Peru, Chile and Brazil as well as South Africa, Mexico and California.

Ocean Spray Launches Ocean Spray Farmers for Chefs Alliance, a Partnership with Massachusetts Restaurant United to Support Independent Restaurants in Massachusetts

November 20, 2020 Ocean Spray

Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc., the agricultural cooperative owned by more than 700 farmer families, is launching the Ocean Spray Farmers for Chefs Alliancewith the goal of helping as many qualifying independent restaurants as possible cover rent, utilities, and payroll costs.