Because we’re all in this together.
Ever since Oregon Fruit was born in Salem, we’ve proudly stayed put. We live, work, and raise our families here, supporting our local and national organizations that serve our community. Like Feast Portland and Urban Gleaners. Local missions and soup kitchens. The Marion Polk Food Share Program, the Oregon Food Bank, and CanStruction. Our families are connected to each other—we’ve been that way since the start.
When it was time to move, we knew we wanted to stay here.
We’re also part of the Salem business community, hiring locally and supporting the families here. When we outgrew our old processing facility, we knew we wanted to stay in Salem and retain jobs. The Salem Urban Renewal Agency helped fund the move to our new facility in southeast Salem. We moved in October 2018, and we couldn’t be more thrilled with staying here. Local is who we are, who we were, and who we plan to be.
Plus, keeping farms healthy is just good business.
Our way of caring for the world starts by taking care of our lands. All our farmers have completed USDA Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) program and certifications. Many have cultivated the same land for generations, possible only by practicing environmentally responsible farming. If their land is healthy, their farms are healthy. So is our business, and so is our fruit. We’re all in this together.
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