The leader in regenerative agriculture.

We are committed to producing our food not just sustainably, but regeneratively. This means restoring critical ecosystems, conserving resources, and nurturing our communities. We’ve established shared priorities and aggressive goals across our portfolio, with the intent to replenish the natural resources we rely on for delicious, healthy food.

What does regenerative agriculture look like?

Continuous Measurement
  • Water, fuel, and energy conservation
  • Supporting natural habitats and beneficial insects
  • Carbon sequestration through living, thriving soils
  • Nourishing employee and community well-being


Explore impact initiatives for each of our crops:


Where We Are

We make strides each year to create positive environmental, economic, and societal impacts through our regenerative model.

Regenerating our Soil


Increase Portfolio-Wide

Supporting pollinators with habitat and responsible chemical use


Increase in total
wild pollinators

Reducing the use of plastics


Recycling / recovery rate in blueberry fresh pack facility


Plastics reduction in table grape secondary packaging since 2018
Where We’re Going

Our model is based on a cycle of goal-setting and continuous measurement to drive our initiatives forward.

As we scale regenerative agriculture, our north star goal is to create a “net positive” food production infrastructure that is zero waste, zero carbon, zero toxic, and zero use of plastics.

Our 2030 goals: