Wholesum Brings Local Heirloom Program to Arizona

October 21, 2022 Wholesum

Wholesum, Fair Trade Certified growers and shippers of organic farm-fresh vegetables, recently announced its first harvest of greenhouse-grown organic heirloom tomatoes. The new and exquisite assortment of heirlooms are grown in state-of-the art greenhouses at the company’s farm in Amado, Arizona. The tomatoes will make their debut at the Global Produce and Floral Show in Orlando this month.

Organic Produce Association (OPA) Chairman Announcement

Wholesum, as Chairman. Crisantes has been serving in an acting capacity since the fall of last year.

Wholesum Celebrates 10 Years of Fair Trade Certification

August 18, 2022 Wholesum

Wholesum, Fair Trade Certified growers and shippers of organic fresh produce, announces their ten-year anniversary of Fair Trade Certification. As a value-driven company, Wholesum has always maintained a strong commitment to people and the planet through responsible practices including 100% organic production. In 2012, the company further solidified those commitments by obtaining Fair Trade Certification through the third-party certifier, Fair Trade USA.

Wholesum Shares Their 2021 Social and Environmental Responsibility Efforts in Annual Conscientious Company Report

June 29, 2022 Wholesum

Wholesum, leading growers and shippers of Fair Trade Certified, 100% organic farm-fresh vegetables, published its annual Conscientious Company Report today. The report highlights the company’s commitments and achievements in social and environmental responsibility for 2021 using the company values of Integrity, Responsible Growing, People on the Move and Problem Solving as the framework to guide these efforts.

Wholesum Springs Into Tomato Goodness with Seasonal Organic Tomato Pack

March 14, 2022 Wholesum

Wholesum, Fair Trade Certified growers and shippers of organic fresh produce, is announcing the launch of a Spring-themed sustainable pack of organic, Fair Trade Certified tomatoes on the vine.  The pack will hit retail shelves just in time for April (Earth month) and will be available through the Spring season, bringing the social and environmental components of sustainability to the forefront for consumers.