Apr 29, 2022
Naturipe’s California strawberry supply hits peak production

California strawberries are in peak production with the high-quality and flavorful berries consumers expect from Naturipe. Peak volumes are starting now and expected to last through June.

This season, Naturipe Farms is set to have its highest volumes of strawberries, as all California regions are in full production. Oxnard, Santa Maria, and Watsonville-Salinas are producing at peak volumes with great quality and supplies.

“We have a mix of proprietary and U.C. varieties to bring our customers the best of both worlds,” a Naturipe news release stated.

“This year’s California strawberry crop is peaking just in time for National Strawberry Month. We are seeing great quality and delicious flavor on these sweet and juicy berries. We are thrilled to be offering strong promotable volumes heading into May,” said Jerry Moran, vice president of sales for Naturipe.

The impressive sizing of these berries is perfect for packing into special packs like our 2#, 3#, and 4# packs. Additionally, a plentiful supply of long-stem strawberries comes just in time for Mother’s Day, which is right around the corner! Whether you’re adding them to your salads, making sweet desserts, or eating them on their own, Naturipe has you covered with delicious berries all summer long.

Naturipe is a farmer-owned producer and marketer of premium berries and avocados that has been an industry leader for more than 100 years producing healthy, deliciously fresh, frozen and value-added products.




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