Braga Fresh Adds Five Products to Josie’s Organics Line
January 19th, 2016
Braga Fresh Family Farms has added green and red dandelions, Easter egg radishes, fennel and leeks to its line of premium-quality, USDA-certified organic produce—Josie’s Organics.
New Josie’s Organics products are available immediately. To place an order, call (831) 678-3835 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
With five new products, the Josie’s Organics line has expanded to 29 varieties of fresh vegetables including cauliflower, broccoli, sweet baby broccoli, celery, chard, collards, kale, beets, cilantro, parsley, radishes, romaine hearts, iceberg, green leaf, red leaf, and more—new products are always in trial.
Retailer demand for Josie’s Organics has continued to increase since Braga Fresh launched the brand a little more than two years ago. A vertically-integrated grower-shipper, Braga Fresh is well-positioned to meet retailer needs as well as keep pace with consumer trends.
“Demand for organic produce continues to soar; at the end of Q3 2015 global sales were heading for the $1 billion mark, as cited by the United Fresh Produce Association. We’re doing our part by expanding our premium quality line of organic produce,” said Peter Cling, vice president of sales at Braga Fresh. “Our third-generation family farm has been growing organically for 20 years, and has the organic land base, control and flexibility that allows us to continue meeting market demand.”
Josie’s Organics can be found in most Whole Foods, Central Market, Kroger, HEB, Meijer, Save Mart and Wegman’s locations throughout the U.S., as well as in many other grocery stores and supermarkets.
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- See What’s New with Braga Fresh at PMA Booth #1029B September 30, 2016
- Braga Fresh Introduces Two New Josie’s Organics Chopped Salads September 5, 2016
- Come to West Coast Produce Expo Booth #213 May 10, 2016
- Braga Fresh Receives “Produce Trailblazer Award” for Excellence in Sustainability April 14, 2016