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Meet Our Farmers

Todd Brendlin

Farming Manager
32 Years

Jordan Burt

Potato Manager
3 Years

Nate Cole

Variety Development and Seed Procurement Manager
16 Years

Gerald Davis

22 Years

Austin Downs

Farm Manager
3 years

Steve Groves

Crop Protection Manager, PCA
8 years

Frankie Iturriria

General Manager of Ranch Management
19 Years

Kevin Pascoe

Vice President of Agriculture
27 Years

Kyle Sagaser

Ranch Manager NW
16 Years

Bill Sandrini

Carrot and Onion Program Manager
15 Years

The Farmer Says...

We are located in Bakersfield, California and farm all over the San Joaquin Valley – California’s “food basket of the world.”

No. The sweetness in our juices is all attributed to our fruits and vegetables!

Yes. All Grimmway Farms products are Kosher approved.

Give the juice a good shake, and you’ll be good to go! Separation is a natural process that occurs when insoluble fibers (found in apples , leafy greens, and other produce) sink to the bottom.

Yes! Our bottles are 100% recyclable in an effort to reduce waste and carbon to the earth. You can bring your empty bottle anywhere that accepts P.E.T. #1 plastics.

If kept in a cool refrigerator (41° F or below), True juice should be consumed within 7-10 days.

“Organic” foods are grown and processed using organic means and must meet or exceed the strict standards for organic as defined by the USDA. “Natural,” on the other hand, has become an ubiquitous label that does not have tight regulation or high standards. The lack of regulation makes it difficult for consumers to determine if their product is truly “all natural.”

Certified Organic means that the product has been certified to meet specific standards and regulations set by the National Organic Program and is allowed to display the USDA Organic Seal. To find out specific qualifications, check out their website at

Organic does not automatically mean pesticide or chemical free. It does mean that any product used to fight pests must be derived from natural sources, not synthetically manufactured. The use of any approved product is considered carefully and reviewed carefully prior to application.

We grow our organic produce in a variety of regions across California to ensure ideal growing conditions year round. These regions include the San Joaquin Valley, Antelope Valley, the Central Coast, Cuyama Valley, Coachella, and Imperial Valley.

Because farming fresh vegetables is our passion, we include at least one of our very own vegetable products in each of our True juices – anything from carrots to kale, from spinach to beets. We implement high standards that parallel with USDA standards for growing organic produce and only work with other fruit farmers who uphold those same standards. You can be assured that every fruit and vegetable that goes into our juice is certified organic.