Farmers' Market (FM)

Angela\'s Ranch

16634 Road 30 1/2
Madera, CA 93636
United States

BIPOC and women owned

Chapters
Fresno Tulare

Certification: Crops
Status: New Applicant
Date: 03/28/24

Certification: USDA NOP
Status: New Applicant
Date: 03/28/24

Xiong\'s Farm

9809 Mount Olive Rd.
Decatur, AR 72722
United States

To make organic produce accessible to the community.

Certification: Handling
Status: Surrendered
Date: 09/18/18

Certification: USDA NOP
Status: Surrendered
Date: 09/18/18

Certification: Crops
Status: Surrendered
Date: 09/18/18

Francesca Fresh Produce

5700 Griffin Road
Hughson, CA 95326
United States

Francesca and Vince Cipponeri\'s family has dedicated their lives to farming almonds in the California Central Valley for over 40 years. Francesca and Vince take pride in the fact that they produce some of the highest quality, 100% organic almonds you can find. They also offer organic stone fruit, almond butters, and almond cookies. Francesca promises they bring only what is excellent to the market for their customers, both in quality and freshness. The sweetness of their roasted almonds is absolutely incredible, try them!

Chapters
Big Valley

Certification: Handling
Status: Surrendered
Date: 07/23/20

Certification: Crops
Status: Certified
Date: 06/27/03

Certification: USDA NOP
Status: Certified
Date: 06/27/03

Sweet Tree Farms

306 Oleander Ave.
Bakersfield, CA 93304
United States

We are a California based organic fruit farm founded by Annie Florendo. We sell our organically grown goods at farmer\'s markets all over California. Our mission is to supply California with the best organic and sustainable fruit.

Certification: USDA NOP
Status: Suspended
Date: 05/22/19

Certification: Crops
Status: Suspended
Date: 05/22/19

Mohill Inc. dba Mohill Organic Farms

904 McKinney Rd.
Mount Airy, NC 27030
United States

We are all about eating for health and believe that with wholesome foods we can live a healthy and fulfilling life. As a result, we do not use any form of synthetic fertilizer or any pesticide. Healthy soil is therefore essential to grow nutrient dense food and as a result we work hard to build top soil that will create sustainable cycles on our farm. The soil should be the only source of nutrients for the plants we grow.

Certification: Crops
Status: Denied Certification
Date: 10/09/18

Certification: USDA NOP
Status: Denied Certification
Date: 10/09/18