a strawberry in hand (Photo credit: Moondole)
Welcome to SunnyRidge!
You could say we’re a company that is always growing, but go beneath the surface and you will see that it goes ‘beyond the berries’ to a company culture fertile in fresh thinking. We know that the old way of doing things is no longer the only way. Yet we still make timeless family values like honesty and loyalty part of our daily business. Welcome to our world. Where we’re always bringing new ideas to fruition—and to market. Fresh from SunnyRidge Farm.
Sure, we’re growers, packers, shippers and marketers of fresh berries. But we’re also purveyors of reliability, flexibility and fresh thinking. At SunnyRidge Farm, we wear many hats. Including our thinking caps. So we’re always coming up with more reliable ways and flexible options to supply the market.
Because when it comes to our customers, we deliver more than fresh berries. We deliver on our promise of reliable shipments and quality products. Our family owned and operated enterprise includes several working parts. We are growers with company-owned acreage throughout Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and Mexico. We also represent the finest growers from regions throughout North and South America
We are packers and shippers with operating centers in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Arkansas, Michigan, British Columbia, Mexico, Argentina and Chile. Just to name a few. We are marketers representing contracted growers of blueberries, raspberries, strawberries and blackberries throughout the western hemisphere
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