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Jacobs Farm – Del Cabo Organic

Having already created Jacobs Farm, a successful organic farming operation, and with a knack for developing niche markets, longtime organic farmers Larry Jacobs and Sandra Belin were confident in their vision for their next venture. In 1985, they encountered a community of struggling, subsistence-level farmers in Mexico, and the Del Cabo cooperative was conceived.


Devine Organics

Devine Organics has its roots in Double D Farms, a conventional produce company which began as an almond grower in 1986. In the mid-1990s, Double D Farms started growing organics, reflecting the burgeoning interest of owners Don and Elvia Devine in producing organic products. Devine Organics was the natural result of this focus, and today the Devine Organics division of the company represents all of their organic commodities. With nearly 75 percent of the business now focused on organics, the new company identity reflects this shift. Today, Double D Farms is the brand representing their conventional produce. Whether conventionally or organically grown, you can trust that the highest standards for quality and safety are met to bring your family the freshest produce available.

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Cucumbers, Grapes, Melons, Watermelons, Asparagus, Celery, Blueberries, Broccoli, Corn, Garlic & Kale


California, USA




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Ed and Carol Gudjonson started growing organic garlic in 2003, and have been selling to Discovery since the farm’s earliest days. Choosing organic gave them access to a more lucrative side of the garlic market, and their farm has since expanded to include organic alfalfa, barley, and cattle.

Ed says they are currently trying to focus their meat sales on the local market, promoting community access to healthy local food. In spite of the farm expansion, garlic is still a high priority, and they take it very seriously – Formerly known as Riverview Farm, Gudjonson Farm won the Largest Clove Competition at the Hills Garlic Festival in 2004, and their farm’s high-quality produce is no less deserving of awards today.




Creston, BC




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