Our goal at Wholesum Harvest is to hand off our farms in better condition than we found them to the next generation of growers. That’s why we invest in the latest advances in sustainable organic-growing technology.


  • Ability to control humidity and temperature for ideal growing conditions
  • Using controlled environment barriers — like screens, plastics and glass — to keep out pests, bugs and other bad things
  • Water recycling and efficiencies — water is recycled three times and averages 40 percent recirculation
  • All organic-certified fields and industry-leading container-growing technology
  • In 2012, 34 percent of the electricity we consumed was produced by photovoltaic solar cells
  • A comprehensive, responsible approach to growing and a holistic, ecological and ethical approach to farming


These practices are just the beginning. We’re always looking for innovative ways to reduce our impact on the environment.


Partner Growers

To ensure year-round availability, we partner with other family-owned and operated organic growers that span from California to Central Mexico.


Our partners must meet our high standards of certified organic growing, corporate responsibility and fair labor. As successful growers, we know strength in agriculture comes from working with other socially conscious family farms and helping them grow — we’ll even assist them with achieving Fair Trade certification.

Organic growing at its best in the U.S. & Mexico.

Wholesum Farms Arizona (Amado, AZ)

40 miles south of Tucson

  • Tomatoes on the vine
  • Beefsteak tomatoes

How it’s grown

  • Under glass (high tech): 18 acres
  • Open field: 3 acres


Wholesum Farms Sonora (Imuris, Sonora)

30 miles south of the border

  • Tomatoes on the vine
  • Beefsteak tomatoes
  • Cherry tomatoes on the vine
  • Long English cucumbers
  • Eggplant
  • Squash

How it’s grown

  • Under glass (high tech): 42.5 acres
  • Plastic: 15 acres
  • Shade: 7.5 acres
  • Open field: 30 acres


Wholesum Farms Pacific (Culiacán, Sinaloa)

600 miles south of the border

  • Tomatoes on the vine
  • Beefsteak tomatoes
  • Roma tomatoes
  • Red bell peppers
  • Eggplant
  • Squash

How it’s grown

  • Plastic: 36 acres
  • Shade: 162 acres
  • Open field: 292 acres





  • Greenhouse: 60 acres
  • Protected: 221 acres
  • Open field: 325 acres

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